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Possibly one of the most hauntingly whimsical locations we've ever shot at before... brimming with a plethora of indistinct sculptures, dilapidated buildings, stonework sheds, iron flowers, waif butterflies, painted bells echoing from nowhere and everywhere, mosaic glass falling from windowsills, and a beaten path that led directly to an unkempt cemetery. Hindsight leaves me wishing I could've captured the splintered park bench that not only appeared to be panting from the summer sun, but was also etched between lovers and the lone companion to the river of white crosses.
(Thrifted UO pleasant blouse, Soda platform wedge sandals, Vintage DIY Calvin Klein cutoffs, jewelry and aviators, Random bag, Forever 21 eyelet top)

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Alex said…
I LOVE these! The first picture is just incredible, blue hair and all! Great post, baby.

p.s. The park bench isn't the only thing that pants... ;)
electric feel said…
i love your new header!
Tyler said…
fucking beautiful bella!!!!!
Antonia said…
love the wedges! pretty summer look!

x

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cute outfit ! such a perfect summer outfit

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Anonymous said…
You have such style and talent.. are one of my favorite bloggers ever..Amazing writing..Love your blog..Everything's just perfect!
Anonymous said…
You have such style and talent.. are one of my favorite bloggers ever..Amazing writing..Love your blog..Everything's just perfect!
lovely blouse!!

X
redheaded guru said…
oh wow, love love love those wedges! as much as i can i try to sport these wedges i have with a short skirt or dress, just like you have here! :]
- Lilly
Delmy said…
Love the wedges.
beautiful shots and outfit! love the wedges!

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Tegan said…
you have the most beautiful way with words!

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