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Idle moments, lasting sunshine, backseat boredom romper-room, windblown tresses, and the perfect sheer kimono shawl I'm determined to pair with everything.


(Zelda military tuxedo jacket, Vintage Levis, rings, and rosary, Kimono drape shawl c/o Thompson Fifteen, gifted Alkemie cobra necklace, Forever 21 studded/spiked bracelets and crucifix prism necklace, Proenza Schouler sunglasses)  


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Pippa Larkspur said…
I love your blog so much! I follow it and your tumblr!
Shauna said…
adore the jacket and those rings are making me lose my mind.
Blicious said…
gorgeous! loving your accessories!

xoxo
b
Kayleigh said…
Wow I love this jacket,beautiful detailling and luxe velvety fabric.
Following your fabulous blog x
Alex said…
Gorgeous outfit, baby! You look AMAZING!!!! <3
Kayleigh said…
Thanks so much for stopping by my blog and for taking the time to comment back.
Thanks so much for your feedback it means a lot x
Like :)
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AestheticJungle said…
gorgeous outfit!
now a follower of your lovely blog :)
xx

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