7.21.2011

PINK + PRINT



carolines mode | lucky magazine

19 comments:

  1. love all the pink!!

    http://www.ohmydior.org/

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  2. the jacket is so nice ;)


    Fashion People: ANJA RUBIK Wedding http://magmoiselle.fr

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  3. brilliant mix of prints and colours


    http://elenavasilieva.blogspot.com/
    x

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  4. Brilliant styling, love it.

    Kate

    www.thrillofthechaise.com

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  5. Lovely prints!

    lollipopcat.blogspot.com

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  6. Beautiful, beautiful pairing. Way to go.

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  7. Great styling with an orange bra and a pink jacket!

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  8. beautiful & classy!

    Bises,
    monkeyshines
    http://monkeyshines-monkeyshines.blogspot.com/

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  9. love these pictures!

    x

    http://scarlet--red.blogspot.com/

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  10. what a fantastic print on the skirt! i love it. so old school and chic.
    xx, http://wordbyjessie.com/

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  11. Love this post, great stuff and beautiful styling.


    www.dragonnfruit.com

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  12. Hello

    You are doing an Awesome Job with your blog.The amount of information(Pics-text) in here is stunning, like you practically wrote the book on the subject.I wish i could make my Homemade Facial blog like you and i started this blog as a source of inspiration from your blog

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  13. BRISTISH BRAND

    Holland CooperHolland Cooper:
    A quintessentially British brand

    http://hollandcooper.blogspot.com/
    www.hollandcooper.com
    @hollandcooper

    Founded by Jade Holland Cooper in 2007, the brand describes itself as ‘a glamorous mix of city influences and British eccentricity’, which translates as fine Scottish tweed tailored into sharp jackets, cute mini skirts and short shorts.
    Whilst the clothes may be sexy and fun, the heritage of British industry is threaded through everything that Holland Cooper do. Their entire tweed collection is manufactured in the UK using both Cheviot tweed, from sheep that graze on the Cheviot Hills in the South of Scotland, and Shetland tweed, made from the wool of the Shetland Sheep.

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