Olivia del Bufalo

Olivia del Bufalo

Roma / Italian woman, mmorpg addicted, I was nerd before it was cool. I design clothes for avatars in Second Life.
Olivia del Bufalo
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rostfrei by a. röstel - Kleid Tunika Asymmetrie black - Winter 2015

rostfrei by a. röstel - Kleid Tunika Asymmetrie black - Winter 2015

Phase Eight Kells Dress, Grey

Phase Eight Kells Dress, Grey

Image 1 of BOAT NECK SWEATER from Zara

Image 1 of BOAT NECK SWEATER from Zara

gorgeous-ZUZA-BART-100-linen-quirky-dress-size-medium-black

gorgeous-ZUZA-BART-100-linen-quirky-dress-size-medium-black

LAGENLOOK LINEN AMAZING LOVELY 2 PCS LONG TUNIC/DRESS+OVERTOP*WHITE*SIZE M-L

LAGENLOOK LINEN AMAZING LOVELY 2 PCS LONG TUNIC/DRESS+OVERTOP*WHITE*SIZE M-L

cat playhouses homemade | inexpensive cat playhouse

cat playhouses homemade | inexpensive cat playhouse

1950s Vintage Style Head Over Heels Black And White Striped Dress

1950s Vintage Style Head Over Heels Black And White Striped Dress

Rundholz  - I like the fitted shape of this dress, high neck, interesting bottom but not too full.

Rundholz - I like the fitted shape of this dress, high neck, interesting bottom but not too full.

Rundholz

Rundholz

No more shredded sofas. The Cone is the world's most beautiful scratching post and nap space for your cat! It works so well because it takes direct inspiration from nature. The large cats often have a habit of scratching the barks of trees, to mark their territories. The reason domestic cats prefer furniture is because like trees, they are large, sturdy, and don’t topple over. The Cone was designed to resemble the tree’s bark and stay upright and unmoved.

No more shredded sofas. The Cone is the world's most beautiful scratching post and nap space for your cat! It works so well because it takes direct inspiration from nature. The large cats often have a habit of scratching the barks of trees, to mark their territories. The reason domestic cats prefer furniture is because like trees, they are large, sturdy, and don’t topple over. The Cone was designed to resemble the tree’s bark and stay upright and unmoved.