Casino Couture - 1960's Las Vegas Comes to Nashville

I love Las Vegas.  And I'm not talking about the Disney-fied, fun for the whole family Vegas of today.  I'm talking about the glamorous and decadent Vegas of the 1960's.  The Vegas where you went to see the Rat Pack at the Sands, played Baccarat at the Sahara, saw newcomers like Barbra Streisand at Caesar's Palace and most definitely left the kiddos at home.  
This Friday, September 24 is your chance to experience the glamor of 1960's Vegas right here in Nashville at Casino Couture at the Gaylord Springs Golf Club.  Sharpen up those gaming skills as you'll be able to play poker, blackjack and roulette all while enjoying 60's era cocktails and other treats.  
Casino Couture is presented by the Little Black Dress Club and is a benefit for the Mary Parrish Center, a therapeutic residential community for women and children affected by domestic violence.  

Purchase your tickets online at  Use the code "Stella" to get $10 off!
Mizzie and I are already on the hunt for the perfect vintage dresses for the occasion and we can't wait to see all the Vegas-inspired attire.  We'll be taking photos all evening and looking for the best interpretations of the era.  Channel your inner Audrey Hepburn, Julie Christie or Elizabeth Taylor and let's hit the town.  Vegas, baby, Vegas!