Cat patches, take two

For anyone who saw the previous, now deleted, post on this top, I’m sorry. I know I’m not alone in this, but I have the hardest time taking photos. It’s hard enough to actually take them, but then what do you do when you finally do take them, you’re excited about the garment you’re showing, but there’s something really wrong about your photos? In this case I just felt really dumpy. I hadn’t quite finished the top, and putting up the post gave me the last bit of inspiration needed to let the arms out a quarter inch and hem it. And then I took some mirror shots, because, realistically, I don’t think I’m going to get around to dragging Eric into the backyard to take photos of this weekend tee again. These mirrorย  photos are not good. They’re really worse than the original photos, but somehow I’m not as embarrassed to post them, even though this rayon double-knit wrinkles like mad, lighting is weird, I haven’t even brushed the hair I slept on wet, and I can’t take non-blurry mirror selfies to save my life. I feel like the tee is better represented in these terrible photos. I feel more like myself in them.

So this is what Saturday mornings in the Flowercat household look like, and this Deer and Doe Plantain tee fits in just perfectly – comfy, relaxed, and mildly cat-obsessed.

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“Oh, what’s going on here?” said Eric as he came in to say goodbye before leaving for work.