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With the start of a new year and a new accessories collection, my friend Aly sent over these beautiful handmade earrings from her RUYA shop! The organic, slightly bohemian, aesthetic of these particular pieces definitely imparts the wistful notion of me wearing them in, oh I don't know, Morocco perhaps.  To see more of her amazing designs, make sure to visit RUYA!   

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nice post, cool images.
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Anonymous said…
love it Bells, thanks for the shout out love.~Aly
Violet said…
ohhh thats so cool that your friends send you free things. lucky girl.

nice drawings btw!


-Violet
Svenja said…
Your pencils stuck in a skull! That's so amazing!!!
The drawings and the jewelry are also great, i like them very much.
Diana(Dina) said…
Love your blog, so I'm a new follower =)
Like it ...specially the portraits are excellent.

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Joanna S. said…
beautiful photos ! <3
Lucija said…
The illustrations are so perfect!!

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Lucija
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