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Let the sun illuminate the words that you could not find
posted by Colleen Shirazi on Tuesday, September 28, 2010 at 7:10 PM (Pacific)


Top: J.Crew Bettina cami in Warm Taupe
Skirt: Tulle Clothing black "paper bag"
Nude micronet stockings
Shoes: Cole Haan
Earrings: made by me:

handmade hammered hoop earrrings

This outfit had commenced with a Jackie "Pearl" cardigan (worn here among several ootd pics), but it was too darn hot today to bother putting it back on for this!

Was pleased how Warm Taupe Bettina fared...I washed it out last night and hung it over the shower curtain bar so the frill dried upside-down (White Ash Bettina's frill had flopped, when dried the usual way).

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