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Coral shades that vanish


Preface: The sun is finally shining!

Another day another thunderstorm, you'd never know it by these pictures but I'm not really into pink, my trashed and since retired umbrella has seen better days, I sold the spikes and have moved on to better things like octopus bracelets or flamingos that aren't pink, I love the whimsy of the second image, seems almost magical, I don't think it's ever going to stop raining here, wind in my hair, encompassed by green and dirty puddles meant for stomping, ruffles, coral, that's all.

Please help support the St. Louis Tornado and Flood Relief Efforts by visiting http://www.redcrossstl.org
 
 
(Target Go International dress, Zinc platforms, H&M tights, Nasty Gal Vintage bracelet, Forever 21 jacket, TJ Maxx scarf) 

Comments

miamanson said…
nice post!
Anonymous said…
You are so stunning!
Beautiful dress dear! xx
Louise said…
Love the colour of this dress! x
Sere no Sekai said…
wonderful outfit! xoxo
Lauren said…
AMAZING OUTFIT! I so love your style..and these pics..WOW!!
The Seeker said…
So COOL as per usual :)

Hope all is great with you, darling.

By the way I’m hosting a giveaway on my blog, drop by you might find it interesting and enter, thanks.

xoxo
Juillet Clair said…
Lovely blog!
great style :D
I'm now following
hope we can follow each other

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H Rija said…
love your outfit and great colour combo!
You have a great blog and I wondering if you want to follow each other

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katieafox said…
Gorgeous! I love a good chunky heel and that spikey bracelet is so awesome! Might have to go on a hunt for one... x
wow you really do know how to take pictures, just beautiful!


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camerafilmroll said…
Loving the pop of color!
Samantha said…
Love the outfit! Your hair SO gorgeous! I wish my hair were still that long!

Thanks for visiting my blog! :o)

-Samantha

http://thisfashionista.blogspot.com
The outfit is beautiful!!The rings and the bracelet looks stunning
Your bracelet is RAD!! Love it!

XO Charlotte
www.thefashionguitar.com
Coralie said…
I love your dress !


You have a nice blog :)

If you like french fashion, you should visit mine, and maybe follow if you like it (means the world to me !) :)


xx



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Love your Shoes, you look so Fab as always :)
Rose said…
Beautiful! x

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