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A bit of luck; A New Mannequin

A few weeks ago I was saying how much I'd like another mannequin. I've already got an adjustable one which I love but like most adjustable mannequin they tend to be weirdly coloured, mines Burgundy.

 I'd like an ordinary cream one as I think it'll be better for taking pictures of the clothes. I didn't want to pay full price for one as they can be expensive and I'd rather save the money and eventually buy a K&L one.
So I was going to go round charity shops leave my name and number on the off chance one would come in.
But before I had chance to I was offered a display mannequin. So I went to look at it and decided I would have it.
And here it is...

                                                                thanks for looking x


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