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Encourage our wandering


Classic color palette togetherness... I meant to post these a while back.

It was close to impossible to defy the wiles of curiosity and random wandering when I spotted the 'No Access' stairway sign so flagrantly posted to keep itinerant outlanders at bay. In fact, you would've thought it was an 'All Access' invitation by my um, accidental abandonment of hotel regulation.


(Vintage blouse, and rosary, Proenza Schouler sunglasses, Pathways tiger's eye ring, F21 skirt, necklace, and heels)

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Doni Brown said…
Love the sunglasses!!!

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Emma said…
Amazing outfit! and really beautifully shot aswell! Love your blog!
Nicole said…
You look amazing Bella!
Liana said…
love this look! black and white are so classic, never can go wrong with that combo!

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FASHION ICE said…
really like those awesome shades!
Life's a shoe said…
another great outfit, love the skirt!
Great outfit! You look fab!!!
Alex said…
I'll encourage you wandering into my arms. I love the first picture of you, baby.
Love the outfit! awesome! im going to follow youu!
xoxo cris
Jaclyn said…
Great outfit, a black and white combo always looks so good. Cool glasses too!
Gracinha said…
Love that skirt :)

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