I’m pretty sure that’s the last post before I return from Dublin (I’m flying there Thursday evening), so enjoy!
The inspiration comes (of course) from a little Miss Liddell. I do like the blonde beauties in the puffy blue dresses as well, but the real Alice is the real Alice, and always will be. Somehow the Victorian beauty and darkness are more appealing to me than Disney sweetness.
Introducing one of my favourite pairs of shoes and the wonderful pin with a hare (March Hare?)bought in one of the Outdoor Stores during my trip to Highlands.They had a whole collection of these pins and I couldn’t decide at all but then I was forced to make a decision by other people not being eager to wait for me. But they had pins with every forest, meadow or house animal you could think of. Next time Iam somewhere in Highlands, I want another pin.
And the pink psychodelic rabbit was found in a secondhand shop by my grandma (yes, the very same one from the pictures)who thought I could like it. Everyone was sure I would hate it because it was ‘hideous, stupid and tacky’ according to them. Well, I guess hideous, stupid and tacky is good enough for me as I loved it.I think it’s a best toy rabbit in the world – just as disturbing as the story of ‘Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland’.