Pauline de Rothschild dedicated her book, The Irrational Journey, to her friend Diana Vreeland. The dedication said, "You held two keys, discipline and wisdom. They gave you a vision. Of the real, of the unreal, of the unreality waiting somewhere in the wings to be made real."
Vogue in the 1960s under Diana Vreeland was a place of dreams: real and imagined. That is the fun of fashion; you can slip on a pale beige mink, wear beige knickers by Donald Brooks, brocaded sashes by Calderon and a Dynel hairpiece and suddenly you are on Diana Vreeland's high speed train from Kyoto to Tokyo looking like the beautiful Versuhka with a cup of green tea.
This early Kenneth Jay Lane Mughal style bracelet from the 1960s in an apricot enamel with green stones could have been sprung from the imagination of Diana Vreeland.
Why don't you wear it with...
an apricot colored caftan from Oscar de la Renta from the 1990s (or something similar as this piece has already sold.)