Wednesday, January 20, 2010

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14 comments:

Butarbutar Olive said...

Nice stuffs!I love the pinkish shirt :)

♥Lola said...

Gorgeous! Love the pink skirt :)

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I LOVE THE PINK SKIRT!!!!

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Steffi Santa said...

the pink skirt is sooo pretty love it! and i like that flowery short too (that's a short, isnt it?) :3

michelle_ said...

the topshop boots are LOVE AT FIRST SIGHT ! i hope i can get those when I go to spore this friday :D

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sharonlei said...

What awesome picks!!

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, emile said...

oh, the things beautiful, you is mega cool rika! I adore you blog!

emilebrito said...

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