I Like Pretty Clothes

And they like me too, I'm sure of it

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ilikeprettyclothes:

A quick lesson for a Saturday afternoon …

Cheetah print is on the left, Leopard print is on the right. They are different and not interchangeable.

The end.

I feel this needs to be reposted every once in a while. To make sure people - especially people who make clothing in either of these prints - learn the difference.

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bettylebonbon:

The best thing about this lovely aqua fabric isn’t even the dainty little turds covering it - it’s the fact that someone has already ordered a skirt in it! $99 plus post, email bettylebonbon@gmail.com to order!

I’ll admit it, it was me! It will be the go-to piece in my wardrobe when I want to passive aggressively tell someone their event is shitty, or that I’m feeling shitty, or when I just know it’s going to be a shitty day. lol There are a crap load of puns that come with this skirt!

bettylebonbon:

The best thing about this lovely aqua fabric isn’t even the dainty little turds covering it - it’s the fact that someone has already ordered a skirt in it! $99 plus post, email bettylebonbon@gmail.com to order!

I’ll admit it, it was me! It will be the go-to piece in my wardrobe when I want to passive aggressively tell someone their event is shitty, or that I’m feeling shitty, or when I just know it’s going to be a shitty day. lol There are a crap load of puns that come with this skirt!

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2012andmit asked: Hi I am loving the Honey Lamour skirt. I have never heard of them. Would you mind telling us a bit about them. How do they compare to Betty Lebonbon?

Honey L’Amour is a New Zealand designer of ‘rockabilly fashion’: http://www.honeylamour.com.

The skirt I have is the bottom half of a two piece outfit - I will wear it with the adorable top that matches it as soon as it is warm enough to do so. Here is a picture of the full outfit on my friend, Miss Victory Violet.

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You can’t compare Honey L’Amour to Betty Le Bonbon because they do different things (within the same realm, admittedly) - Honey L’Amour seems to release a full collection each year/season, whereas Betty Le Bonbon offers made-to-order, customisable skirts and dresses. But both are great and I fully recommend them. I for one enjoy supporting small businesses whenever I can.

(Although I must admit that I bought my Honey L’Amour outfit secondhand from a friend, I would totally get more of her stuff since the quality and fit are fantastic.)

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