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Vestido exquisito.

Ohh heyyyy Erin Wasson road triping through the desert to the Little White Wedding Chapel in Vegas for Free People’s March Catalog. Photos: Guy Aroch featuring Erin Wasson and Mark Wystrach for Free People

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March Catalog Sneak Peek Ft. Erin Wasson

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Intimately Romance in the Air Maxi at Free People Clothing Boutique

A Decade Of Muses - Free People Blog

A Decade Of Muses

To be able to buy beautiful clothes - Free People Diamonds in the Sky Dress at Free People Clothing Boutique

This 1970s bohemian rock cape with fur lined collar and ribbon tied blouse is essential for the revival of this trend in Chloe 2015 Pre-fall collection. The tribal inspired prints and neutral earthy tones are incorporated into this classic chic look. 4/5/15

Chloé Pre-Fall 2015

This bohemian rock cape with fur lined collar and ribbon tied blouse is essential for the revival of this trend in Chloe 2015 Pre-fall collection. The tribal inspired prints and neutral earthy tones are incorporated into this classic chic look.

There are so many talented costumers out there and although until now I’ve refrained from posting their work, I feel that some, one of them being cazonetta, truly deserve attention from a larger audience.  Robe a la polonaise.

whattheywore: There are so many talented costumers out there and although until now I’ve refrained from posting their work, I feel that some, one of them being cazonetta, truly deserve attention from a larger audience. Robe a la polonaise.

Summer Jacket Long Waistcoat Vest Ruffles by AllThingsPretty, $85.00

Summer Jacket Long Waistcoat Vest Ruffles by AllThingsPretty

African wax print tribal ethnic gypsy bohemian by ChopstixWaits

African wax print tribal ethnic gypsy bohemian by ChopstixWaits by MamahAfrikah

Taurus is the second zodiac sign in the zodiacs, and is known for their stubbornness, determination, and responsibility. Which Taurus are you most like?

Which Famous Taurus Are You Most Like?

DEVIL In Mesopotamian mythology Mamitu was the (sometimes) goat-headed Goddess of Destiny, who decreed the fate of the new-borns. She was also worshipped as Goddess of the Oath, later a Goddess of Fate and a Judge in the Underworld.

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