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Mondays and mannequins!

I must admit I am not a big fan of Mondays as it is still a very quiet day here in SW France with a lot of shops not opening and this has taken me a while to get used to!

But as you all know I adore mannequins and was very happy when I found this fabulous online shop.

Let me know if you like it as much as I do.

A demain
L x

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  1. Love them. Hopefully you'll LOVE next Monday! Get your paint brush ready and I'll bring the bubbles for a bubbly MOnday! Love

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  2. okay ... you were reading my mind. ... I've been on the hunt for sometime now. In the states they are getting harder and harder to find.

    I'm off to do some online shopping...
    thanks

    let's chat

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  3. You have such beautiful mannequins!!! Thanks for sharing this nice web-shop! I don't like Monday either!
    Happy new week!
    Vale

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  4. I really want one for dressing room. I wish I could afford those though!

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  5. Oh, my goodness! What an incredible selection of vintage mannequins, Leeann!

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  6. It is perfect and I am envious.

    Have a lovely day! xoxo Gigi

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  7. I love mannequins as well! The only one that I kept for myself is a plus size one and it came with the papers where it was ordered back in the 1930's! I know it not that old, but I love her anyway!
    Theothertheresa

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  8. It is enchanting! I just love it.

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  9. Like them? I lOVE them, just one in my little dressing room would be enchanting. I have a paper mache torso which I hang my necklaces on, but it isn't nearly so pretty.

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  10. Hi Leeann,

    I have seen this site before, they are wonderful mannequins.
    Have a great week

    Hugs
    Carolyn

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  11. One of my favourite things....and very difficult to find the vintage ones. XXXX

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  12. I love a mannequin too Leeann, xv.

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  13. Hi Leeann, Now i can say i love your mannequin too....he he .x x

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  14. Beautiful site - I am off to go cruise around it a bit more!

    Chelsea

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  15. I just happened upon your mannequins and mondays via Rue and was shocked to see the chair my 2nd mother (she 'adopted' me after I lost my mother at 30) gave me! I have the exact chair in your banner, the one on the right and I cherish it! We must be related, she said she used to have a couple. Enjoy the rest of your week! A bientot!

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  16. Hi Leeann,
    Oh, I love the mannequin ... I have always thought I'd love to have a beautifyl vintage one in my office space/studio ... you can set me dreaming with one of these ... :)

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