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A Whole Lot Of Heart

Jeans Fornarina, heels Kate & Mel for Town Shoes, handbag Ebay, bracelets and small hear rings Forever 21, large ring and headband old, top Forever 21

The day I took these pictures I had a lot of fun, just perfect to go with this fun outfit. I love slouchy jeans (as you can tell here) and in particular these Fornarina jeans I got while in Spain. Too bad they are much harder to find in Canada. I'm not exactly sure why but I decided to pair them with this cropped top and loved the effect. A bit more skin in the belly area then what I am used to, but I felt comfortable because the look was not too girly.  And the polka dots always make me feel retro so the headband had to come on too. I paired it all with these hot red heels (my lookalike Louboutins) and this structured handbag to make the outfit a bit more feminine.
Usually I'm not happy with most of the pictures taken because I tend to make funny faces, but this day it went smooth. And to make the whole story even more fun, as I was taking these pictures on the curb, a baby bunny decided to join in. I know he looks more like a rat in the top picture because he is not clear but you can see how tiny he is in the one lower on the page. I love baby anything but baby bunny is soooo tiny and cute. Ciao!

Aleksandra <3

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  1. trying way to hard in this one

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  2. your bag is really great! I love the color!!

    love, polly

    the littlest polly

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