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Hands in hair and lace walking


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(DIY Seven For All Mankind jeans, Vintage Pendleton blazer and leaf cuff, Forever 21 heels, ring, and rosary, T.J.Maxx zipper clutch, Target tee)

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Bella Harris said…
Aw, thank you... I can't wait to share it! xoxxo
Rosa said…
Bella, I love the pants with the red blazer

xx
Rosa

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Alex said…
Baby, I love that color on you. You look so good!
Claire M. said…
I really love the jeans! where did you buy it?
cherie said…
your hair looks amazing! and that red blazer looks so striking on you as well. following your blog now :)

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Lauren said…
gaaahhhh, love this blazer and those jeans are INSANE! You look stunning btw!

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FASHION ICE said…
ahh those jeans are epic! amazing look!
The blazer looks great on you!
Heather said…
Great photos, love the outfit. x


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MAGDArling said…
i love ur blazer!

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xxx
Rosa Pel said…
nice outfit i like your blazer
M & Em said…
You are GORGEOUS! The color of that blazer is so stunning, it makes a classic piece so much fun! And the jeans are awesome, I've never seen anything like them!

xoxo
Em

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