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I have a sweet tooth.
Stephani, owner and jewelry designer of Glamorous Republik, sent over a few pieces from her magical collection and everything reminds me of a pretty little candy cliffhanger you can't wait to get back to. With a flirtatious aesthetic that's hard to resist, they meld effortlessly into the various styles and silhouettes already existing within my wardrobe. To make things even sweeter, there's the aggregate structure of beads and charms that balance every last glamorous detail, and each time I look at them, I notice something I hadn't before. I love that.

What inspires your collection?
One of my favorite places to visit is Melrose Ave, in California. Many girls there are always dressed edgy and punk, however they look so put together and pretty at the same time. They may have piercings, chains, and tattoos all over them, but also have light pink hair, a pretty dress, and hello kitty hair bows at the same time. While visiting again this summer, I got the inspiration to do Glam Rokk. I thought it would be nice to have a pretty line with a punk edge just like the people that I thought were so cute and interesting in Melrose.

What can we anticipate seeing for the New Year?
I am always looking for more pretty and unique beads for new lines. I have started working on my next line called 'Tea Party', and it will be pink and girly. The line will also include floral beads, white Lucite cubes that look like fine china, and royal blue mixed in. Something every girl will need to own at least one piece of.



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(Lover dress, Vintage leopard bag and fox tail, Proenza Schouler sunglasses, Jeffrey Campbell Lita platforms, H&M tights, Miss Sixty shearling bomber jacket, random new and vintage rings, Glamorous Republik necklace and bracelet)

Comments

FP said…
Your blog is interesting. I had the great pleasure of visiting him.
Best wishes
Alex said…
You look sooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooo good, babe! Love the pony-tail on the girlfriend. Great pictures.
Wow those shoes are fab!

toya

x
Allison said…
That jewelry is gorgeous! It's whimsy and yet so chic and beautiful at the same time. And you get more and more gorgeous with each photo you put up! (And you always give me crazy hair/shoe envy!).
You're wonderful, darling Bella!
Violet said…
you know i have thing for leopard so i adore that bag of yours and im smitten with the side ponytail lol

I like how girly the necklace hopefully you will share more of here pieces

XX
Vi from Cali
Eva said…
Oh, you look wonderful, I love your white dress and the leopard bag. The pictures awesome.
Muaks
SAMANTHA said…
ah i envy your JCs!! awesome outfit. i really love your sunglasses


xx
www.dragonnfruit.com
Marissa said…
you look gorgeous and i love your dress with the bomber!! side pony rocks btw!
Glamour Bbey. said…
I love your tights and shoes! Great outfit dear xx
Bog-Bog said…
Love the dress so much!
Bonnie said…
Your sunglasses remind me of Lady Gaga. <3

http://glamkittenslitterbox.blogspot.com/
Lauren said…
Awesome post! I LOVE your effortless sense of style and you make those necklaces look even more amazing!

Kisses Bella
BlueVanilla said…
Side ponytail! Awesome!! Love this look!
xx


Enter my M.A.C Giveaway!
gorgeous dress & necklace. x


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I'm saving for the Campbells...

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Sara. said…
this look is simply amazing:)
Fashionista* said…
You look lovely
helga said…
Great style!)))
DaBlackSjp said…
Nice look, you are really glamorousssss!

http://dablacksjp.blogspot.com
SOO cute!! LOVES IT!!!

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