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Saturday, for me, is the busiest day of Viva Las Vegas. There are hundreds of vendors, cars, and shows to see. This is also the day that I wearing a minimum of three outfits.
Our Saturday started early with a wonderful limo ride over to The Orleans.
|Tre in her lovely handmade Tiki dress|
The line into the car show/vendor booths was very fast moving which was great for us as we didn't want to miss out on any good deals. While we were waiting though, this lovely woman walked by in what I think may be the best hat and dress combo I have seen in a very long time.
|I want a shell shaped hat now.|
We did a little shopping and headed over to look as some cars before it got too hot; the car show is after all in a large open, cement parking lot.
It soon got unbearable hot for me, so Tre and I headed over to relax at the pool.
I quickly slipped into a much needed nap and when I awoke the couples swimsuit contest had just started. The two ladies hosting it were catty in a hilarious way; they had me laughing the entire contest.
|I absolutely loved this gals look. The hair, the flowers, and the amazing suit!|
|The winners! They really deserved it.|
As we were leaving the pool to head back to the car show and to see Little Richard, we ran into the oh so fabulous, tall, gorgeous, and sweet Incendiary Blonde. Every time I saw her over the weekend (which was never enough), she looked stunning!
|I am standing on a ledge that gave me an extra four or five inches and I'm still|
shorter than Incendiary Blonde.
Back at the car show...
|Proving funny is often better than sexy.|
We finally ate lunch around 5:30 p.m. and Tre decided to head back to get ready for the night. She left me to watch Little Richard with our lovely Denver friends.
After a few dances we decided to head back to get ready for The Cleftones and Si Cranstoun!!!
I was beyond lucky to score the dress below from Doris May Day right before leaving for VLV 16. It was truly worth every single penny and could possibly be my new favorite dress. As far as my hair goes, I had to make lemonade from lemons. My hair set for the car show had been so tight that when I brushed it out, it became an uncontrollable mess. The only thing that it would do with any style and grace was a faux bob. I should have known better than to brush out a tight set.
The faux bob worked to my advantage though because the ballroom on Saturday nights is unbearably hot and I had long sleeves.
First up was The Cleftones and they were amazing!
The next set was the much anticipated Si Cranstoun and he was even better than last year!
Incendiary Blonde and I had chatted before the start of VLV and decided to both wear our green lurex dresses on Saturday night. As lucky would have it, I ran into her on my way back to the room to change into my Freddies of Pinewood top and NKD jeans for the late night record hop.
We danced at the record hop until about 4:00 a.m. and decided to call it a night.