Love this look, especially the toenail color!Sallyhttp://ursaminor-sally.blogspot.com/
What program do you use to edit your photos? Really great photo editing skills dvrling ;)KeepItFvncy,M.E.
oh man! luckygrrl!
Great outfit! from head to toe seriously even your hair and nail polish rule! <3http://www.SkinandWood.etsy.com/http://www.SkinandWood.etsy.com/http://www.SkinandWood.etsy.com/Skin & Wood Vintage,Rosemary
Congrats! Perfect spring/summer shoe! (Hope this makes up for the stupidity of the French.)Who would have thunk that leather leggings and tops would become such wardrobe staples...
Jealous. JEALOUS!!! I want them so bad. You have no idea. The closest I can afford is the Lucky Brand version :| and I still haven't bought myself a pair. FML.
YESSSS good purchase. Seeing that just gave me a thrill. So pumped for Celine right now.X Cristina
I bet the essay was really good.I'd love these shoes in black, nothing beats a shoe that doubles as a weapon.
amazing as always !
you make a true and awesome philophile.
That nailpolish is incredible. I could never wear teal on my toenails without looking like I had some gross disease, but you pulled it off perfectly.
That sheer shirt looks prettty cool:)
Philo forever! THose shoes look amazing!xxhttp://blondeonblondenyc.blogspot.com/
Yeah, leather capes were kinda made for you. No, seriously. They were. Sidenote, I just saw a version of those clogamajigs at the bottom in Bakers last night. I was shocked.
did you cut your hair? looks good
Ah, I covet those shoes. Enjoy for me.
love the shoes !!!!xxxxhttp://anexceptiontomyrule.blogspot.com/
I love the construction on the shoe, and how everything blatantly states its purpose. And now I sound like a total dork. Ah well.♥ Ripped Nylon ♥
I think you summed up my feelings for this post and your outfit with the "Yeah dude!!" haaa sometimes there are just no other words. xo www.fashion-feline.blogspot.com
Leather cape......I just want to die.Or just get some leather and do it myself LOL!!
I really love the fact that you have such a strong focus on footwear, like you find appreciation in various collections and then the part you adopt in to your life is the footwear. I am not sure I would have been drawn to those shoes on their own myself, but when I think about it as an artful encapsulation of the ideas behind that whole collection, the design value is fully comprehended and admired. I think the most important thing I personally get out of loving collections is new-to-me combinations of colours, textures, and fabrics (although the longer I study that, the more I recognize the cycles, and then maybe what's interesting is how the cycles morph in proportions.)
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