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He said, "Follow the tracks when you feel lost."


No nonsense basics for no nonsense days.


(Vintage blazer, DIY vintage Calvin Klein cut-offs, Target t-shirt, Isaac Mizrahi suede boots)

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stunning xo
ediot said…
love this look! you look stunning girl!
xx
FASHION ICE said…
that blazer is fabulous. and yes, you really can't go wrong w/those denim shorts!
Anonymous said…
lovlovelove
Allison said…
That blazer is absolutely beyond - you pull it off perfectly! You're too gorgeous, dear Bella! xox
augustalolita said…
wonderful outfit and photos!! i love your shorts and boots <3
Malu Swartjes said…
Lovely photos! Love the shorts:D

Xx

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You look great!!
Alex said…
No-nonsense beauty from my no-nonsense girlfriend!
Kelly-Ann said…
Gorgeous. I love the boots.

I'm scared of those train cross roads. They've given me the creeps since I was little. You look like a fuckn' badass standing there ;)
thisgirlbeck said…
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thisgirlbeck said…
love it

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sajuki said…
amazing look ;)
Lucia said…
lovely outfit, love the leopard print. also, your artwork is beautiful, you are truly talented!

Http://whothefuckismickjagger.blogspot.com
Dylana Suarez said…
Looking beautiful!

xoxo,

colormenana.blogspot.com
Denise Pacurar said…
Love the leopard top and you are a great artist!! Wow I'm blown away by your work!

xoxo Denise

http://allthingsnew-denise.blogspot.com/
madzia said…
nice set :)
Andee Layne said…
obsessed with those shorts! xo
M & Em said…
Those are some of the hottest cutoffs I've ever seen. The way they're so shredded is so edgy. And your boots are gorgeous. Such a great, versatile shoe! And you look super pretty.

xoxo
Em

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