There's MORE to the Max Factor Museum in Hollywood than Marilyn Monroe's Make Up collection. There are several rooms with featured actresses. Joan Crawford, Lucille Ball, Judy Garland, Lana Turner and Rita Hayworth. AND! Max Factor's make up cases are on display.
Tickets are $15 and there are three levels to the self guidedtour. I recommend this museum! It's wonderfully glamorous.
Putting WW2 military outfits together is another challenge. This olive green shirt is paired with a faux suede tan skirt and brown neck tie.
Peggy has two different zip-front leather jackets. One with a belted waist, the other with a Sherpa collar.
Women in WW2 military wore flat loafer shoes, heeled loafers and boots. Here are a pair of chocolate brown suede, round-toed pumps and a pair of brown suede boots. Either of these could work depending on where Peggy is: pumps for office and meetings. Boots for outdoors, especially in colder weather.
One of my priorities while in Los Angeles, was to visit to the Max Factor Museum, to see Marilyn's Makeup collection and table.
As soon as you walk in, the TV is playing footage of Marilyn singing to the troops in Korea.
The glass case is loaded with photos, and Marilyn's accessories.
I also took a photo of her Hollywood Star.
The stores are full of Disney Frozen II merchandise, at JCP Disney's Boutique you can BOGO 40% off toys, apparel and accessories.
You can watch the VIDEO of my in store visit!
Growing up in Los Angeles in the 70s/80s we visited Disneyland on a regular basis and often after school, before "Annual Passes".