navy cashmere sweater with strange intarsia orange-red beaky bird, skinny legs. Bird's legs, not mine.
navy silk blouse with little hens
white cotton shirt with ladybugs - bugs are different shades of red and pink.
green tee with rhino (seasonal)
gray tee with herd of deer (probably seasonal)
black tee with white rabbits (sort of seasonal)I was inspired to go through this exercise because I found myself thinking about the socks that got away - they were navy and had little white hens on them, reddish berets and all. Who wouldn't want them? By the time I decided I did, they were gone. it was suggested that I had hallucinated the socks, which is really terrible. Imagine hallucinating socks when you could hallucinate Ryan Gosling at the next table. Well, anyway, I saw them the other day on someone who'd moved faster then I did, and did they look awful. Who knew socks can pill? So to all of you out there who are waiting for those socks to pop back on a website or turn up at a warehouse sale, relax. You haven't missed anything.
Anyway, you would think I don't need any more fauna-bearing clothing. That's what I thought, too.
And then it started to rain as I was walking past Anthropologie.
Well, even little hedgehogs can hold me in thrall.
As it happened, even though the sweater was in a window, it took three tries to find a salesperson who could grasp the concept that I had seen a sweater in a window of this store and wanted to buy one just like it. This is why I shop on the web - until that gets frustrating and then I go into stores. Oh, some people are just not meant to have an easy life.
Do you have an inexplicable attraction to something that has no role in your real life?
Details: comes in sizes xs, s, m and l, label says 100% cotton.