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Diligently working in my new art studio, and absolutely loving the amount of natural, white light pouring in through the corner windows. And major love shouts to Vanessa, 24Blogazine's rockstar Editor-In-Chief, for granting me the Girl of the Month title!  If you haven't already, please head over and check out this amazing website... and while you're there, check out my features/interview, too! Hope everyone's having a fantastic weekend.    

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(Vintage skirt, Forever 21 sheer top, Jeffrey Campbell boots)

Comments

Brandon said…
WOW! nice blog.

check out mine? www.electricbrandon.com

follow it if you're into photography. Thanks.
Vanessa said…
What a beautiful image of you hard at work! Thnx for the love shout out ;)
congrats on the feature!
Kačí. said…
love your shoes!

http://de-generace.blogspot.com/
Alex said…
This is so cool, baby! Can't wait to be in there. I love you!
mom & son said…
Congrats, Dear!
what a lovely studio you have.

http://momfashionworld.blogspot.com/
Marissa said…
This is an amazing picture of you!

Kisses
CHESCA said…
Excited! Looking forward to it! <3
CHESCA said…
Also, congrats!

Such an amazing space to work too. Lovely photo!
Violet said…
oh i want a nice studio space! love this photo btw and congrats on the feature

XX
Vi from Cali
LittleRachael said…
Looks beautiful!

Check out my new outfit post and the handmade, vintage style necklaces I make :-)

Little Rachael Style
Little Rachael Style
Little Rachael Style
coy colleen said…
congrats on the title! well deserved :)
Francesca said…
those jeffrey campbell boots are fab

xoxo,
F

Le Kiss Kiss- Click Here!
AKB said…
Congratulations on the feature! That's an exciting development. Your studio looks great. You're really on the up and up! Too cool!
I found your blog through Vanessa. You have a lovely blog and def deserve the feature!


Grace

www.helloagainvintage.blogspot.com
Anonymous said…
Can't stop looking a this pic! You really brought high cards to this post Bella.

Ciao babe
Hi Bella!!
I´m a spanish design student ;)
Love your pictures!!
I follow u!! Thankxx for your visit!!
Paula
Retromus-ik said…
Beautiful studio! I didnt know you wrote a children's book!:O what's it called?
Hi Sweet,
love your blog! Follow you now!
If you like visit my blog...

X Milla

http://misspeppervintage.blogspot.com
Lauren said…
Truly inspiring, watch out New York here comes Bella!
Annie Spandex said…
What an inspiring workspace!! Beautiful... Congrats and love! xx
hi!!! Really beautifull outfit :-) i like it so so so much and also the place!!!
Fenny Wong said…
Wow, if I have a studio like that, I'll probably sketch all day. :D Jealous of you~ <3
Sick by Trend said…
I love you awesome blog!!! is so cool! Im following! Love this picture! :)

Look my blog and if you like it, follow me!

www.sickbytrend.com

xx

sBt
I love your boots!
you have a lovely blog, for this reason we want follow you!
Hope you love our!

:)

xx from Spain
Mellynator said…
lovely shoes!!! amazing pics
http://meldrasblog.blogspot.com/
Aryn said…
Wow, do you always dress this amazing for work? Haha!

A plus,
Aryn

http://driftwoodanddaydreams.blogspot.com/
Nalexander Wildeniest said…
I loooooooooooooooooove being in the new studio with you, my love! And you're doing such awesome work!!!!!!!
NICE PHOTO IT'S VERY COOL!!
XOXO
http://lejournaldeprada.blogspot.com
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