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The Montagues, Capulets, and a Periodic Table...


Quantifying heavy metal inhibitions, Bella hearts Stella, weekend musings, new favorite bitch necklace doubling as a cuff, and everything in-between our stolen moments.
Happy Birthday Mama-bear!!!!!
(Deep Red Revlon lipstick tattoos, Stella McCartney carved wedge sandals, Rodarte for Target knee highs, Victoria's Secret satin tap pants, F21 drape t-shirt, and an overzealous collaboration of new/vintage social armor)

Comments

BlogNdoll said…
Great shoes and very cute pictures!
See you xoxo
trinie said…
almos died when i saw this post..love the titale as well..you are sooo effing cool girlie. how do you come up with these fab odeas? sorry my english is not good.

XOXOXOOXXOXOX
Anonymous said…
Im soo in love with your shoes and jewellry in these photos!

Jess x

http://roughandpreetyedges.blogspot.com/
ediot said…
bella bella ciao bella. i need those shoes. theyre aMAzing! and i love the title of your post. makes me think i need to see romeo&juliet soon again..
hope youre great love.


xx ediot
Ivanka said…
I love your amazing shoes!...*-*
Frou Flu said…
lovely photos:) i love how you wore those sexy tap pants with tights and those shoes!
Anonymous said…
Holy !!!!!!!!!!!!
INVADER. said…
best pictures! love
PiinkCupcakez said…
i need all those rings in my life.. along with that corona! lol =]
FASHION SNAG said…
I love your shoes! The detailing is gorgeous =) xo

Alexander Wang Freja Booties at www.FashionSnag.com
Christina said…
Cool shots!

Christina
Blackberry Sherbet
x
Irina said…
oh, beautiful blog! congrats <3


http://wovbubbless.blogspot.com/ *following you*
Tinja said…
i love the pics!! =)
Daisy said…
Fab photos and awesome shoes!
lauren said…
OMGGGGGGG i love this Bella..the bracelet, shoes, coronaaaaaaa
perfectly done..again and again!!!
lauren said…
OMGGGGGGG i love this Bella..the bracelet, shoes, coronaaaaaaa
perfectly done..again and again!!!
veronica<3 said…
GREAT photography.
love the concept & styling
XO Veronica
http://fashi0npassi0n.blogspot.com
Awesome photos! Love all of the accessories... including the corona! :) haha
thesydneygirl said…
absolutely fabulous photos!!! <3
Jules said…
That was a nice shoes. =D

Jules
Soloden.Com
The Brown Mestizo
Anonymous said…
amazingggg! FAB heels and the pics are the BEST BEST BEST EVER!!!

I swear, I love you.

xoxox
Musicalhouses said…
Whoa those are some stunning photos! Love the shoes!
pretty....Great shoes and sexy
Kristin said…
OMG, Bella...those shoes...those fabulous shoes. I will be haunted by them. Love love love. PERFECT for Spring!
karuliine said…
Are those shoes made for walking? But who needs to walk? You can just be gorgeous and cool as you are in those adorable wedges. Cool pics, too!
BR from Estonia,
K.
Phyllis said…
so in love with these photos - those shorts are awesome
Fashion By He said…
love the pictures, hot heels...

come check out the giveaway on Fbyhe

-He
biotechnology said…
Cool shoes!
Elizabeth Marie said…
SOULMATEBITCH!

You are so badass. I'm gonna email you about our collab! :)

I'm on Wordpress now btw...I haven't gone missing promise lol

SANGRIA IN A BOTTLE
tres tippy said…
i love, love, love those shoes! ha, and i love how that black bracelet says bitch :) there are days when i should def wear one of those!
Saryary said…
lovee thee entire look!! wow the shoes;)
take care(:
Vinda Sonata said…
beautiful pictures and blog! i enjoy seeing every single ones and i'm following!
Carly Anne said…
I love everything about these photos; the vintagey stockings, in particular.

What kind of camera did you shoot with?

Kudos!

Carly
www.allthisgraceandcharm.blogspot.com
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Violet said…
love these photos they look like they were fun to take

XX
Vi from Cali
xs said…
i love those thigh highs! the imagery in your photos are amazing as always.
marissa said…
amazing!!!! Who took these pictures
Style Porn said…
Damn girl. You got legs. And they are being shown off to spectacular effect in those tall socks and heels.
jessie said…
iiii just found my new blog-lust. and it began with the words, "pour me another drink… I’m a writer." adoring these snapshots.
Miss said…
Wow, this is my faborite post from you.
It's awesome, a little more rock, than you usually bring, i love this!
Aris said…
Everytime I visit your blog my cock gets hard as a rock,baby! Your legs are so exciting! I'm going to throw a lot of sperm on your sexy socks,honey!!!
cutandsew said…
You always have the most amazing heels and wedges, I'm so jealous of all of them!

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