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Lace, Tulle & Buttons


Yikes!I have been missing in action and you can blame it on too much fun over the weekend.Anyways, couple weeks ago i decided to resurrect the tulle skirt i wore last halloween (see post here.).Without tights, the skirt was too short and i was uncomfortable in it.Thankfully,the wind was on my side and behaved itself.



Happy hump day!

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  1. Love love...n that clutch OMG!!!

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  2. love the outfit.
    that clutch is gorge! <3

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  3. I love the tule. Last three weeks i saw something like this in a shop but i was doubting if it was gonna be nice.Finally i left the skirt for another one. I feel like I wanna regret my choice cuz there are no more in the shop.It's really nice on you. But I still love my skirt, check it out on
    http://laseulewilfried.blogspot.com/2011/08/i-got-no-title-for-this-so-so-sorry.html?spref=fb

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  4. @ Sara Tee not DIY.It is thrifted

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  5. hunnie dat is one short skirt. thank goodness d wind behaved itself. u look so pretty. and i love the lace top. i also assumed the purse was DIY. oh well someone else DIYed it lol.

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  6. hotttt! love everything and I want that bag!

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  7. The button clutch is so cute, :)

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  8. LOVE your look at your clutch. I also love the picture in the background. I have that as my computer screensaver. Great taste :-)

    ~Nic

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  9. So in love with your clutch. Its damn gorgeous.

    http://myafricancloset.wordpress.com/

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  10. You look insanely good! You left me speechless!

    You should check out our giveaway! I think you may like it!

    hugs and kisses by Mani.

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  11. U look great. Ur makeup is stunning.

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  12. so cute, i love the outfit and that clutch!!

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  13. so cute, i love the outfit and that clutch!!

    you're very cute

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