And then it took me about 10 minutes of staring at the numbers and counting zeros to make sure I was reading the price tag correctly: $81,000.00.
I kept thinking, "That must say $8,100.00 and I'm just reading it wrong," and in which case I would promptly sell my car to buy this frock. But no.
On the plus side, that includes shipping. However, even if I won a one hundred million dollar lottery today, I don't think I could bring myself to spend that much on one dress... but I might be a bit pouty today anyway.
One of the things that I most enjoy seeing when I'm browsing really expensive real estate listings is the phrase: "Fixer-upper." I get that if you have pots of money, your standards are perhaps a smidge different from us "regular folk." HOWEVER, I have yet to see one of these "fixer-upper" homes that I would not rip the deed from the owner's hands and happily move myself right into!
If you're interested in the house above (and live in Australia), it will be up for auction on Feb. 24th.
P.S. This house is, no joke, located on Mansion Street.
P.P.S. If you bid and win, I'm moving in with you.
I've always been big on having printed tees of all kinds. They go with jeans, skirts, leggings, and look cute layered under blazers, cardigans, and vests. My newest favorite find (that I have yet to buy): Chaser LA Raglan Burnout Tees. I absolutely want one of each, though I think I'm most smitten with David Bowie!
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