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Opted for the JC Soiree in silver instead of clear. (Red/green/blue/suede here. Clear here and black here
Painting Melt with a stack of bracelets (Rainbow tweed c/o Copper Etiquette)
I swear, my roses belong in an issue of Better Homes & Gardens. They're just so whimsical and gorgeous!
Playing Mina with Bram Stoker's fangs and vintage rosaries. 
Beetlejuice stripes always, always, always. (c/o We Love Colors)
Vintage Ann Taylor shoes.
Alkemie scarab cuff (my sister's) and water soluble oil paints next to the little book of people I want to punch in the face. (More styles here and here


Comments

moonstyle said…
inspiring pics ;)
Kia Sue said…
lovely post :)
Amazing!!!
Violet said…
Omg I looked at the teal version and I want to lick them but the black is so bad ass! And the drawing is perfection as are alllll your others.

-violet

Alex said…
Love that rainy rose, especially!

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