It seems that Domino has more than one admirer, though she is always quick to point out that her heart is with Milo in Sidmouth by the Sea.
The dress is what Domino likes to call 'casual chic'. It's good for relaxing in your favourite chair ...
... or dreaming of your loved one far away!
The sleeveless bodice is a hot, hot pink adorned with a silver heart emblazoned with the designer's mark. The addition of the silver studded chain gives it that extra little edge.
Domino turns to display the layered skirt (and her lovely 'tocks)! I think she's spotted something through the armhole of the chair.
The skirt has four layers. The top one is a black and white zebra print, the second is a graphic print of black, white and pink, followed by another layer of zebra print. The bottom layer is a sheer ruffled black tulle.
Domino stretches out so you can get a better view of the entire look.
You must admit, that the colour and cut of the dress suit her well. The skirt is short enough that is doesn't inhibit her tail movement, which she can curl at will.
Domino enjoys the freedom of the sleeveless dress. It makes it so much easier to run around and explore.
"The CATsual style is jus' gwate fur POTterin' arownd", she says. (I think she means 'puttering', though she is indeed standing in a pot!)
This casual style keeps Domino very grounded, as you can plainly see.
Isn't she simply adoorable posing on the new front doormat?
She makes quite the pretty picture there ...
... any way you look at her!
Domino's on the threshold of modelling greatness (as well as being on the threshold of her home).
And with a final, emphatic pose, she proves that she is worthy of her designer's faith.
She throws back her head while stretching her graceful neck, takes a deliCAT stance and arches her tail.
Domino is poetry in repose (pose after pose after pose)!
(Note: Biggify any or all of the pictures at will. The last one's so much cuter close-up!)