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Lydia Shoe Hat x ENVI Shoes


 I'm know many of you have heard of ENVI Shoes new program, and I can't believe I'm lucky enough to be the first Guest Blogger on Fashion ENVI!! This is such an incredible team to work with, and I couldn't be happier. What an awesome feeling it is to see my artwork and writing showcased... I'll be dancing around like a fool all day, I'm sure. So please take a look at my article, South of my ankles, featuring a list of ENVI favorites and my new illustration, Lydia Shoe Hat!

This puts a whole new spin on my will work for shoes concept... anyway, I hope you like it!

Comments

Beautiful illustration. You never cease to amaze with your artwork. :)

xox Courtney Michele
http://rarereveuse.blogspot.com
Lauren said…
LOVE LOVE LOVE it! Incredible work..you are such a talent and beauty.
Thomasina said…
Absolutely beautiful girl!
Alex said…
So proud of you, my love! Beautiful color!
Great pic!
amazing work! congratz :)
ciao ciao from Rome
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Invettia said…
Hi Bella!
I've been a long time follower of your blog and it's really something to see how far you've come. The first time you posted a your art I was like oh yeah, she's gonna be so great at this.

You are so talented and everything about your blog is perfect!!!!
kisses ♡
Great illustration! Love it.
All the best
Midnight Couture Girls
Couture Carrie said…
Absolutely amazing illustration, darling!
Love it!

xoxox,
CC
Retromus-ik said…
I checked out your piece. I adore the way you write even more than I do your fabulous style...and that's saying a lot! Lovely drawing as well:)
Claire M. said…
Beautiful work! I love it ;)

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