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This is what i wore to meet with the Lord this past Sunday :0)



 Playing with color

ignore the funny leg pose






Top:Micheal Kors, Skirt: H & M, Necklace :Hausa guy @ Tejuosho Market & Clutch:Primark

Comments

  1. Looking good Ms B! So whats the original color of the top :-)

    Next thing you would wonder why the man next to you was having a hard time paying attention to the pastor's sermon :-)

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  2. I love Michael Kors tops. My new fave!

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  3. You look fab! Hmmm, I need to make more of an effort at church :D

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  4. oh i love everything you're wearing. thanks for following me. i follow you too!

    http://cherylclarke.blogspot.com

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  5. I love it and the leg is ok :)

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  6. @ Anonymous...ha!ha...the color is mustard yellow
    @ Ms Diva...shud i say Mrs Diva...i see you!
    @ everyone else *blush*

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  7. I love the outfit and particularly love the second picture...very cutesy

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  8. me lovin' the blue shirt , you got to show me how you did the color change.

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  9. fun pictures! love all the color options :)

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  10. Thank guys!

    @ Ciaa i used photoshop...just use the lasso tool and trace the area you want to change and then use CTRL + U to change the color

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  11. cute outfit :). like the color changes.

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  12. FUN TIMES!! u r cute as a button:)

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  13. I love the original color!!!
    ... very happy blog! I must follow it! :)

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  14. Cute outfit!

    http://initialed.blogspot.com

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  15. I love the clutch, i love the shoes...i love the outfit!

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  16. love the outfit!!! didn't figure u as a short skirt wearing chic lol.. u hve changed lmao!!!

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  17. Omg Ibi, i have really changed!!LOL

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