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Dear So-and-So, I want my coat back.



Apart from the fact that it was bordering glacial temperatures while we zealously scoured the city for every vintage shop available in downtown Denver, I'm trying to remember exactly where these shots were taken. All I know is that I walked inside freezing my ass off, and walked out with the most unbelievable (vintage 60's) powder-blue fur coat. I miss that thing, pity I sold it on eBay.

(DKNY drape cardigan, Forever 21 heels and rhinestone necklace, Badgley Mischka bag, random mess of jewelry, Miley Cyrus & Max Azria leopard jeans, gifted lace assym tank)

Comments

that jeans is perfect for you!

X
Breanne said…
All those bracelets are gorgeous!!

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Lauren said…
Bella Bella Bella, you are drop dead gorgeous, girrrl.

Love your amazing styling as always.
Annie Spandex said…
Wal-Mart jeans? For real? SO GOOD!!
Violet said…
i wish i could say that bag was mind so i could ask for it back lol

you look great altogether not freezing at all

XX
Vi from Cali
89outtakes said…
uhh I love it!
Anonymous said…
I want eveything you are wearing.
Liana said…
nice outfit, very edgy and kind of rocker looking...love the photos too, nice guitar! is it yours?
aw tbat sucks you sold your coat, but now that just means you can buy a new one! :p
Ariadne said…
Lovely style!
FASHION ICE said…
loving all the great bracelets!
Blicious said…
Love your jeans!!

xoxo
b
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Anonymous said…
Favorite! Beautiful combination.
ediot said…
hello love. how are you?
nice outfit. you're looking great in black dear

xx
sweet said…
you always seem to captivate me every now and then with your gorgeous and stunning look Bella...

totally beautiful inside and out...

Kisses
Sweet
PensandLens
BlueVanilla said…
Grrr some things are easy to let go of...sometimes though you kick yourself...you look awesome!
xx

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MaryAnn - Boots said…
Great blog! I've read a few posts here today, and wanted to leave at least one comment. I'll be back!

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