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Lost in a room with secrets

Jingle bell rock'n the holiday, lots of Denver pics, Santa baby brought a bottle of Cristal, seriously need to stop repeat-wearing the Topshop boots, the 2nd picture is my favorite, Charlie Brown meets flamboyantly pretty Christmas tree, unthinking dinner parties from now until the new year, I'm not kidding... the tree toppled over on me, only one shattered ornament, loooooove this colossal-sized Jordache coat that we aptly deemed the ‘abominable snowman’, big thanks to the ever-lovely Vicen for my amazing tribute, tinsel bejeweled presents everywhere, and too many houseguests... hope everyone's having a gorgeous holiday!
Xxx
Currently: Heading upstairs to drink my weight in coffee…

(Vtg Jordache faux fur coat, H&M tights, Alexander Wang boaters dress, Target tank, Frederick's of Hollywood lace bralette, Topshop boots, Forever 21 rhinestone necklace, vtg rosary)

Comments

Lucia said…
I love your blog, you always give me good ideas !!! so.... thank you, thank you and thank you!!!!!!!
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nuheila said…
Happy Holiday Bella!You look like snow white,beutiful:)

Nuheila
Anonymous said…
You are so fucking amazzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzinnnnnnnggggggg!!!
jaassnnaa said…
great pictures!!!like your jacket!!! merry christmas!!
love the coat! Merry Christmas!
Indy said…
Made me think of the movie 1409 with the title! You're so chic with your red lips!
chaz said…
Holy Crap! Anyone ever tell you you have the whole Angelina Megan Fox thing going for you! Whoa. Okay, now I'm addicted to your blog.

Merry Christmas.
Allison said…
Your red lips so perfect - I'm so jealous, I can never pull that look off! You're just lovely... and always perfectly, PERFECTLY dressed!
Virgos Lounge said…
merry Christmas
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Jacqueline said…
I love your coat Bella. I can't blame you for wearing those topshop booties all the time. I love them too! Happy holidays! xoxo

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Natalie said…
cute coat! love it :)

xoxo

natalieoffduty.blogspot.com
that fur coat is amazing ! you look so warm in it and ready to tackle a mountain of snow, ha

xx lue
Lali said…
like your outfit!:)
diane said…
I love the second shot too. I stared at that fireplace screen trying to figure it out. My favorite photo is the one of you from the back walking down the hallway.
I'm so glad that you are having a nice holiday season honey. Cheers. xo
Loving that coat!
Hi :)
You look amazing :) I love that coat!
xoxo
Su
P.S.: I hope you had a fabulous Xmas :) and I wish you a GREAT NEW YEAR!
Sena said…
ooaa your shoes are great and especially the picture where you're walkin on the corridor is amazing!!!

xx
Lainey said…
Omg, that is the most amazing faux fur jacket I have ever seen in my life.
FashionJazz said…
Merry christmas Bella babe!! U look amazing here hun!!! Happy holidays, miss and luv u lots! xxx
liv said…
Belllllllllllllla!! How was you holiday??? Can't wait to see everything santa brought you!
Need your coat, love your tat, you hair, your legs are incredible, love everything about this, you always have the best images, creativity, writing, and style. Your amazing.

Kisses from London
liv said…
Belllllllllllllla!! How was you holiday??? Can't wait to see everything santa brought you!
Need your coat, love your tat, you hair, your legs are incredible, love everything about this, you always have the best images, creativity, writing, and style. Your amazing.

Kisses from London
sexyinthecity said…
You looks fabulous!!
and that coat is amazing!
xx
sarah said…
the fur is amazing x
Miss Zuri said…
You have AMAZING style/blog... i def would love to exchange links w/ you!!!xo

Keep up the great work... ; )

Miss Z
★Prima.Donna.Ville★
dmk said…
i love the fur!!!
my blog dominique-ernest.blogspot.com
xoxo

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