Today’s Cat Fashions are focused on accessories — this week, subtle black and white add-ons accentuated with a bright red surprise! Click on any photo to go to purchase information.
April Showers mean break out the umbrellas, and what better one than this cat-print brolly? Its superslim style fits neatly in a bag or backpack, and its cover has a kooky cat print, too! You’ll stand out in a sea of boring black!
This black and white skinny belt is crafted with a pure cotton covering. It features a graphic cat print design and a shiny heart buckle:
This silk scarf is a monochrome imagination of the old saying ‘The Cat’s out the Bag’. Cats cascade from their hiding places in a subtle pattern, all tangled together with balls of wool! This classic silk square can be worn in a variety of styles depending on your mood:
And finally, nothing sets off basic black better than lipstick red. This adorable Frame Purse makes a bold statement just by keeping your coins safe and the inside of your bag tidy and organized. Whip it out for a brilliant flash of color:
Need shoes to go with? Check out some of Mousebreath’s Shoesday recommendations.
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She has over 15 years of experience in the Internet Industry as a User Experience Analyst and Interaction Design Consultant. She's blogged professionally for nine years, and is a respected expert in social media, web analytics, online branding and Wordpress design and development. She's a popular speaker at pet industry conferences.
In 2013, she won the BlogPaws social media awards for Best Cat Blog and Best video. In 2012, Karen won the Best Blog Design award for SkeezixTheCat.com. She was one of seven finalists in the national Purina Cat Chow Correspondent search in 2010. She has been a spokesperson for Friskies and judge of the 2012 "The Friskies" video contest, and a juror for the Internet Cat Video Festival.
Karen is a member of the Cat Writer's Association, Women in the Pet Industry, the IAABC, The Interactive Design Association and the North Bay Multimedia Association.