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The coming of the man in the moon

Here and there and everywhere, donning my favorite Missoni sweater-coat, loving the movement in the fourth image... and I'm actually just now realizing that the stardust lighting and freckled, diamond-like rainwater looks unbelievably dreamlike.

(Victoria's Secret satin tap pants, Marc Jacobs bowling boots, Missoni sweater, Vintage boyfriend tuxedo shirt, bracelet, belt, and rosaries, Target ruffle socks)

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Monika Poppy said…
woah love the marc jacobs


xxx

LOVE FROM M POPPY
LIVING IT UP IN LONDON TOWN
QUIRKY
revital said…
I loved the outfit and the layering! I wish I had long lean legs like yours....your simply gorgeous!
Anonymous said…
L O V E
Anonymous said…
L O V E
electric feel said…
the sweater is to die for!
Tinja said…
Lovely pics, you look awesome!
ediot said…
hello darling. hope youve had a wonderful weekend. what are your plans this week-what are you working with/studying?

xx ediot
www.ediot.org
LittleRachael said…
I love that bracelet. And shoes. And cardigan!!

Rach
Http://littlerachaelvintage.blogspot.com
Anonymous said…
why are you so beautiful- did you break up with your boyfriend- do you have one?
Lindstyle said…
so pretty! i love this. great look.

xo Lindsey
http://couturerehab.blogspot.com/
Love this outfit!! You look great!
Alex said…
Love it, baby! As usual, I'm not sure which picture is my favorite, though I'm diggin' the legs in the first one right now. ;) I love you!
marissa said…
gorgeous girl, perfect styling
xoxo
Kinsey Michaels said…
you are so gorgeous doll!
my favorite pic is without a doubt the first :)
.sabo skirt. said…
Great outfit..love the layers and styling.

xx

www.saboskirt.blogspot.com
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Jules said…
Great outfit. Good layering. Gorgeous girl. =D

Jules
Soloden.Com
The Brown Mestizo
veronicaa said…
Great outfit!
I am in love with your booots.
Check out my blog!
Xoxo Veronica
fashi0npassi0n.blogspot.com
doublysweet said…
AGREED about the rainwater!
i really thought your vehicle might have been under some tree i've never heard of or something


your outfit is great, p.s.
ronelmarin.com said…
wow id like the way you dress up ..:)
all about was awesome..:)
Astrid V. said…
love the shoeS!
Ryan28 said…
Gorgeous

I die for the cargigan!!
How'd you get the MJ boots??
What camera do you use?
kimber doll said…
I love these pics!! THe first one is my fave .. your hair is so stunning =)
Beautiful pictures and what a lovely outfit!
Anonymous said…
HOT. Period.
Anonymous said…
HOT. Period.
Sher said…
youve got the best legs around!
Rachel B said…
Bells your blog gets better and better eeeevery. single. time. Stunning to look at, amazing to read, and I love the Stolen Thunder promotion!!!!!!


kiss
julianne. said…
you are stunningly gorgeous.<3
rossovelvet said…
Stuuuuuunning outfit!!!
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