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Birds of Paradise

by Emily U., 24 year old fashion blogger, stylist from Sydney, Australia

3 comments · February 4, 2013

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Emily Unicorn - Alice Mccall Sundance Skirt, Alice Mccall Chances Top, Alexander Mcqueen Friendship Bracelets, Alexander Mcqueen Double Wrap Skull Bracelet, Isabel Marant Bekker Sneakers - Birds of Paradise
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  1. sundance skirt

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    Alice McCall

    , in Skirts
  2. Chances Top

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    Alice McCall

    , in Tops
  3. double wrap skull bracelet

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    Alexander Mcqueen

    , , in Alexander Mcqueen Jewelry
  4. Bekker sneakers

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    Isabel Marant

    , , in Sneakers

Wearing: Alice McCall top & skirt, 2 Lyn & Tony necklace & clutch, Isabel Marant Bekket sneakers, Alexander McQueen friendship bracelet (thin), Alexander McQueen double wrap leather bracelet (red/orange), Yves Saint Laurent Arty ring

This super cute Alice McCall silk top and silk print skirt immediately caught my eye and I just knew it had to be mine. Alice McCall is known for her cute, flirty and super feminine aesthetic with embroidery and embellishments that's become synonomous with her label and this outfit hails from her soon to be released AW13 collection titled The Imaginarium of Kitty Leroy (which can be viewed here).

Full Post can be viewed here: littleblackbook.net.au/little_black_book/2013/02/birds-of-paradise.html

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