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I was supposed to be doing other things, but instead, ended up browsing through and simultaneously attempting to organize coffee stained documents and image folders.  It was actually kind of fun rediscovering stray pictures from previously posted sets, and thought it was worth sharing.
Of course, this also seemed like the perfect time to enlist your support and ask for your votes in refinery29's The Next Big Style Blogger contest! All you have to do is click the little pink heart beside my name (Bella from Eureka) to make your vote count.
And I just entered Alex and I in the David Yurman Valentine's Day Facebook contest, so if you could vote for us and our romantic little picture, that would be AMAZING! I know, I know, shameless self-promotion is sorta tacky, but your votes would mean so much to me!  
Today as promised: Check out Monday's Fashion Article, Ester in Wonderland: Little Rooms Cryptid Collection.

Comments

Beatriz said…
Bonito outfit :)

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Alice Lee said…
love your hair

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Lauren said…
Going to read it right now, Bella. Amazing picture! You look so cool. xox
Cool pictures..I like the way your hair looks here very nice

xx
Andy
Vanni said…
Ohh wow, beautiful picture.
hearttypat said…
good luck!!!
Glamour Bbey. said…
Awesome this picture!!
Anonymous said…
You look so beautiful as always. And good luck in r29!
coy colleen said…
cute headband & I also love the color of your nails!
congrats on being nominated, hoping you win!
Trendsetters said…
You're fantasti, I love your outfits!!

Really beautiful blog, we're following now, follow us back if you want!

xoxo
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Anonymous said…
Good luck, beautiful!
Alex said…
Look at that gorgeous girlfriend and gorgeous girlfriend hair...I love you!
Izzy said…
Your hair is AMAZING. love the headband too. Hope you visit back :)
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naomi said…
loving this.

naomi.
Alex said…
that's so beautiful!

xx
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