If you tilt your head sideways it looks like the ball is moving.. or you can just push it 😸🐾 What’s your favourite toy??
We’re moving! Best part is the boxes and packing paper! 📦
p.s. look and my stripes in the front and spots in the back!
Also I’m not this chubby, my mouse pouch is just laying all on one side 😸🙌🏽
Introducing Archie, the baby boy bengal who pees in the toilet ❤️
When you get caught eating cardboard.....👀
Consumerism at its finest
What a wonderful first year of my life this has been! We’re so grateful to have made friends with all of you and we hope to make many more in the New Year!
This gal is goals lying on the radiator, not giving af...
(Yes, that is a cat bed below her...)
#caturday #coolas #chilling
Our beautiful JEAN VARON spotted Louise dress sold to beautiful Deane yesterday. She flounced about and looked utterly superb; it suited her to a tee. She's wearing it today I believe. I'm still unpacking the pieces from my last European trip and Louise here was one of my most special purchases from London; one for the serious collectors. What a piece, she was made from the most glorious cotton Swiss voile which is like a gauze. Heart shaped red buttons adorn the front panel vertical stripe on the bodice. JEAN VARON is one of my favourite British collectible labels, his designs are unique and unfailingly a wonder to behold; they start generally at around the $1000 mark and go up to $4,000. Much like the Biba and Ossie Clark collectible genres. The older I get, the more collectible, historically significant vintage fashion houses fascinate me. John Bates started the Jean Varon label in 1960 and his pieces are now very highly sort after. All of his pieces in my own collection are astonishingly lovely. I wore one for a Cosmo shoot a few years ago. He did his apprenticeship with London couturier Herbert Sidon in the late 1950s. “I called it Jean Varon because at the time an English name like John Bates meant nothing; you had to appear to be French." A George Elliot of the fashion world. He's regarded as the true inventor of the mini skirt and his garments were highly innovative winning him the ‘Dress of The Year’ title in 1965. He is now working as an artist much like our own Prue Acton. She has divine voluminous sheer sleeves and stripes trim the neckline and the cuffs with two separated tiers of edged flowy amazing spotted cotton! She is to die for, in excellent condition and $1200 at Dolly Up. #designervintage #wearyourart #collectiblevintage #swissvoile #purecotton #jeanvaron #epicvintage #londonvintage #1960
's #beautifuldress #heartbuttons #stripesandspots #sold #soldatdollyup