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Cessation of Labor

Took a work breather to play with the bolshie chihuahuas (Pixiewinkle shown) ... so damn cute, I couldn't resist giving her a little spotlight.

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Carla said…
Thanks for commenting on my blog! I love for all visitors to comment and always will respond to everyone! :)

oooh i looove small dogs! Their too cute! When my little dog Charlie was a puppy, people always mistaked him for being a chihuahua! But he is actually half mini pomeranian and half mini pincher.

I do indeed adore the iconic Audrey Hepburn also. She was so classy and had a lovely simplistic style.
Dana (MODAna) said…
sexy shirt/dress :)
I like the headband
but mostly
I love this dog.
Stompface said…
ohhh I love your dress
and your socks
and that amazing headband.
and you.
you look so damn cool here.

cute dog, I love her expression!
too cool for school
Gala said…
i have a Chi too!
Eelie said…
Bella! You look bloody rufus here lol. Even though you're not facing the camera your body language screams 'attitude' (the good kiind of course :P).

Seriously there must be something about today because you're the THIRD person that has posted piccies of animals lol but yes she is a little cutie and thats really saying something because i despise chihuahua's with a passion :)
Sunniva said…
love everything about your outfit! i want to dress like that right now, you look so cool. and your chi is adorable.
Danz said…
Cool outfit - love the knee highs!

Also, this may sound a little weird but your chihuahua reminds me of the guy that plays Warrick Brown on CSI. Here's a pic:

http://movies.imnotobsessed.com/wp-content/uploads/2008/04/gary-dourdan-leaving-csi.jpg

Thanks for your comment, would you like to trade links?

Take care and have a great day tomorrow :)
Cass said…
love this.
the scarf around your head is genuis.
Nanc said…
First, i gotta say that you look so damn rad and second... your dog is adorable!
Wendiva said…
oh you have the cutest dog ever!!!

http://wendiva.blogspot.com
stilettostetico said…
OOoooh And I am sure that your pretty dog is really going to make many jealous persons with a Mistress like You !!!

A Bientôt, Antoine
Becca said…
love that last comment... it's probably true. lol

Sexy to boot, not only do you have the fashion sense but the photog eye to go with it! Great blog!
Milla said…
Damn... that photo is incredible! :)
Okay, the pooch is sweet too. lol
michelle said…
Wowww, your sobeautiful. And even in this picture where you're not even looking at the camera, you still look hot!
sydneydoll said…
i'm very happy : )

i really like your profile description!

and those socks!

knee high socks are so much fun.
i have them in black & grey & just love them.
Krystal said…
love this look too, im adding you to my links for sure, as we type...if you want to exchange.

K.

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