Monday, August 10, 2009

Fall Fashion Preview

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We're predicting Stripey Scarves will be a HUGE hit this fall fashion season.

18 comments:

  1. Looks like a boa to me. Who knew boas would be back in this much more fabulous form!

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  2. Awww!

    Of course the Fortunatos know fashion. They just got back from a trip to the Milan "cat-walks" for the fall fashion preview!

    Animal prints are always in style. ;)

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  3. I totally want a stripey scarf!

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  4. A purry, soft, loving stripey scarf, please!!

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  5. They are all the rage! Particularly when a Fortunato is attached!

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  6. Well gooodness, let me know where I can get that!

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  7. Be warned, though. Many of the new Stripey Scarves also come with the Very Sharp attachments.

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  8. Those two are just too cute

    Did you find homes for them ?

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  9. Stripey scarves will totally be a hit! At least for cats....

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  10. Hurray for fuzzy stripey scarves!
    Imagine a Butterbean scarf on the boys....

    Though they might disappear from view in one of those

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  11. ah, now that has to be one of the cutest pictures I have ever seen!!

    :)

    Cheers!

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  12. I want a stripey scarf! AWW!

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  13. I've now realized that I absolutely *need* a stripey scarf this fall.

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  14. Not only do I love the Stripey Scarf, I also think the doggie print blankie they're napping on is adorable too.

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  15. A stripey boa is THE latest thing! Good job, kitties!

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  16. long skinny stripey fuzzy scarves! i will be needing several.
    this is the most OMG cute photo! looks how happy the little siameezzie kitty looks! who is that ? i cant keep them straight any more.

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  17. Cute! Did Luigi and Domineck find a home?

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  18. Fabulous, dahling! You are such a trend setter!

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