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The tallow candles gave way to love potions

Taking a transitory weekend reprieve from anything remotely internet related (at least that's the plan, but who am I kidding) so I can frolic jovially about my birthday carnival/glow in the dark mini golf with the ones I love.
Just a few things I'm anxious to post and share later... happy weekend everyone!

(Karl Donoghue Shearling collar, Preen biker skinnies, Dolce Vita booties, Ann Demeulemeester barbed wire leather necklace, Elizabeth and James Cantilever ring, Low Luv x Erin Wasson necklace, Alexander Wang romper and bag, Cheap Monday cut-out tunic, Jeffery Campbell wedges, Stella McCartney tap pants, Pamela Love ring, Noir Jewelry bangle.)

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