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(Victoria's Secret romper, DIY chain garter belt, Ann Demeulemeester barbed wire leather necklace worn as headband, DIY flower pin courtesy of Blue Onion Marketplace, Vintage jewelry)

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FASHION SNAG said…
Love the romper and what you did with the chain! x

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Anonymous said…
OMG! AMAZING PICS!

kisses x
DR FEEL GOOD said…
beautiful photos go team BELLA
naomi said…
you look like a ghost in the black and white pictures, its so eery and wonderful.

naomi.
miss shoes said…
nice pics !!! and you've got an amazing romper !!
XXX
T said…
Been staring at these for a while and all I can say is that they're gorgeous and haunting. You have beautiful blog Bella Harris.

Tracy XOXO
Francesca said…
love this outfit!

xoxo,
F

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Eli said…
oooh love these photos!
Sara. said…
Love these pictures they are soo dreamy very nice:)
i adore your photos. all such an amazing pict :)
Alex said…
Love seeing photos of you casting your spells on me. ;) These are beautiful, babe.
Marissa said…
Holy Crap Bells! HOT<3
nice jumpsuit !
Sweet said…
Just one word "Gorgeous"

You look like a fairy in your photos...

take care gorgeous!

just updated my blog domain name it is now www.pensandlens.me

much love
Sweet
PensandLens
Anonymous said…
Really incredibe!
Natasha said…
Amazing photos! You look brilliant! I loved the gothic theme. xxx
Anonymous said…
How long are your legs? Exactly?
Krimly said…
great photos!
love your headband!

xoxo
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Mary said…
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Mary said…
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wow - its a cool look that you have designed for yourself, very eerie and ghost like but very good all the same
Closet Cravings said…
Love the romper and headpiece. You look hippie chic. =)

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Perth Lawyers said…
Your legs looks super pretty in that outfit. love
The fllowers and the necklace are so pretty
Viv said…
love your style! these pictures are awesome :)





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