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I've had these boots since 90s grunge was practically a statewide mandate, and for whatever reason they unvaryingly treat me like their new best friend.  I'm really drawn to the way the dirty leather construction reinforces and transforms the overall outfit aesthetic. Annnd while visiting my friendly neighborhood metaphysical bookstore, I discovered the mother of all Egyptian necklaces, which solicited one of those uncontrollably audible squeals.

(H&M tank, Forever 21 skirt, Vintage combat boots and ankh bracelet, Ray-Ban Aviator sunglasses, Pathways slouchy bag)

Comments

Alex said…
You look so gorgeous! I love that first picture. And the necklace matches the skirt perfectly!
ediot said…
hey girl you look so great in this outfit.
adore the skirt so much
x
Jemy Tinsay said…
I love how you matched your girly dress with a pair of combat boots! It toughened up the look. =)

I'm diggin' your Egyptian-inspired bracelet. =)
Bella Harris said…
You guys are the BEST!!!
her persona said…
cute outfit! love the glasses

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Love your outfit and this boots!
thanks for your lovely comment!if you want,we can keep in contact:)
xoxo cris
Denise Pacurar said…
LOVE your boots!!!

xoxo Denise

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(Your newest follower :) )
Clara Turbay said…
Hippie chic. I love it. I like this blog. please check out mine.

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Sara said…
Hi dear, thank you for fallowing my blog, your blog is lovely, you have an awesome style, and I’m now a follower and I have to say I love these photos because your outfit is awesome, I adore the combination of skirt and boots!

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So beautiful! Love your style.

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madzia said…
you have great hair:)
madzia said…
you have great hair:)
the skirt is awesome.

Helen, x
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Sara. said…
love this look.
im loving the light floral, stunning sunnies!
Love the skirt looking fabulous as ever :)

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