Our space is shaping up. Here’s our lounging area.
This is our new office/studio. We are now moved in but it will take several weeks to get truly organized – plus we’re having to do inventory/tax prep at the same time. It has a nice view of Main Street and should also be a vast improvement when it comes to the photography end of things.
Back from a walk downtown. The few remaining open stores and restaurants are getting ready to close.
You find all sorts of things when you’re moving. Stuff that you thought was long lost, and things that you didn’t think you still had remaining – in this particular case a bunch of Hanes Chevron Pantyhose which were in a box with fishnets. The picture is from 2008. We love our new space, but it’s a lot of work moving and running the business at the same time.
As I’ve pointed out many times before, these peignoir robes minus the chemise, negligee, or babydoll are readily found not only here on our Little Pink Dress site, but also on places such as Ebay. It would make sense that the inner garment got most of the wear and eventually wore out, while the thin “robe” was seldom used. They can create a naughty sexy look today though, when combined with modern bra and undies, or a bodysuit underneath (neither of which is shown here though). Some can even pass as a swimsuit coverup.
From January 2006, a classic DeWeese Sundress. This one’s long gone, but we do have a longer one in a different pattern here at LPD – DeWeese Maxi Sundress
It was a nice New Year’s Eve. We had about a dozen family and friends over for a little soiree – late afternoon early evening. Finished by 9:00, then we watched a couple of Twilight Zone episodes and went to bed at 10:00 pm.
On Tuesday, we’re moving the business to a better space (also a little bigger) space down and across the hall from our current office. It’s also inventory time, so we’ll be very busy for a while. There shouldn’t be any delays in processing orders though.
Here’s to not looking back on 2016 but rather looking ahead to 2017. We hope you all have a happy and safe weekend. Cheers! (shown – 3 piece late 60’s Vanity Fair ensemble – the bra was not modeled as it was too small)
May Christmas work for you….have a merry one, or survive it – whatever the circumstance. Just try to remember it can be a very stressful or sad holiday for many people for various reasons – the first Christmas without a loved one, financial or employment difficulties, family discord, illness, injury, loneliness………. thinking of you all…….
A rare, brief downtime at the post office with Matt and Mary Ellen. The Christmas rush is pretty much over as of tomorrow.