What do you wear to a Great Gatsby party?

Here’s a great suggestion for everyone.

The Dapper Denim Dress, designed by Kim Phan (a San Francisco designer whose line is also available at Vogue Magazine). Dapper Denim is going for a fun, vintage-inspired vibe with these slim-cut denim jeans. They were meant to be worn with an understated jacket and a tie. I love that Kim Phan wanted to pay homage to the past. And it works. I’m not sure it pays any special homage, but it comes with the retro.

Gatsby Tribute T-shirt. This is a T-shirt that looks very similar to the one worn on Jimmy Buffett’s album, Jimmy Buffett, the one sung by his late wife, Toni.

The perfect match? A Jimmy Buffett shirt to a Gatsby dress by Kim Phan. What are your choices? And where do you think you should be wearing yours?

More from The Daily Dish:

The man wanted for a deadly New Year’s Eve attack on an Istanbul nightclub is apparently a notorious drug dealer who once worked in the Russian mafia.

Police in Turkey have arrested a 28-year-old Uzbek citizen on suspicion of committing a deadly night club attack last year in the capital city, adding to growing concerns about police and judiciary lapses.

It is alleged that the perpetrator of the attack was known in Russian mafia circles.

He was captured in southern Turkey on a motorcycle and taken to an undisclosed location at about 07:00 local time on Monday. The Uzbek was taken in by police on suspicion of being involved in a shooting spree in the capital on New Year’s Eve, in which nine people were injured.

The incident came just a day after the resignation of Istanbul’s director of police and director of public security. The resignations came after clashes with pro-Kurdish riot police who attacked the pro-Kurdish People’s Democratic Party (HDP) offices in the center of the city.

The shootings reportedly erupted on New Year’s Eve in what was initially claimed to be an attack outside the city’s central Ataturk Airport. The Istanbul governor’s office confirmed that it was not an attack but a protest. The HDP released a statement calling the police department responsible for the Istanbul event an “institution.”

HDP head Selahattin Demirtas has strongly criticized the police department’s handling of the incident saying that this indicates it failed to properly protect its citizens.