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(♊) Castor and Pollux


Gemini (Gem-en-i.e.) (♊)

Thinking of sarcastically droll pickup lines all relative to astrological signs. Authentic 70's vintage. Me & my photo-produced Gemini twin. Terrifying thought. Bathroom acoustics. Camera hoods. Hotel rooms. Constellations of the zodiac. Glittery blue disco. The return from Flossy McGrew's. And my all-time favorite Topshop Aggie ankle boots.

(H&M tights, Topshop boots, Target drape tank, Victoria's Secret bralette, Forever 21 rhinestone necklace, Vintage jacket and Parisian rosary)

Comments

FASHION SNAG said…
Love the vintage jacket!

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Violet said…
NO way im a gemini!!!

you look great love the 2nd photo and that glittery blazer
FASHION ICE said…
love the shoulders on that jacket! definitely a statement
Ria said…
Gemini's are trouble lol ;)

Love that jacket.
woiw your jacket fits you great!
Lovely

x
I love this whole outfit...great rosary too!
Anonymous said…
you never fail to amaze me!
Anonymous said…
What camera do you use?
you never fail to amaze me!
ediot said…
you LOOK smashing darling. LOVE the outfit.
hope youre having a nice week stunner.
take care

xx
Francesca said…
that jacket is fabulous

xoxo,
F

http://lekisskiss.blogspot.com <-- texas gal bloggin fashion from NYC!
You look gorgeous! Great shots...lovely post!
¶ Michelle said…
looking gorgeous, I love your jacket ♥
BlueVanilla said…
Love love love your shoes!!! That jacket is awesomeeee!! :)

xx
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russiandancer09 said…
Love how you put this together. стильный.
sweet said…
Love the jacket and the photos...the duplication is totally fun...really amazing!!!!

Sweet
PensandLens
It is interesting, I will go back to read them again.
I am just trying out your new predictions platform.
This is interesting for Collective intelligence purposes and well done.
Could I have more background information on that project? Having worked at Yahoo!
Answers, Flickr and Community products out of Canada, I like to discover interesting projects like this.
That jacket is incredible and I love your boots! :) x
Anonymous said…
AMAZING yet again!
Anonymous said…
AMAZING yet again!
Carina said…
love the pictures, ur outfit is great !!!

xxxx

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