Domino's really upped her game this time. She's gone vintage!
Domino's wearing a 1920's era orange-and-bejewelled feather skull cap. She has paired this with a silver lavaliere necklace with scroll-patterned pendant and coral-coloured gems. Her dainty bracelet is comprised of complementary coral and gold beads.
And what a fantastic handbag she has found! Although it has that vintage feel, it is a modern-day Gucci creation in tan leather with embroidered floral appliques in colours that meld well with the rest of her ensemble.
Actually Domino is ahead of her time, as the '20s are coming around again in just a little over three years from now! What was old is new once more. I wouldn't be surprised if there is a fashion resurgence from the 1920s in the not too distant future.
Domino is feel rather 'rusty' at the moment. She has adjusted her mood according to the colour of the fallen leaves.
Here she is wearing a rust-coloured straw wide-brimmed hat adorned with an ivory ribbon flourish. Her jewellery is fashioned in pink gold and studded with orange citrine gems; both her necklace and coordinating bracelet.
Domino's purse is another funky choice with a tan leather top and handles, and an orange-scalloped base. It helps to tie the outfit nicely together.
"Who noo dat bein' rusty in fashion wood turn out ta be a PAWSitive?" asks she.
And, like the leaves, themselves, Domino is efur-changing!
I just can't wait to see what she chooses next time.
Domino's all dressed up with nowhere to go but the front porch.
Little does it matter to her, though, because being stylish is an end in itself. Today she is wearing a tan woven wide-brimmed hat with teal and purple feathers. She has tastefully chosen a triple-stranded gold necklace studded with stones in the same tones. Her bracelet also ties in with this colour scheme, as does her fashionable teal boho leather bag accented with a mauve beaded scarf.
She always finds such unusual accoutrements which speak volumes about her quirky PURRsonality.
Despite being close to home, Domino is really 'out there'!