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The hour before the others

The small grandfather clock hanging upstairs is chiming louder than yesterday. The sound is annoying. It's seven o'clock in the morning and I've yet to sleep, so as an alternative to superfluous cyber-wandering, I'm warily word-searching. At this point, assembling even semi-comprehensible sentences is beginning to feel like a challenge. Honestly, it's a wonder I've written this much. Going to bed...

(Vintage shirt and finger armour, F21 mesh insert tunic and heels)


Monika Poppy said…
beautiful lipstick!


Really nice outfit, love the heels!
Anonymous said…
love this so much!
i love the color of your lipstick and your shirt!
Lauren said…
Classic. The boyfriend shirt is sexy and the cherry lips are to die for!!!!!!

You always look gorgeous!

Lauren said…
Really want to the ring.
Alex said…
Beautiful face, lips, legs, photos, and everything else, my love! And sexy outfit! ;)
Anonymous said…
You look amazing.

Casual and chic.

Perfection, Bella!
libys11 said…
you look amazing!! love the rings and the shoes!! :D

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sweet said…
beautiful photos as always my sweet are as gorgeous as always...

love the outfit and the great lights in the photos!!!!

take care gorgeous!!!

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Take care always
cute look! :)
Wau, you look gorgeous in this outfit, and your legs are beautiful... Wish I were that lucky! ;-)

Hugs from
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Rchliey said…
cute highheels and the lipstick are so hot
Susu Paris Chic said…
I know about those odd hours... I'm an incurable bad-morning-sleeper - unless I've really partied!
diane said…
Stress does that, making ordinary noises so annoying that you can't sleep.
The second to the last shot is my favorite. xo
VeronicaGlam said…
Great style!
loving this entire outfit! And your hair - gorgeous!

Love the shots and the outfit.

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