Saturday, January 14, 2012

I really want to go outside!

~ The Cults - Go Outside

London: "You really want to hole up, you really want to stay inside and sleep the light away. I really want to go outside and make it light all day."















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18 comments

Marina said...

cute sweater honey, you look really beautiful!

xx

Marina
http://cococamarel.blogspot.com

Anaivilo said...

Thank you girls for your lovely words! Always a pleasure to read your blog :D This sweater is very cute, that bright red really suits you! :D:X

Eline said...

leuke trui!

Nikki @ The Ginger Diaries said...

Leuke trui ^^ x

Denim Diva said...

Leuke outfit! Ik vind de trui super mooi en ben echt verkocht aan die schoenen!

Kisses Ellen

fashiontoimpress.blogspot.com

Laura said...

Beautiful outfit, I love your skirt!

http://lovelyprettyworld.blogspot.com/

Emma said...

Lovely jumper, great colour! http://throughthelookingglass100.blogspot.com/

Jolien said...

Die trui vind ik toch echt leuk.

The Fancy Teacup said...

The turtleneck and the heels are so ultra chic. x

www.TheFancyTeacup.com

weasel said...

Love the sweater

Laurein H said...

mooie schoentjes :)

Polka Princess said...

Red, black & white is always such a favorite combination of mine!!! :)

Under the Fluorescents said...

like the dainty skirt

http://underthefluorescents.blogspot.com/

Jane said...

Red is such a great color, and love the lace!

Grace said...

I've actually always wanted to try this look with a belt over a turtleneck paired with a skirt but...the style just does not look pleasing on me. But on you, that is something else. You look beautiful!

xo
http://hautecouture3.blogspot.com

Tulips & Tulle said...

Great outfit! I'd appreciate if you stopped by Tulips&Tulle soon!

Kimberly said...

love the outfit so cute love the pop of color with the red!

http://kc-citystyle.blogspot.com/

LyddieGal said...

very cute! I love the chunky knit with the frilly skirt!

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