posted by jasmine at 8:54 AM
That's a lot of hair.I like the color of her top and her bag seems to have a nice shape.I'm always obsessing about handbags on this site :)
they match perfectly! so cute.
how does she get that belt to stay there??! is it sewn on, or something? it doesn't look like it's going anywhere. baffling.
My belt is made of elastic though it's hardly efficient at staying anywhere. I'm glad the "belt over the loops" detail has been positively received though, amusingly, it was a total accident due to feeling completely hungover that day.
Curious: is centuriesofjune the same "model" found here: http://tinyurl.com/yus62r??
Hi anon. - Good eye, yes, it is. I bumped into her again & loved what she was wearing (again).
He is so sexy and has been wearing ensembles like that even before it was widespread in Seattle and looked good at it. Say "Hey" for me.Seattle is a nonjudgmental audience, which I love, so you can really push the fashion limits. Look at grunge. BUT WHO gave guys who like girls (aka "straight guys") the go ahead to wear capri pants?! Even for my fellow queers, capris for men are a fashion faux pas! "Pas" means "don't!"
that guy has the hardest ball sense i have ever heard!!! and her, look at her!!! ...dont say anything to them now, you see, she is something which we do not speak of, and he, well he knows what hes going to do!!! AWKWARD PARTITIONS ALL AROUND!!! street fashion is still breathing, thanks to party rats like these two, i know them, i can say that. Big props to my fellow light walkers!!!
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