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in one fell swoop.

The last few days, I've been exquisitely under the weather as all those lovely bouts of insatiable coughing and insomnia leaves me looking crazier than ever... trust me, it's been a real beauty pageant around here. But even though Mr. Feellike Crappers is still in town, I'm attempting to catch-up with everything and everyone. In the meantime, please check out my Gadfly Blogger of the Month Feature! And I'm super excited to tell you that I'm soon to have my own editorial column, so I'll be setting that up and getting you all the information on how and where you can read my weekly articles!  Yay!
Now, you all know how much I adore Alex and Vina, and if you haven't yet fallen completely in-love with this handmade jewelry then be sure to head over to the online boutique because tomorrow (December 3rd) marks the big reveal of Jeanine's amazing winter collection. Now's the perfect time to stock up for the holidays and it gets even better because if you use the coupon code ILOVEVINTAGE, you can save 20% off your purchase. The coupon is only good through Sunday, December 5 at 11:59 pm PST, so get shopping!
~Lots of pictures coming soon, showcasing my gorgeous Alex and Vina pieces!
~Much love and many thanks to Annie Spandex and Jeanine Romo!!

P.s. I'm doing a Holiday Swag-bag Giveaway when I hit 1000 Facebook fans so please help make this possible by following my page! ♥♥

(Collage: more Christmas wishing. Adam Jones fur coat, TSUMORI CHISATO sweater, The Boyfriend 1957 loved jeans, Mary Frances hall of fame shoulder bag, Topshop shearling coat and ballet flats, Blue Jeffrey Campbell Lita platforms, Pendleton Dopp bag and decorative pillows, Lanvin x H&M everything) 


Ohh I can´t wait to see your own editorial page that´ll be awesome!!

P.S. Mr. feel-like crap was trying to come my way...lucikly I took him down with a serious attack of pills xD
Congratulations Bella! x
ediot said…
hi lovely. congratulation.
this is such a nice post darling.
off to check out the jewelry now.
hope you're having a good week
Doni Brown said…
So happy for you! Can't wait for the contest!
diane said…
Hope you feel better soon Bella. xo d
jeanine romo said…
Love the post! Congrats on the Gadfly feature!!
Marissa said…
Oh wow an editorial column! Seriously!
This post is fabulous. You deserve all the features Bella. Congrats! And wow, LOVE your collage!!!

Alex said…
LOVE the collage, baby! And congratulations on EVERYTHING!!!!! You deserve it.

Everyone become a fan of Vintage Lollipops on Facebook!
Deva said…
Love this post! You are one of my favorite bloggers. I'll be sure to follow you on facebook!
Job well done!!!
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