I can’t get by Easter without watching 1948 classic, Easter Parade every year. This year it was the sound track to my preparations in hosting my very first family holiday affair (which, by the way was a delightful success). I find myself window shopping at anthropologie.com every couple of days. Turns out, I find it less tempting to spend money when shopping on-line than in person, which is good. Having recently watched my favorite Easter movie, I was reminded of a dress worn by Ann Miller during a dance number with Fred Astaire when I saw THESE draperies. I imagine these red and white, dip-dyed curtains would float dreamily by the breeze of an open window just like Ann Miller’s dress which seamed to float across the dance floor. Further proving my point that film is a direct influence on pop-culture and my own taste, these curtains seem to be an exact replica of the dress. Most buyers of these draperies will not be made by those who have seen this delightful film, but, I don’t believe anyone would argue that they give a certain vibe of 1940‘s hollywood glam.