May 07, 2008
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BACKPACK BACKPACK! – dora the explorer
ok that first girl could not be cuter, love that skirt! love the whole look!
Hi – yes the first girl looks absolutely adorable. Her skirt is from H&M – can you believe it? She bought it recently and it was only $39.00 – hurry! She is my “look of the day.”
That backpack is rad – it’s Raf Simons from his current collection at Seven New York in Soho.
im like digging that girls style. i absoulutely love her outfit. those gold leggings. with the gold bag. is nice. yo go girl ! thats right. JUST DO IT. lol
im loving all the outfits. Their great
the last girl is officially my new crush .. get it bish!
i love those pics I AM IN LOVE WITH NEW YORK, IVE NEVER BEEN THERE THOUGH! seems like there are alot of stylish people! My mother in law is there atm, im awaiting all the goodies shes bringing back
yay! let’s get down to business.
I’m totally in love with the outfit in the first picture
okay those gold tights are HID-E-OUS!!!!!!!!! the girl underneath the ugly gold tights is an example of true style!
I love the last couple. They stand out the most– fresh and new colours with plastic-like and super strong but thin fabrics. It’s a lot more forgiving when translating into fashion designs/interiors/etc. Really just a dash of technical/activewear fabric and ‘intensified pastel’ tones.
I could see the same mood they give off in the others’ looks (the pink hair in the 2nd person, the orange/red pants and scarf, peeping neon lime purse…) bright accents.
OH MY GOD! THESE OUTFITS ARE GREAT, THE LAST COUPLE LOOKS VERY NICE. AND THE GIRL WITH THE GOLD TIGHTS LOOK SO RETRO. I KNOW THATS HOW THEY USED TO DRESS BACK IN THE DAY! WOW.. ALL THESE DIFFERENT STYLES ARE SO FASHIONABLE !!!!!!!!
the last girl is sooo cute!
first picture is lovely, i like girl dress. Love it
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