There's always been a romantic pull to the famous gangsters and criminals who fall into myth and legend, despite their nefarious ways, especially the infamous Bonnie Parker, of Bonnie and Clyde fame. But of course it took the undeniable style of Faye Dunaway in the 1967 film of the same name to make Bonnie such a stylish girl gone bad.  

The lovely Dunaway Inspired a proper shakedown of the Jaunty Wardrobe, to come up with an outfit that's as pretty on either side of the law! Some of the items include a sparkly black knit vest and grey herringbone slacks from Express, a colorful turtleneck from Macys, and a bold floral printed trench from Target. Accessories are a mix of vintage and gifts, and the plaid fabric pumps are from Nine West. While Bonnie Parker didn't wear a sparkly vest nor a bold trench, I'm sure she would appreciate wearing them on her next crime spree, no?  

Jaunty Fine Print:  image of Faye Dunaway from IMDB and wardrobe photos by Denise Sakaki

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