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Jeans that talk to you

I was so excited when my friend Aly, one of the sweetest people I know and shop owner of RUYA, told me she was sending over a pair of jeans for me to style and photograph! Within a few days, the box arrived at my front step, and like a kid on Christmas morning, I reached in and unveiled the funkiest and sorta Balmain inspired vintage jeans from their postal packaging... glitter infested and ready to wear. I wanted to maintain the distinctive attitude they instantly exude, so I paired them with a non-distracting basic tee and this beautiful Victorian cloak I found last year.   
She's always adding new and unique items to her online store, so if you haven't shopped Right Up Your Aly, you should definitely head over and check it out!  

(Hale Bob wedges, Elizabeth & James snake ring, Vintage necklace and clutch, Forever 21 pearl rosary, Ray-Ban aviator sunglasses)  

Comments

wow those jeans are fabulous!!! Amazing, incredible so glam!

xx
Andy
The Black Label
jeanine romo said…
These are awesome, Bella!! You wear them well! Aly is such a sweetheart!!

xx,
Jeanine
Kori said…
Gorgeous post! I'm hosting a blog hop tomorrow for my second Fashion Friday. I'd love you to link up if you're interested. Have a great day! Kori xoxo

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DustyRose said…
very cute jeans and the shoes are amazing!!!
I love your blog. Your style and vibe are great, really edgy and fresh. Love these jeans. Check mine out at

http://clothesovercarbs.blogspot.com/

Follow back if you like it. id appreciate the support!
Anonymous said…
Absolutely stunning!
Aly said…
i adore you Bells and you rocked these jeans to the fullest! Glad you like xxxx_Aly
Lauren said…
Bella you look stunning. Love the jeans! Love the look!

Kisses
Dear, you are lucky to have these jeans.
I absolutely like it.
Anonymous said…
Amazign styling..you make those jeans want to talk! LOVE it!
CHESCA said…
You look stunning! Those pants are amazing! And your shoes... oh dear, WANT!!!!!!! WANT with all my heart!
Alex said…
I love how these look on you, my love! Aly did very well!
Jasmin said…
those jeans are PHENOMENAL! so unusual! and i love how you've styled them x
Sol said…
Fabulous, Love the shoes :)
Sol said…
You look Fabulous, Love the shoes :)
Anonymous said…
Those are incredible Bella..you make them even more fab!

Kisses
Roxy Heart said…
Great jeans! Love your shoes!
http://www.fashuhneestah.com/
BlueVanilla said…
Way cute! They are definitely talking! Im digging those wedges also!
xx
Hot Pink Day

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