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midnight 2010


Robotically brooding over the contents of my closet while resolving what exactly to garb myself in really shouldn’t become a national crisis, but ya know, sometimes it is what it is. I should probably issue a sparkle dress mandate for the Nye’s party and call it a night… or better yet (insert lightbulb), just throw on some Monrow loungewear and leave everyone in complete bewilderment.

Currently styling and accessorizing:
Rodarte for Target dress
Betsey Johnson wrapped chain bracelet
Jeffrey Campbell clinic boots
Topshop bunny ears and blush satin bralette
YSL deep blue nail polish

Daydreaming about:
Alexander McQueen skull double wrap charm bracelet
Marni glitter flower
Moschino Cheap & Chic clutch

Corking a bottle of Dom PĂ©rignon at the stroke of midnight...
Cheers to all the possibilities of 2010!
x

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