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Vogue, Cher, and Jane Austen


Could hardly resist coupling this gorgeous cobalt Confection dress (Thank you, Jordette!!) with my new Chloe sandals. They seem to have an instinctive Cher and Dionne destiny that needed a Jane Austen novel and September Vogue. 

(Dress c/o Copper Etiquette. Similarly pretty here and here. Maybelline Colorsensational Lipcolor in Nearly There

Comments

Really lovely dress and shoes, and I love how the photos - so creative :)
xx
Maria
www.fashion-infatuation.com
Kia Sue said…
looks amazing, I love the dress!!
moonstyle said…
i like the dress...gorgeous color :)
Wow. That's so incredibly pretty.
Lauren said…
Looove the dress! xx

-Lauren

http://adornlafemme.blogspot.com/
Bostonista said…
I love these photos! Such a pretty dress and the Chloe's are TO DIE!
xo

Kara
www.thebostonista.com
Alex said…
Beautiful pics, baby!

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