Juno is as homey as a cat can ever be, so we thought we could play to be her nemesis and take a few pictures channeling stray cats.
Next to our home there is a new public nursery school which still has its playground being in construction, it became the first location in mind for the pictures. Kids and cats go well together (right?), then add some extra fun with lots of sand and knick-knacks to investigate; I guess there can be worse places for two playful stray cats.
We outfitted ourselves with all the cat related clothes we have and went for the adventure. Although I previoulsy thought that I have too much cat related stuff already (two headbands & one necklace are not featured in the pictures) it turns out I was over estimating my closet and I think a few more pieces will make no harm (I’m thinking about a cat patterned dress like this one). We’ll see what comes from this discovery!
And with this post we finish catweek. Hope you enjoyed them, we sure had a great time cat chatting with you!
Wo!!!! Green monster!
Dani was very persistent to take a picture next to the tow truck, guys admire machines no doubt :)
Here is a close-up of the cats skirt I bought two years ago at Vamos Apparel Etsy store. It was a custom order so I was able to send my exact waist measurements, love the fit and shape.
Is the pig smiling back at me?
My kitty flats, in fact these are my versatile kitty flats from Zara. I am so afraid of the real thing to ruin (I got a vintage Charlotte Olympia for a steal at Japan) that I bought this pair to act as a copy cat.
Look! Dani got the green “ugly” christmas sweater from Santa!
I needed more cats in the outfit, so I added the Japanese bowler hat.
A cute guy! And yes, Dani is also looking nice in here ;)
The cat-batman necklace is a subtle detail but finishes my all-cat attire.
Wait! My cat tattoo is what finishes the outfit. I’m wearing tattoo tights that are from a thin material so the motif can look like a real tattoo. I bought them in Japan which were such in trend!