Lovely leading lady Dee plays a debutante whose mother, naturally, wants her to marry wealth, but she is in love with Raymond, a violinist in a jazz band. On the night of her debut into society her social adviser sees to it that she is swamped with dancing partners, incurring the wrath of
Raymond. Both get angry with each other and out of pique Dee marries money in the form of a suitor, Green, who is noted for his bouts with drunkenness. All works out in the end, when Green agrees to an annulment and handsome Raymond wins Dee's hand again. The film features the American screen
debut of Bruce, who plays a Scottish butler.