lunes, 15 de noviembre de 2010

my trends of the week....

animal prints!!! more more.....

kakhi+black!!! and shocks with sandals in winter!!!!

ohhhh stripes!!!!!! love them!!! I´m still not tired....
emersonmade clothing

black is black!!! and long dresses....still this next summer season.

Camel color!!! love it!!!! I´m really bougth many clothes in this color!!!

8 comentarios:

  1. Hola, me encanta el último jersey!!! besos

  2. Me chifla el look de la primera foto y el último jersey también.

  3. reading your post and i do believe you are born to be a fashion blogger.

  4. i love each and every one of these!

  5. la ultima foto me encanta ....vamos que entre guapa , morena y un look genial ....hasta de rabia....jeje

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