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Turquoise is the color I need to get clean

Vintage dress & clutch, thrifted top, Steven heelsI decided to pull out this rarely-worn vintage dress because, really, when is turquoise leather NOT appropriate? I wore one of my DIY cropped oxfords as a sort of jacket, which hid the fact that I don't quite fill out the boobage area (whoever owned this dress before must've been built like Pam Anderson), but also covered the back, which I love.Still trying to

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Yellow Dip

I've been obsessing over this ultra soft tie-dyed tee from Brush Factory since last month's PopShop. In typical Tamia fashion, I didn't realize how much I liked it until AFTER the event--the same thing happens with guys. First meeting, I'm "Hey, what's up" all nonchalant, then the second time I see the same guy and he's the foinest dude I've ever met.Brush Factory tee; H&M pants; Steven shoes; vintage jewelryI don't know why

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The sunlight draws a picture

Thrifted top, vintage skirt & jewelry, Da Me hat, DKNY heels I took some time to do my little DIY trick on a rarely-worn oxford, and paired it with one of my favorite vintage finds: a full black and gold print midi skirt. I saw this skirt peeking through the rack at some thrift store or another, and it immediately reminded me of something an elderly Russian lady in a head scarf would wear

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