I've been watching old movies to see the fashions.
Movie: 4 (on a scale of -10 to 10). A man is wrongfully convicted of murder, and his wife and the victim's husband team up and make a lounge singer/pianist act to clear his name. It has a stronger start than The Blue Dahlia, but the ending is incredibly lame. It's interesting to see movies from the past that are basically fantasy wish fulfillment vehicles-- a housewife becomes a sexy lounge singer working with a desirable (?) man while still retaining her wifely virtue!
Clothes: 4 (on a scale of 1 to 10). The murder victim, also a lounge singer, has some nice eveningwear at the beginning. The housewife wears really frumpy clothes at the start of the movie, but has some good stuff once she becomes a lounge singer. Still, nothing really stood out in my mind.
In short: It wasn't bad, but it wasn't really memorable. There are better choices in this category.