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all in the light







It's always interesting when random strangers and acquaintances approach me with the same round of inquiries. Generally something to do with the amount of accessories garnishing my mood, my over-sized sweaters, or the most obvious being my vertiginous shoe collection.
"How do you walk in those?"
"I just put one foot in front of the other, same as you."

Quote of the day: "I am the only person I'm capable of being, and nothing else should be an enforced requirement upon my individuality." ~B


(Vintage blazer and DIY studded Levis, Sam Edelman boots, Forever 21 tank, Hot Topic belt)

Comments

Doni Brown said…
This outfit is amazing!

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Dani A. said…
LOVE IT!!!!!!!!


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notsoChiara said…
Love your bed, the jacket and the shirts are fantastic!!

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Miss*Kimmy said…
Gorgeous blazer! Stunning as always.
FASHION ICE said…
amazing! love the jacket and tights
That jacket is incredible. Where did you find it? Fierce shape, sharp shoulders, jewel tone and vintage feel... I am in love. Good look and great styling all round. X

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Anonymous said…
you should model!
Violet said…
i love the shoulders on that blazer!

yeah i get a lot of "dont they heart" or "you really walk around the whole campus in those"

XX
Vi from Cali
I'm in love with your jacket, it is the highlight of the outfit for me. Great photos too, very creative.

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diane said…
Individuality, that's just what "they" don't want. Don't ever stop being you Bella.
Nice jacket.
BlueVanilla said…
OMG your shorts...I WANT! You ook amazing!
xx
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Funkydoris said…
Gorgeous style and blog!
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duckalicious said…
lol@
"How do you walk in those?"
"I just put one foot in front of the other, same as you."

sometimes people come up with questions so moronic it's hard to believe. oh and you know which one I really, really love (love meaning want to kick their ass): "oh, you're vegetarian? so what do you eat then?"

stupid. fucking. idiots!
Shoes and jacket are like really great. They work so good together!
Keep it up and thanks for sharing!
All the best
Midnight Couture Girls
Rosa said…
Thats how everyone should think and mind their own business :)

I absolutely love the look... fierce and chic
xx
Rosa

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Rebecca said…
Love this look great blazer and love the DIY Levis :)




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Alex said…
Beautiful light, color, clothes, and girlfriend!
Hope Adela said…
i love that textured, sequined blue blazer!

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Jenna M. said…
Amazing jacket!
wow it is a great outfit. you are billiant
Perth Lawyers said…
amazing the shorts the jacke also the stocking all prefect
iamronel said…
so awesome id liked everything about these
ronelmarin.net said…
i simply amazed baby..love these much
Anonymous said…
youre amazing, Bella!
Delita said…
I love your blazer, tights, boots....Just love your outfit!
MissNeira said…
That jacket is fabulous. Looks so great with your dark hair

xoxo
Miss Neira
Nav said…
Love the outfit - that jacket is amazing!x


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Annushka said…
I Love this style!!!)))
I Love VINTAGE)))
Very,Very,Very BEAUTIFUL!!!)))

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