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I wish I had a river / I could skate away on...


For some reason, unbeknownst to my entire family (and probably the rest of the free world), these boots remind me of crazy wedge ice skates... an indelicately nouveau south-of-the-ankle accessory obviously intended for those who just don't give a damn.

(DIY Meadham Kirchhoff inspiration shirt, Jeffrey Campbell clinic boots, H&M coat)

Comments

Dodo said…
OMG at shoes! Seen them around and Love them! Also great outfit!
Minette said…
i llllllllllllove that shoes!!!!!!!!
i love it!
and the shoes are amazing.

/isabella
Hollywood said…
the boots are KILLErs I love this look
<3
Anonymous said…
YOU LOOK AMAZZZING AND THE BOOTS ARE AWESOME! IS THAT A FUR TRIM ON THE COAT?
CAN I ASK WHERE YOU FIND ALL YOUR SHOES, EVERYTIME I LOOK THY ARE SOLD OUT ALREADY!
Georgia said…
Shiit they're high. And I love your gloves.

It would be mine
Jacqueline said…
They remind me of ice skates too. You almost look like you are skating in one of the photos. You are beautiful Bella! xoxo

www.FashionSnag.com
coy colleen said…
those shoes have been in my dreams! great outfit :)
Seyma said…
wow!! what a coincidence!! that's what i thought when i first saw your shoes.. ice skates!!

xx
Monica Bedi said…
FAB SHOES- OMG!

im am obsessed with fashion as well.

thesilentswagger.blogspot.com
MissNeira said…
Gorgeous girl! I love your gloves!
Pamela said…
LOOOOOVEEEEEEEEEE THE BOOTS! are amazing!
X
Indy said…
I love the black on black!
Style Porn said…
It looks so bloody cold where you are. I'll bet having your feet as far away from the pavement as possible is a good thing when the ground is frozen!
matt said…
God I want that shirt and boots you're gorgeoius btw!
Gracinha said…
looove the boots!
Alexandria said…
yes like everyone else I'm dying over your shoes.I seriously just had a heart attack looking at them. very very cute!
-Alexandria

www.eyeswdeopen.blogspot.com
diane said…
I can totally see that. You could really make the most of them with a cute skating skirt and a cable knit sweater.
Dylana said…
Your shoes are amazing!

colormenana.blogspot.com
they do remind me of ice skates! fabulous :) plus that song is amazingly beautiful
Kristin said…
Your gloves have me drooling. So fab!
Susu Paris Chic said…
What I loved the most were your gloves. They just add that special Bella-touch!
Megan Pe said…
i love the shoes & your coat. great photos :)


http://monpetitchouchoux.blogspot.com/
xo
FashionJazz said…
Hello babe!! Aaah i luv ur shoes and the way u styled ur outfit!! Super chic!! Hope u had a stunning wknd!! Luv u lots xx
el_martina said…
shoes are sooo cool!!
Marissa said…
Bella you look stunning and the entire styling of this is PERFECT!

Kisses
prettyneons said…
Hey!
How are you?
Happy new year, I've missed your blog so much (I've had no computer) and am now catching up on posts.
I like the touch of leopard print, don't even get me started on them shoes.Wow!

peace*
prettyneons X
ciao bella!
i'm great...thanks for asking! :) finally getting back into the blogging groove after lots of holiday fun*stress*drama*cocktails*fun
looking forward to a fabulous new year.

your blog looks fantastic...and the boots....the boots!!!!

(((((big hugs)))))
cm
Sara. said…
they remind me of skates too, these pics are amazing love that its sunny and winter time:)
Annie Spandex said…
OMG you got those shoes! I fucking love those shoes!! Was looking at them on eBay recently. I like your gloves too.
Nita-Karoliina said…
Those shoes are amazing!!


http://nita-karoliina.blogspot.com/
MAMI said…
wow i really love the shoes girl !
nicee
xoxo
Draco said…
Permitir que ocupe un trocito de vuestro espacio, para deciros que un compañero bloguero vuestro a conseguido cumplir un sueño…A publicado su primera novela “LA MACULA PURPURA”…Pero para que ese sueño se cumpla del todo, esa novela tiene que ser leída…estuvo mucho tiempo en un cajón y ahora tiene que salir de su ivernación,espero la camaradería de todos vosotros, estoy segura que a todos vosotros os gustaría cumplir un sueño como este, y os puedo asegurar que no hay nada más satisfactorio que ayudar a que ese sueño se cumpla…vuestro compañero es… salmorelli.blogspot.com

LA MACULA PURPURA…Tiene todo lo que un lector aprecia de una novela…Mafia, iglesia, poder, ambición, amor, y sobretodo lealtad.

Perdonar y gracias.

QUE TODOS VUESTROS SUEÑOS SE CUMPLAN!!!!!!!!!

Mary.
Hanako66 said…
you are fabulous.

that is all.
rossovelvet said…
Fab winter look, those shoes are FIERCE !!!
Jess said…
haha! love what you wrote about the shoes,
They are Sick,
and I love your coat too.

Jess x
Left you something on my blog :)
MissKimmy said…
those boots are pretty ridiculous and fab... LOVE them!! and love your gloves too!

www.strawberry-stiletto.com
Nicci said…
These shoes are AMAZING. AMAZING. I'm DYING.
mom & son said…
i love your boots so much!
Couture said…
Great boots!

Judith
http://couture-and-beauty.blogspot.com/
those boots are totally amazing. love the setting of your photos! xx
MARIE said…
I LOVE all of it. xoxo
issa said…
hey hot stuff. those wedges are ridiculous. LOVE.
wreckedstellar said…
Love the shoes- so fun! And I totally want your gloves- normally you see brown and black leopard print but I love that yours are white and black! xo, Mel
Jeje said…
Really awesome outfit! And that boots, gorgeous!!! :):):)

http://studdedbliss.blogspot.com
Nishant said…
the shoes are amazing.

videos models
Maria@chicisimo said…
I love the shoes, and I have no words for the gloves. They are great!!
xoxo
OMG I love your blog! You look amazing in these pictures. I'm adding your blog to my blog list.

-The Trendy Fashionista
http://thetrendyfashionista.blogspot.com
Suzanne said…
Those boots just made me insanely jealous &*(@^#&
Lucky you!!
Polished Sense said…
Loving what you've done here. The glove are awesome and those shoes, those shoes are killer cool! You rocked it lady :D

♡,
Jessica
Maya said…
KAWAII!!!

FROM TOKYO WITH LOVE!

http://mayasagenda.blogspot.com

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