As the title suggests I've noticed quite a lot of cat themed clothes and accessories in magazines lately. I especially took notice of all the cat eared hats in gal mags for fall/winter in many different styles from beanies to bowlers.
I wanted to buy one but I wasn't sure which style would look best on me and I'm not too keen on the idea of having an overabundance of cat eared hats. So I finally decided on the beret version.
It seemed the most grown up because y'know...mature grown women love to wear cat ears and stuff! XD
I also bought the Chococat dress from Forever21 a little while back and I thought the cat eared beret would compliment it nicely. So I put together this cat themed outfit. I actually got these both late last month but I just now got around to wearing either of them.
I know MURUA sells this style and Galstar too but mine is just the ebay version. It's well made though and very comfortable. I feel like mine more closely resembles the MURUA version. It's made of wool, so it's very hard to keep lint off of it though!
|Galstar's Nekomimi beret.|
Shirts and sweaters with cat faces on them seem pretty popular too but I'm just not into them...I owned enough of those in the 90's lol.
On another note, I bought this gorgeous pendant from Julie Alberti on Etsy.
It's a little Buster Keaton face! I love it so much! It's made of porcelain and you can chose from different paint detail. I originally wanted style A but it was sold out so I chose style B from a new batch.
Her work is so beautiful! She also does prints and ceramic figures, including a stunning Peter Lorre ball jointed doll that I wish I could afford lol, very talented. I only wish she did other silent film star pendants, I'd definitely want to collect them all. I bet Charlie Chaplin, Harold Lloyd, Clara Bow and Louise Brooks' faces would look so great in this style since they all have such iconic faces.
I know not many (if any) of my followers on this blog are into silent films or their stars but I just had gush over this pendant and the incredibly talented girl that made it. Also...I've been having a little Buster Keaton marathon all last week so it seemed like a good time to make this purchase as an early Christmas gift to myself. See you in the next post.