Posted: Jun 05 2013

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A week ago I received this dress from Dahlia. It's pretty amazing and looks even better in real life than in the pictures. The material is soft and the dress itself is also really comfortable. I know it's quite formal, but I'm still going to wear it a lot in the summer.

Dress: c/o Dahlia Shoes: 2hand (Seppälä)




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    Posted by Yuyun on November 12, 2013
  • Lovely outfit (for the moevis) – love it! And this black dress is gorgeous!No, I haven’t been clothes shopping that much, I was thinking of maybe getting the new Sigmax brushes though, I know you loved this new synthetic angled brush for the Chanel Bronzer – are you still liking it, does it shed? :) Thank you!Poli

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    Posted by Anita on November 05, 2013
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  • I too love a good holiday dress- tuhogh in my opinion, every occasion, big or small calls for a new outfit (aka why my shopping habit is very bad!) so the holidays fit right in! I’m loving both those red options but the Dorthy Perkins might be perfect for Christmas since it’s high-necked aka church appropriate!

    Posted by Dipankar on October 20, 2013
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    Posted by Rona on October 19, 2013
  • Sorry you’re in a downswing ltaely. I know when I get that way I just want to vent and then be left alone. Eventually you come back up but you just need some time. So I hope you spend the time as pleasantly as possible. Like, with vodka and chocolate (let me know if I need to mail any).Take care of yourself .

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