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vintage 70's


Have a great weekend, everyone!

(Upside-down YSL ring, Target floppy hat, everything else vintage)

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Doni Brown said…
I will! Cute pic!
--Sanam-- said…
I LOVE LOVE LOVE your floppy hat, it looks so boho and awesome :D i was looking for a similar one from H&M recently too, but they sold out before i could get one. Talk about bad luck :)



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Doni Brown said…
http://thefreakoffashion.blogspot.com
Lauren said…
TGIF. Have fun, Bella-bell.
You look darling as you alwaysssss do! Gorgeous.
FASHION SNAG said…
You have a great weekend as well!

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diane said…
Hahaha, funny photo! Have a great weekend too Bella. xo d
Rosa said…
Love it super cute pic :)
Have a happy da


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Anonymous said…
OMG I LOVE THIS!
Allison said…
Omg, Bella - could you be any more stunning? You're gorgeous and I just adore you (and I always have hair envy when I look at your blog!). xox
FASHION ICE said…
super cute pic, love it!!
jeanine romo said…
Love the look!! I'm so digging on the floppy hats :)
Olive Cooper said…
You too! Your style is breathtaking, Bella. Your skin, hair, shoes, everything is OMG. You even have the pout to back it all up. Fuck. Girl crushing!


XOOXOOXOXOX
Very chic and fabulous! Lovely shot and post!
Jen said…
That hat is adorable!!
Anonymous said…
I love your blog. You have absolutely flawless style! This si adorable.

Way to capture the chicness of the 70s with pure bliss!
Anonymous said…
I love your blog. You have absolutely flawless style! This si adorable.

Way to capture the chicness of the 70s with pure bliss!
Violet said…
lol this is cute!

you have a good weekend too

XX
Vi from Cali
Dylana Suarez said…
You, too! I love how you accessorize!

xoxo,

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Natalie Suarez said…
cute! i love the hat! :)

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red's chic said…
great pic!!!!!
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KaLi said…
Lovely!!

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sweet said…
this is such an adorable photo Bella...love it!!!

you look so cute!!!

Kisses
Sweet
PensandLens
The Dandizette said…
Lol if this was in black and white you could seriously believe it was from the 1970s, LOVE it. The floppy hat is amazing, I got one off of Asos but it just doesn't look right x
LADYPLAY said…
thanks you too! very ice blog
Alex said…
Ya gorgeous, babay!!!!!! I love you, girlfy!
Tyler said…
Stunning!
silvia Navarro said…
ME HA GUSTADO MUCHO TU POST!!!!
GENIAL!!!!
XX
You choose only unique original things. What an eye. I LOVE your blog.

How did you come up with that clever name?

Leon
I love your hair -- it is your best asset.

The Red Queen

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