Wearable Wednesday ADEAM


Look into the swirling pattern effect of my Bewbs. You are getting very sleepy- you are in a deeply relaxed state. You will buy anything Vogue tells you to…….

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You even want to buy a dress with a giant oven mitt shrinky-dinked to it.

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Your mind will become open to new concepts- like capelet blouses! They will make total sense to you!

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You will give me this coat and shirty business- but keep the satyr clogs for yourself. Seriously, I want you to have them.

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You will not realize that she is trying to steal your grandmothers drapes…..

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When I count to 3 you will awake refreshed and have no idea that you now possess a tail.

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29 thoughts on “Wearable Wednesday ADEAM

  1. Are those shoes the latest in the Crocs line? Is the model in the caplet blouse also wearing culottes? Actually I don’t mind the fabrics, even grandma’s curtains but the plastic oven glove has me baffled…maybe the designer might change his/her name to A-Dream instead?

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  2. Marsha says:

    With Thanksgiving coming up, that oven mitt dress could come in handy. It’s also probably safer to wear over open flame than my traditional garb of flannel jammies. Of course, it will be less exciting without the traditional episode involving a fire extinguisher.

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  3. sewbussted says:

    The oven mitt is truly the laugh of the day!!! What fun! Maybe we should all think of creative ways to incorporate the design of the oven mitt into our wardrobes πŸ˜‰

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  4. Oooo! I want some of the optical illusion stripe fabric – both colors. Also, a few yards each of the capelet blouse fabric and the culotte fabric, the latter for a normal, plain, boring skirt.

    It’s always all about the fabric – saving innocent fabrics from psychotic designers.

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  5. I actually like them, except for the oven mitt one. 1 and 5 are the same, but different colours. I prefer 1. The swirly effect wouldn’t be too good after a glass or two of vino though. Potential in this collection!

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