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It's burlesque


Remember a few weeks back when I mentioned collaboraing with my mom for the undertaking of a big closet makeover challenge? Well, I've been meaning to share this for a while, so here's little sneak peek to bring you up to date on the final outcome that is absolute heaven. There have already been moments when I've caught myself just sitting there, gazing around with eyes wide as saucers, soaking up the unparalleled surreality of actually having a dream closet that seems more like a burlesque dressing room. I'll post the before and after shots very soon... hope everyone's having a great weekend!

Comments

Tali said…
WOW! A picture that would take an hour to look at to appreciate all of your shoes)) perfect collection!

xx
Tali for Fetishist's Notes
Bella Harris said…
Awww, thank you Tali!!
Dani A. said…
AmaZingg shoe collection!! every girl's dream closet!!:)
Isi said…
I LOVE LOVE LOVE your shoes !!!!!



great!!!
Alex said…
Woooooooooooooooow...looks like every girl's dream. The internet is going to be jealous.
miamanson said…
amazing! i love all those shoes!
Vera said…
wow! I'm so jalous

<3
veronicaa said…
OH my GOODNESS i can't stop staring at it i want every single pair your collection is to DIE for!!!!

xo veronica
my passion for fashion
fashi0npassi0n.blogspot.com
Adele said…
this looks amzing! I dont understand whats going on because I haven't been online in so long! Explain! I just see lots of JC that i want!
There is a word for this..SHOEGASM! Incredible..stunning and drool worthy!

xx
Andy
The Black Label
augustalolita said…
wow!! you have so many amazing shoes!! i would love to have a shelf like this too!! wow hehe <3
Claire M. said…
I love the shoes :)
Life's a shoe said…
WOW! Shoe Heaven!!!!!!!! I love the shelves too, did you put it up yourself? I love the little iron detail underneath each shelf
Juliet said…
Wow, that's one hell of an impressive collection! I am jealous.
x
http://julesandclem.blogspot.com/
Lucia said…
and these are all your shoes?! oh my god, you are so lucky. each and every pair look amazing. xx
www.whothefuckismickjagger.blogspot.com
Liz Lizo said…
Major shoe envy right now. You have an amazing collection.
Francesca said…
WOAH! THATS LIKE HEAVEN!

XX
Tegan said…
OH. MY. GOD....

i just fell over and died...


which is a shame cause i really want to analyse every pair of shoes...
DaBlackSjp said…
OMG <3

http://dablacksjp.blogspot.com/
priskillan said…
........ to be honest. I must have stared for a good ten minutes. I'm in love with your shoes.

GOODNESS. you have an excellent taste in shoes.

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