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Archive for the clothing Category
Posted by proxy from Dana’s “stuff to blog” queue while she is on medical hiatus. She reads and appreciates all comments…and apologizes for not being able to respond at the moment.
For you ladies and dapper gents who wish to sport such frilly finery while driven by culinary pursuits, Suburban50s has got you “covered!”
Faith April’s designs stem from memories of her grandmother, who wore aprons to protect her dresses. She likes to incorporate Mexican, Rockabilly and Retro themes. She has over 90 to choose.
This little Proxy Poster had too many favourite selections to whittle down, but you can check them all out at:
Pinterest inspired me to do a search for dancing skeleton shirts. I do believe my wardrobe should contain one to display my enthusiasm for the Halloween season (though I’d wear it all year).
Here are some I came across…
Love this one…but $282 for a T-shirt?
Do you like any of these?
If you hadn’t guessed, I’m not a huge wearer of bright colors (it happens, but it’s usually somehow layered with dark things)…however, these bat & flower silk scarves by Klaus Haapaniemi are wonderful:
I’ve always loved the idea of half-hidden darkness or unconventionality. An unsuspecting onlooker would have to look closely to see the bats…but I’d know they’re there.
There are also spider patterns for the arachnid-inclined.
These are giving me craft ideas. I bet some fantastic embroidery creations could emerge with the mingling of bats and flowers.
I am a card-carrying Mystery Science Theater 3000 geek (I must be, to have started a club). Here are a few of my favorite MST3K creations on Cafe Press.
And there were a number of items dedicated to one of my all time favorite characters: ZAP ROWSDOWER
And for the no-nonsense Rowsdower fans, we have the shirt, the sticker and the magnet.
My apologies to those who are unfamiliar with the show. I promise my next post will have more mass appeal (well, for my regular readers anyway).