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OOTD; more kpop
posted by Colleen Shirazi on Wednesday, January 4, 2012 at 10:59 PM (Pacific)


Cardigan: Sundance catalog (worn many times)
Dress: J.Jill
Obi belt: gifted (black leather)
black tights
Shoes: Arche (thanks to mil...these are beautiful)

I fiddled around trying to find earrings to go with this. In the end I wore the blue topaz pair (left):

handmade earrings

...which I've redone since taking the above photo (the loops were doubled, making the bottom stones tend to kink). These didn't really go with the outfit, so I'm pondering what would (something involving sparkle and black?).

Was really pleased with the obi belt. The dress is velour, which is nice and soft and warm, but looks too casual un-belted.

T-ara, "Bo Peep Bo Peep"

What's up with the kpop? I suppose I miss our days of radio. Much of it was shlock, granted, but we've rather given up producing anything dance-able like this.

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