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Basically, this week's been a wasteland of 'sick girl' essentials, water, juice, vitamins, I don't feel good, water, juice, more vitamins, I don't feel good... lather, rinse, repeat. All I can say is thank God for sweet boyfriends and Valentine date nights fueled by silliness, Sangria, and plenty of other tasty liquids because the last few days just haven't been the greatest. 
Nevertheless, on the brighter side, a few weeks ago the amazing team over at Smashion interviewed me for their website and now that it's live, you can read the feature HERE!
Random thought: The walking shots in this set kind of remind me of the The Beatles.

(Dylan and George jeans, Dena Tibetan Lamb scarf, H&M polka dot top, Alex and Vina black agate stone ring, Vintage Ralph Lauren military blazer and draped striped cardigan, Forever 21 heels)

Comments

Doni Brown said…
I love this!!! You look amazing!!!

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Anonymous said…
Perfect styling! You are gorgeous
kate funk said…
Feel better! Gorgeous photos!

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love the outfit and your scarf is amazing
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hearttypat said…
now that u mention it, yes, i think the walking sots remind me of the beatles too!
Alex said…
Beatles girlfriend, I especially love the third shot! And I'm thankful for sweet girlfriends, too! I love you, and I hope today's nap made you feel a bit better...
cinthia said…
I'm so loving your whole 70's/ Beatles vibe going on
FASHION SPREADS said…
Love your jacket
Glamour Bbey. said…
I love everything about this look!
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Tori said…
Wow love these photos! Your style is always better and better and better! I love your blog so much, Bella! Feel better soon.

Kisses
Liana said…
love that blazer with the boa, and i totally agree about the beatles comment! congrats on the interview, hope you feel better soon!

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paz said…
I love this¡¡¡
Un abrazo.Paz
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That flash of white fur makes this all look so surreal

Hope you get better soon!
Jana said…
i like your jacket and your outfit is great :)
Katz NYC said…
Hah! Reminded me of the Beatles shot too. You look great.

Have a great weekend! What a lovely day was it today.
FASHION CHALET said…
Loooong time :) hey you!

LOVE the polka dots, thanks for the comment.


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Valerie said…
Love your blog, I am a new follower. h
Natalie Suarez said…
super cute! i really love the flares! :)

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Gorgeous. Love your blog. Now following. Hope you'll follow me back.


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The.Red.See said…
Great photos! Great outfit too!
Chelsea Lauren said…
LOVE LOVE LOVE this outfit, definitely a chic beatle's/60 vibe, and you rock it to perfection.

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