i bought most of her clothes in peru and bolivia (bottom shelf). to my surprise, they had the tiniest clothes, even too small for skin babies. they have a festival of 'small' and they make everything small. so i bought everything in the colors i liked, including hats & other headgear which she never wears.
the top shelf are typical peruvian clothes, custom made for canaille. i was lucky to meet a wonderful, talented and non-judgemental seamstress
she had never sown for a dog before. we became good friends.
as time goes by, i am deleting a lot of my stuff to make room for canaille's. it makes for more interesting cupboards
suzanne, how come you went to peru? my mom was born there. she left when she was 16yrs old now she's 55 yrs old. and i asked her about the small festival, but i dont think she understood my question. LOL. language barrier!! lol...she's not bad, she was like "of course these festivals have small things".
well let me tell you, i love the new closet. it's so much easier and fun to pick & chose.
i originally wanted to go to bali but 3 months into my research, i found out i could not take a dog there so that was the end of bali
my friend, joel's dad, was going to peru so i decided to tag along. we had a great time. that festival of 'small' takes place in may but obviously they sell small stuff all year round, in markets and arts&crafts shops. at those prices
i did not hold back.
2 years ago, we were in florida (WPB) and i did buy a nice wool sweater for canaille at Macy's. we were freezing - not all the time, just long enough to give me an excuse to buy her the sweater