This is the thinly plotted story of a young, working-class couple, Barbara Stanwyck and Gene Raymond, who separate after she begins to spend much more than he earns. She latches onto Robert Young, a rich man who can provide her with the stylish clothes she desires, and jilted husband
Raymond plans to forget his dilemma by running off to South America. Stanwyck realizes that her true love is Raymond and not fashion, so she returns to her husband before he has time to depart. The two settle down again, and Stanwyck keeps a careful eye on her spending. Run-of-the-mill comedy
accentuated by some naturalistic, witty dialog between the delightful Stanwyck and the sadly h...