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Weathervanes

by Selective P., 28 year old Graphic Designer from Michigan, United States

9 comments · 2 · December 20, 2010

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Selective Potential - H&M Coat, Scala Classico Fur Hat, Forever 21 Wedge Boots, American Apparel Army Green Tights, Urban 1972 Floral Arrangement Skirt, Pacsun Striped Tank - Weathervanes
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  1. coat

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    H&M

    , in H&M Outerwear
  2. fur hat

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    scala classico

    , in Fur Hats
  3. floral arrangement skirt

    ,

    urban 1972

    , in Floral Skirts
  4. striped tank

    ,

    PACSUN

    , in PACSUN Striped Tops

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Comments (9)

Sera M
amazing shoes !! <3
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Stefanie May
nice. hyped. :D
please look at my site too. thx.<3
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Ellen Van Aaken
love it, the head is (L)
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Melissa R.
Ohh i love this! But I'm sure you were very cold. Haha I've learned the hard way tights and snow don't go well together!
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Take Hart
Loving the shoes!
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H&M

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PACSUN

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