Pattern: I started out with a Simplicity pattern---a standard go-go dress that doubles as three other costumes--but scrapped it after modifying it beyond its use.
Fabric: Orange stretch knit, slightly ribbed. I had some trouble finding a fabric that had a nice stretch AND was the right shade of orange. I actually bought some really cheesy polyester (like the kind old leisure suits are made of:) and tried to dye it with idye poly, but to no avail. After exercising patience, I finally found what I needed! The yellow band is a cotton jersey. The arrow is made of fun fur--mine looks a little less shaggy than the original, but oh, well. It was inexpensive, and may shag itself up in time, no pun intended.
Stockings: The opaque yellow knee-highs were found at we love colors, which is a great online store for hosiery. I also wear Danskin flesh-toned dance hosiery. As for the unmentionables (the skirt is quite short), I was sure to order a pair of yellow cheerleader Spankies. Just in case;)
Shoes: You only see her shoes in the distance shots as Austin is pulling up to the club, and from what I can make out, they are orange gogo half-boots. It would have been so much easier if they had been knee-high (they are so easy to find on ebay), but, again, I held out and finally found some gently worn tan suede boots at Goodwill. Super comfy and well made. Plus, the heel height is just high enough without being too high. I painted them orange...voila!
Earrings: I was able to zoom in and get a fairly decent look at her hoops, which look to be orange and fushia beads. All I did was thread larger glass beads onto jewelry wire, then clasp them to ear hooks.
Handbag: It looks as though it may be a frame or 'envelope' bag in yellow patent...again, this is a 'blink and you miss it' costume, so up close details are zilch. I will be keeping my eyes open for something similar.
Here is the finished dress...solo, and with the shagadelic Austin Powers group, who performed at the Dragon Con 2011 Masquerade!