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30 August, 2011

Designs: Ripped mini skirt

My dear friend Charona was so lovely to be my model for a day. And was rocking the skirt I made! Inspired by the fabric I let the garment speak for itself and just got to it, braiding and crossing it over and over... I kept it simple for the back though...
for the styling we went for colorblocking and styled the mini with her striking blue colbert of the Zara..











13 comments

  1. Beautiful pictures...
    adorable outfit...

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  2. Great Combination! I loved the colours and the pictures, they are amazing!

    Kisses From The PS Princess
    Ciao!♥
    thepinkshopaholicprincess.blogspot.com

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  3. Love it!! :)))

    looks perfect!

    xoxo


    http://sarahvillarim.blogspot.com

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  4. sweet...love you doggie too!!

    http://www.bloglovin.com/en/blog/2868979/the-fashionton-press

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  5. Great Look Lovely I love all these colors especially these shorts x
    http://www.desperatelyseekingpegase.com

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  6. ziet er super leuk uit, de kleur is ook zo mooi

    Travel in Style

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  7. WOW. That is all I can say. That and also that I want one please. Will you be doing a DIY post? This is so fantastic! xx
    www.themannikin.blogspot.com

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  8. Oh it is so looovely! Nice jacket!

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  9. So stylish! I love the colors! nice outfit! You look gorgeous! =)

    kiss, pi*
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  10. Vind de kleur echt prachtig en het is echt een feestelijke rok geworden! mooi gedaan!

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  11. Love this combination ,... great blazer.... great color.

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  12. I really like this design. The front is so fun!
    Shasie of Live Life in Style

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  13. looove your skirt!!!where did u buy it?I've already followed ur blog,could you please follow mine?http://xo-xococo.blogspot.com/.thank u.xo

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