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The exchange of blue wire racks and white vodka

When it comes to loving something this beautiful, there is nothing left to do but measure electricity in calculated watts and then tread upon freezer burn.
(Miu Miu - Satin Mary Jane Platform Pumps)

Comments

Minette said…
Oh wow... i adore these pics and love love love love these shoes, the colour is fab!! *_*

xx
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revital said…
wow! the shoes are unbelievable! but I think the heels are too big. I would probably be constantly scared of falling... (:
mmmm LOVE those shoes!!
Anonymous said…
Holy shit!!
Anonymous said…
oh and i love what you wrote!!
FASHION SNAG said…
Love the shoes. Great color! I have the sparrow ones and some black ones. x

www.FashionSnag.com
June Paski said…
love ur shoes, I just have them, it's not miu miu, I make them by myself :)
Carolina Krews said…
Waaauuu, hot heels!! :) i want them :))
veronicaa said…
How much do I love Miu Miu pumps! Those are amazing.
Xoxo Veronica
fashi0npassi0n.blogspot.com
Kinsey Michaels said…
these photos are amazing. i love the one of the fridge and the bottle of Skyy by its lonesome! ;)
Lauren said…
Bells I'm coming to steal those from you! xxoo
Tinja said…
I like your creativity :) Nice shoes! haven't seen them in black until now.
rossovelvet said…
Ahah, these ARE the essentials in a fridge, not food supplies :D
Wrecked Stellar said…
I want those Miu Mius- such a great shade of blue! xo, mel
Style Porn said…
I cannot WAIT to see these shoes on your feet, my dear! I know you'll do them justice!
Bella Lollipops said…
Awwww, I love you guys so much! Thank you for the amazing comment!

I was obviously too lazy to sign in... so I'm leaving this comment all anon-like. ;)

Much love xxxx
Ivanka said…
I love the shoes!
Tere said…
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Good photos!!
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VanilahFashion said…
Miu Miu is just amazing!
and cute blog :)

Vanilah xx

www.vanilah.blogspot.com
Anika said…
I'm shocking but would it be sacrilage to suggest painting the shoes in nudey pink swallows (in acrylic)???!!!

Too far? Sorry!

;)
Tyler said…
you must be one the best bloggers i've ever seen. i'm always excited to see what you post Bella. waiting for your next post!!
Crazy post with lovely images!

http:/obsesionesdeunanina.blogspot.com
Empress said…
*sighs* I still do not have a pair.

True Queen
Michelle Elaine said…
You own the beautiful Miu Miu platform mary janes!? Ahh! Jealous! Great photos by the way.

KeepItFvncy,
M.E.
Alex said…
If only we'd taken pictures of our chocolate paint time around the freezer... ;)
Marie Z. said…
These shoes are stunning!

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