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If you find time to ruffle


Woke up feeling exponentially girly. Add multiple layers and blend until smooth. Currently in the process of six new drawings. Yay! Bakers suede fringe boots are still good to me. Always immortalize interesting light-filled puddles. Need to take vitamins immediately. Inspired by Jennifer Love Hewitt's Ghost Whisperer wardrobe. Never hesitate to wrap your midsection with a Victoria's Secret black satin robe's belt. Really need to remove myself from this desk chair and workout for 90 minutes.

(H&M ruffle vest, Forever 21 lace tunic, tulle skirt, jacket, and fabric/cross ring, Badgley Mischka bag, Vintage fox tail and black diamond ring, Bakers suede fringe boots, random sequin scarf and tights)

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--Sanam-- said…
Awesome outfit, i love that dress! :)


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Alice Lee said…
love your dress and bag :)
Dylana Suarez said…
Your dress is gorgeous!

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Glamour Bbey. said…
You look so lovely dear and the shots are great too! xx
diane said…
Yea!, more drawings! Bring em on.
You look cute, can't believe you're modeling out there in the icy cold though.
Blondie said…
This is adorable!!!! Love the photos. Have a great day! Kori xoxo
Eva said…
I love your outfit!
Lauren said…
Very nice Outfit....
andulis said…
i really love your blog! and your outfit! very cool!

andrea xx
Anonymous said…
Bella you are so gorgeous and this is one of my favorite outfits! It's beautiful!
Beenie said…
awesome tutu outfit !!

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Liana said…
omg this whole outfit is just perfect! the white lace tunic and skirt contrast perfectly with your leather jacket and fringe boots...love!

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micheal said…
your blog is so good, your have flawless style!
Alex said…
Exponentially girly...haha. Smokin' hot girlfriend, outfit, photos, writing, and blog! Love it.
Love the ruffles so so much

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hearttypat said…
90 min? no way!
SOFIA said…
love your blog1))
beautiful!! i love the dress and all the layers. you look great!!

love
sherry
Felix Curds said…
I really love this dress, so pretty:)
jeanine romo said…
In love with your dress!!!

xx,
Jeanine
I Live For It said…
ur dress is killer! I Live For It

Xx. Jewls and Liza
Anonymous said…
Ahhhhmazing!
DISTRIKMODE said…
Love the random mix going on in this ensemble!

:: Farrah @ DISTRIKMODE ::
VERONIQUE said…
i love your outfit *.*
You look gorgeous Bella!
xo
Closet Cravings said…
Loving all those beautiful layers. Beautiful. =)

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