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Dance, until you can dance no more...

Saturday night was cold and wet, perfect for night in with pop corn and dvd's.
My sister called to ask me to make her a dress - and this became the night that was:
Last Sat night
Bright yellow peekaboo sleeve dress I whipped up for Sach. I bought the fabric from the opshop for $3!
 Getting my running man on in preparation for epic night of dancing...

the threads are from my spring collection which will be available 2nd week of August - excitement! 
Hot pink faux fur 
shiny dico shoes perfectly complimented the crowd of fluro, faux fur and psychedelic clad urban hippies and yuppies. DJ's had the split level dance floor full from dust til dawn.
my new friend and faux fur buddy :)
Saci and Drew - who put this epic shin dig together for his 40th
after a night of movin and shakin, meeting new friends, sipping on mocktails - yes mock for me please - the bathtub was my most suitable wind down option

too much fun... and no hangover 

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