i adopted it this weekend
it was the stains that convinced me
I’m a sucker for baby clothes from the Gap. But I miss dresses like this, or hand-smocked masterpieces. I think you did a good thing bringing this dress home.
thank you, sugar. once i spied those stains, i simply could not leave it there, stuck away in the corner.
I can taste the frozen confection that melted down the front..
You rescue the best things~
i’m definitely in rescue mode. at least this dress and the other things (i still have one to show you) don’t eat or require litter . . .
What a perfect reason…
thank you for understanding.
Oh, my. What that dress has seen. Love this. And, of course, its new owner.
it is a storied dress, isn’t it? not much life in terms of chronological time, but still a lot of life was lived in this dress, me thinks.
I love the infinite possibilities of this post and this picture.
thank you, sugar.
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