HOT SHOTS: 'Breakfast at Tiffany's' party
Erik Jacobs for the Boston Globe
Bonnie Steyer of Cambridge did her best Holly Golightly before the screening. She wore a tiara from the kindergarten class she teaches, a chopstick for a cigarette, her late Aunt Gert's pearls from the 1920s, and a pair of sunglasses she already owned.
Cost to create her outfit? "Zero dollars," Steyer said. "I already had everything."