miércoles, 27 de octubre de 2010

LITTLE STYLE: picks of the week

7 comentarios:

  1. qué guapos!! yo quiero ser tan estilosa como ellos!



  2. Tan pequeños..y mira como apuntan maneras...
    Tu blog es realmente bonito, me encanta tomar un cafetito y visitarte...es tan entretenido...Ya soy tu seguidora de hoy en adelante y por mucho tiempo.


    Besitos. Yésica

  3. Quiero ser niña!!!!Es que de verdad que me vuelvo loca con los looks para niños, son geniales!Besito, Adri

  4. Hola Adri, cuanto tiempo sin pasarme por aquí, has mejorado un montón el blog, por cierto no se porque pero habías desaparecido de mi blogroll (creo que mi blog tiene vida propia, porque a veces pasan cosas raras)pero por supuesto te he incorporado de nuevo.

  5. me encanta el outfit de la última niña, un estilo genial!

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