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Kitten von Mew 2013 Calendar is now FOR SALE!


To purchase your limited edition calendar, just email me at kvm@email.com for details or collar me at the War and Peace

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Kitten von Mew Calendar 2013 (April), taken by Candee Photography

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Kitten von Mew Calendar Teaser!


I have had quite a few emails asking whether I could post a few of the 2013 calendar pages as they wish to pre-order, so here are some below!

Just email me with your name, address of delivery and quantity and we can sort out payment when they have arrived back from the printers.

I will also be selling them at Wartime in the Vale on the 23rd/24th June!

Kitten von Mew 2013 Calendar

Photography by Candee Photography, Graphics and Layout by Kitten von Mew

Heyday Online 1940’s Trousers


Kitten von Mew wearing Heyday Trousers

It is no secret that I am a complete stalker of Shona at Heyday Online. Lucky enough to be one of her models, I adore her clothing, especially the Mary Dresses and Trousers.

Unluckily for me, I have put on some weight this year due to bad health, meaning most of my yummy clothes are no longer fitting (excuse me whilst I try and find my tiny violin to play a tune of self pity…), but LUCKILY for me and my love of Heyday, this won’t stop me from wearing my gorgeous trousers!

Yesterday I sat on the sofa and carefully unpicked the back of some of my trousers, right to the join at the crotch. I popped them on, pinned the back to my desired size and hey presto! a new lease of life! Shona’s trousers have a good bit of fabric left in the waistband, tapering down, which means you can get a size or so more out of your beloved trousers! Just sew them back up and no one will ever know the torment your waist once went through (unless you post it on a blog like me!).

If you have worn through the bottom of your trousers due to lindy hop, trudging around WW2 events or general wear and tear, why not make them into high waisted shorts for summer? You can even use some of the excess fabric to crate a little pocket for the front or back! I will be doing this with some of mine early next year, so will let you know how I get on!