A fashion look from August 2012 featuring beige dress, suede shoes and satchel handbags. Browse and shop related looks.

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curious-and-young
Wrote 4 years ago
THIS IS SO CUTE <3
 
feel free to include rory in the next one! i think they'd get along really well!

coork
Wrote 4 years ago
@high-fashionista yep!

high-fashionista
Wrote 4 years ago
LOVE THIS!
 
And Claudia-friends?

ohofkors
Wrote 4 years ago
LKDJDKLFJ I LOVE IT.
i really seriously love her character, like she's so sweet but then like not and she's kind of cute and i love nate and carter seems kinda hot and just idk.
this is perfection.
include kelsey in your next story! i think they could be friends and maybe they can work together since syco works with sony?
 
Thanks for stopping by,
hope you had fun!
xx,
-Kelsey

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created on 11/22/10.
 
inspired by OXFORD COMMA by VAMPIRE WEEKEND

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