Friday, January 20, 2012

One Last Resolution

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 works cited: thrifted skirt; h&m blouse; hue tights; MIA wedges; breda watch

Before January is over, I have one last little blog resolution to share--I've decided I'm not going to accept new "courtesy of" items. In the past, some of the shops that advertise on this site have offered me samples of their clothes for free, which is awesome because who doesn't love free clothes? But part of the reason why I like reading blogs (and considered starting one) is that they offer an alternative to magazines. They represent what a non-magazine-model without access to a huge magazine closet might wear, and what she might be willing to hand over her hard-earned money for. Getting free stuff runs counter to why I preferred blogs in the first place. An unrelated but significant factor in this decision is that I have other projects that I'm invested in and I'd like this blog to feel a little more low-maintenance. Free stuff is a strange kind of obligation and I'd prefer to keep this space in the territory of hobby, where I can justify subordinating it to all the other stuff I'd like to do. So that's that: everything will remain pretty much the same, I'll just feel less like a shill :)
On another note: pattern mixing! Even Christopher liked it, which was the shock of the day. Hope you have a great weekend!

94 comments:

Bia said...

I love this outfit! I definitely think the black tights balance the two patterns! You've got a great eye!

Alison said...

Good for you! I read daily fashion blogs (yours, in fact!) in large part for the same reason--real people on a real budget with real clothes they wear in their real lives. So I've always had a similar reaction to the c/o quandary: who would turn down free clothes? I can't blame my fave bloggers for accepting them... but it does make me a little sad (/envious?), and perhaps even changes the feel of the blog a bit. Anyway, kudos to you on your resolution.

And ps, loving the pattern play today.

Wendy said...

I'm proud of your resolution. I truly think it helps fashion blogs keep their integrity. You're totally right-- the reason why we read/enjoy blogs so much more is because they're REAL. If we wanted to see what people would wear with little/no budget, we'd go to the glossies.

Jess said...

you might be the wisest, smartest blogger out there, you know. and with more self control than i could ever muster. cheers to that!

What Would a Nerd Wear said...

Thanks for your kind words, Alison and Wendy! I hear you on the "real" bit. I like reading blogs that feel close to my budget/constraints, too (though obviously I understand and relate to the excitement/awesomeness of free stuff, too).

stuph said...

i think that's an awesome resolution. :)

and yay for pattern mixing! very cute skirt.

Ellen Enchanted said...

That's awesome! Your resolution makes me proud to be an English major.

Rebecca said...

I love these patterns together. Very cute!

Oh, that's funny. I've thought of blogs being like magazines, too. The main reason I read fashion blogs (aside from the fun factor) is the inspiration. It's hard to feel inspired by a model in a magazine wearing an outfit that surely costs your month's salary.

kelsey williams said...

i admire your decision...i've heard recently that more style bloggers are going that way. i may be going that route as well, or at least saying NO a lot more. which i have already started to do, and it feels good. :)

What Would a Nerd Wear said...

Thanks, Kelsey! It does feel like a relief in some ways, if only because this isn't a business to me and I'd like to scale back on what makes it feel like one. P.S. You look absolutely radiant in your last post!

Liz (26 and Counting) said...

It's nice to hear your resolution T! I definitely agree that the perk of blogs (and blogging) is sense that these people are real and their style is (most of the time) attainable. Seeing outfits overloaded with c/o takes a way from that authentic feeling. That's not to say I think c/o items are bad, but to seem them dominate outfits is a bit unrealistic for me.

ps, Christopher was right! This outfit is great - pattern mixing at its best :)

talley said...

thank you! i hate it when i see bloggers wearing an outfit where everything is thrifted with something free from modcloth or steve madden. we all can't afford that stuff! thank you for that. seriously. i'm actually on a shopping hiatus right now to save money, so i'm only wearing and recycling the clothes i already have. i was an avid shopper and i hate seeing other people in new fancy clothes that i can't buy anymore! haha.
and i like your pattern mixing as well. i wouldn't have thought to put those two together but i really like the outcome!

Carly said...

I love your resolution! I completely agree - there's something about reading fashion blogs that is so much more fulfilling than reading fashion magazines because I can actually relate to them. Some fashion blogs I've come across drive me nuts because it's like they have so many clothes that they never seem to wear the same item twice. I hate that! I want to see someone with a normal sized closet and an actual budget.

What Would a Nerd Wear said...

talley--I think every blogger can make her own decisions about what feels right and do-able on her own blog. And I don't mean for my decision to be a comment on what other people are doing--there is no wrong way to write a blog. I also feel jealous sometimes of people who have lots of money to spend on clothes! Happily there are so many blogs at so many budget points that it's always possible to find someone who is as thrifty as you are at that particular moment :)

Celynne said...

That's a good decision. I actually get really annoyed seeing 'courtesy of' items on bloggers after a while because it seems like nearly all they wear was given to them. I'm not free advertising, and bloggers shouldn't be either.

Kultur und Stil said...

a good resolution!
I'm reading blogs (includings yours) exactly for the reason real people and real outfits/clothes/things, not for other reasons.

xxx Anita

jamteil said...

Thank you for deciding to keep it "real" ;)I have actually stopped reading a a few fashion blogs because they became overrun with c/o items. I am on a budget and I want inspiration from people that don't have an unlimited wardrobe c/o. I want to see style and looks are attainable, not made to feel that I need to spend more money. Bravo for having the integrity and commitment (I am sure it was hard to turn down free clothes!). And above all, thanks for posting.

Sunjo said...

Just discovered your blog through my friend jesseanneo. I just started an outfit blog myself. I had no idea that people got sponsors, I started it just as a fun thing to make me put together better looks and actually wear all of my wardrobe. Good luck with your resolutions, I know free stuff is really tempting! But I def wouldn't want to view blogging as a major commitment. xo

What Would a Nerd Wear said...

@celynne--I think it's a personal decision and I'm not interested in dictating what other people "should" or "should not" do. I hope you don't mind me saying this, but I'm wary of letting this become an "I'm annoyed with what other people do" comment space. This decision is just what feels right for me at this time, it's not an invective about anyone else/any other way of running a blog. Blogs are personal, run by real people, and anyone is welcome to do what she likes on her own blog. At this moment, I just don't have the time to commit to too much branding stuff, and I think I'd rather make this a more relaxed space.
But I'll also say that bloggers with lots of hits and big blogs 100% deserve to make money from their websites--they are offering value to a community and they should absolutely be paid for the product and value that they create.

Hope said...

Wow, that's really cool of you. It kind of bums me out when I see fashion bloggers wear gratis clothes. I really enjoy that your blog is authentic and that you are able to convey yourself as an person with an average wardrobe who has above-average style!

modern Suburbanites said...

love the mixture of these patterns! it looks super cute on you, great job!

www.modernsuburbanites.blogspot.com

Shannon Elyse said...

I never would have thought to mix these patterns, but it looks absolutely great on you!

PS I love your nail polish, especially with the colors on the skirt :)

Great outfit!

Tashia said...

Polka dots and floral? Yum! Great outfit:)

http://hipsandhangers.blogspot.com/

rice! said...

i support this decision.

Sian said...

I love the pattern mixing here - it's very refreshing and works so well! And your views on courtesy of items is very interesting - I've only ever received a few, which has been very exciting, but sometimes I wonder if it's right for my blog. I would only accept things that fit my genre and style, something I would usually buy or just outside that range to push myself a little, but I don't want my blog to become something that isn't me.
Also, while I'm here, I wondered if you'd be interested in taking part in my Book Swap?? You can see the post about it here: http://xrebelangelx.blogspot.com/2012/01/book-swap-any-takers.html
Don't worry if you're too busy or it's not something you'd like to do, but take a look and let me know if you're interested!!
xx

Joanna said...

I love mixing polka dots with other patterns! Florals are great, but I also love mixing them with stripes, and I know you're a fan of stripes, so might I suggest that? I think you'll love the combination. There's something complex yet simple about dots with stripes.

Regardless, I love what you did here! Best of luck with all your other endeavors!

ModaMama.blogspot.com

What Would a Nerd Wear said...

@sian--that's terrific for you if you like receiving and styling them! free stuff is awesome, no doubt about it. i think it just wasn't working for me anymore. i promise 100% it's not a judgement about anyone else or other blogs. i'm heading to your book swap post now...

Mr. Taylor and his Lady said...

i love pattern mixing. you look great girl! and i can't wait to see what other projects you start working on!
xo TJ

Tori said...

Great way to mix patterns! I love the brick background too!

http://www.mythriftychic.com

Terri said...

The pattern mixing is awesome, and I admire your new resolution. It's big of you to decline the handouts for the sake of genuine blogging. Good for you!
http://stylishsass.blogspot.com

Anonymous said...

Whenever I see an outfit where the majority of the pieces are "c/o," I just skip to the next outfit/blog. I feel like a lot of the "fashion" is missing from mostly c/o outfits, and sometimes I think the bloggers just throw on more and more crap (a fur gillet! sixteen necklaces and 32 friendship bracelets! two more scarves! funky socks! now it's perfect!) because they have to, because of their sponsers. Not an attack on those blogs - I just choose not to read them, because I can't relate to the clothes or the styling. (Although, I do read some blogs that I used to love just so I can laugh at the current outfits. I know this makes me a bad person and I am okay with it.)

FTR, I do genuinely love your blog and style. I think you have fun with your clothes and that's what keeps my coming back.

Kori B. said...

I'm a long time reader and have never commented, but with this post I feel compelled to say - I really respect your decision to not accept clothes and I think it only makes you a more talented fashion blogger because of it! I've been following personal style blogs for more or less the last seven years, and it is with dismay that I note the abundance of "c/o" at the bottom of daily outfit lists. Sure, many of these items are affordable for the readership, but it is the quantity of clothing that is not. Kudos for holding firm on your integrity, as well as inserting more balance into your life. Good luck with your other ventures!

Jess said...

wow! i love that! i just did a blog post on how the bloggers who have c/o items aren't genuine anymore and it isn't showing what their TRUE style is. kuddos to you!

Bettina said...

Lovely outfit and a great resolution! Like so many others, I come to fashion blogs to figure out how to work with a "normal" wardrobe, and too much c/o items kind of distort that purpose. Keep it up!

What Would a Nerd Wear said...

@bettina--you put it exceptionally well! i'm with you all the way.

wildchild said...

i just like the pretty outift :) you do whatever feels right for you with the c/o clothes :)

Nena Nadine said...

How admirable.

Kassie Nichole said...

I really love this outfit! I just can't quite figure out this whole pattern mixing thing, I've attempted it a couple times and it always turns out a hot mess! This however just looks so natural and so easy. Love it!

-Kassie
www.gingerflair.blogspot.com

Casey said...

Sometimes my mixing of patterns and textures congeals into a big pattern blob! But these patterns together, totally a hit...

And I LOVE your resolution (thank you for holding it down for us non c/o-ers who just shop like regular folk) and cheers to keeping things in the territory of hobby, it's much more fun that way :)

Aimee said...

Bravo on your decision. I don't judge bloggers who accept free things, but I really agree with and appreciate your thoughtful rationale.

Loni said...

I love your outfit, especially your skirt! It's such a great length-- I've been trying to find skirts this length, but they're so hard to find in flattering shapes :(

Love yours though!

2ndhandknowledge said...

I think that's a fabulous resolution! I personally a fan of realistic style blogs...style that is attainable for the average girl. It kind of bugs me when everything a blogger is wearing is c/o. It doesn't show how they style what they already have, but it shows their most recent "gifts."

This outfit is one of my favorites I've seen you wear recently!

danielle and dinosaur toes said...

oh, i love your pattern mixing! i always seem to see (or wear) stripes with florals, but i really like the dots!

also, i can understand your decision to not accept freebies. sometimes i can't help but be a bit turned off when i see outfits on blogs that are almost entirely, if not completely, courtesy of some place or another. i guess it would be pretty easy to dress stylish when you get free clothes sent to you ;)

SoFashionistica said...

Even if you won't feature c/o outfits, I can't wait to see what outfits you come up with. I feel like it's better anyways to see what kind of outfits bloggers make up with their own personal clothing.
By the way, cute outfit and the mixing of the prints is awesome!

Rosanna said...

This outfit looks so great on you! and well done on resisting the enticement of freebies! Not many people can manage that!

Vanessa said...

Wow! This is my favorite outfit I've ever seen you wear. It's so lovely, and you absolutely nailed the pattern mixing. Great sense of scale and proportion in pattern. And, I really admire and as a reader appreciate your new policy on freebies. It's cool to see a totally non-c/o closet.

Mariah said...

If anyone has a fashion blog, I would LOVE for you guys to share it and come link-up every FRIDAY.

clothedwithlilies.blogspot.com

Celia said...

First off, love the blouse. Polka dots are always appropriate. Secondly, I've noticed that giving up c/o items is a growing trend among bloggers. Did that influence your decision at all, or was this knocking at your brain for awhile?

What Would a Nerd Wear said...

@celia--is it really? i know that in the new year a lot of people switch things up a little, but i hadn't read that other people were moving away from c/o items, though i can't say that i'm surprised. i think for a lot of people, doing too much hands-on styling for brands ends up putting a hobby into work territory and for people who have other full-time work, it can get overwhelming. i've been trying to figure out ways to just scale back and step away since the end of the summer and this kind of seemed like the natural next step in trying to keep myself feeling like this is a low-maintenance hobby. in short: this was definitely my own decision that i brooded about for a while, i had no idea that other people were doing the same thing, but i'm happy for them if that helps them take the pressure off too :)

Allison said...

I love that you decided this. Thanks for your sincerity. I love reading blogs because they are about real women with real budgets and I hardly ever look at a fashion mags anymore. My little blog is really low maintenance (hah) and I kind of like it that way. I don't know if I would want to deal with ads and all that bc then it would feel like work!

N said...

I'm a little (just a tiny bit!) disappointed. I always trusted your judgement with c/o items and believed that you were wearing the item because it suited you. Your c/o items also introduced me to some great brands (Five Bamboo!) I guess the true test for the sponsors will be if you're willing to fork over your hard earned cash for their products. I think you will.

I hope your decision brings you peace. Cheers to the new year!

Ani said...

I'm glad you decided to post about this. I have no idea what I'd do in the case of getting c/o items, but you've brought up some pretty interesting points. I know some of the girls I really do respect seem to genuinely support those companies, but I totally get what you're saying. Especially being a person who will never pay more than $10 for a clothing item, it would be weird to wear clothes that are far about my budget. Anyhow, that was quite the rant. Thanks for keeping it real. I respect you tons.

OH, and love this outfit. The skirt is lovely!

Viktoria said...

You c/o items were the reason I stopped reading and commenting on a daily basis. This is a great resolution! :)

Lexie, Little Boat said...

it's hard to turn down free stuff (even bad samples at the grocery store, ha!). i admire you for going this route!

Amy @ The Dilly-Oh said...

I've always loved that you are down to earth and easy to relate to. Thank you for deciding to keep it real!

Justine said...

I admire you and the heart printed top <3

Mica said...

Love your pattern mixing!

Very brave of you to turn down free clothes - I can never resist free things! :P But completely understand your reasons for doing so - better to keep your blog as a fun hobby that to feel compelled to wear things just because they were free.


awayfromtheblue.blogspot.com

Genie said...

Love how you mixed different prints, very cute and different. I respect your decision, very cool how you've decided to keep it non-obligatory.

xoxo,
Genie

www.uniqueandchicstyle.blogspot.com

Emily said...

Tania, you are one cool lady.

I gasped aloud at your outfit as the page loaded-- I am in awe. This is what "effortless chic" means. I agree with Vanessa-- this is my favorite outfit of yours, ever.

But there's something else besides the fabulous pattern-mixing that's really striking about the pictures in this post: you look somehow more confident and relaxed, as if you'd just taken a big sigh of relief, and I wonder if it isn't because you feel somewhat unburdened by having made this admirable resolution.

Kudos to you for your thoughtfulness and integrity, your courage to turn down very tempting gifts, and your kind, nonjudgmental, and wise responses to criticism of other blogs in the comments.

I've often wondered how you manage to sustain your blog at this level of richness while keeping up with all your other commitments at the same time. I'm glad you're doing what you need to do to keep things in check, because as loyal readers we don't want you to burn out. Pace yourself and keep it fun-- but you know that already.

Warmly,

Emily W.A.Q.A.W.V.W.W.W.

MONKEYFACE said...

I realize that I am still commenting as my old alter ego but it is late and I am too lazy to switch... I had to comment though, and tell you that I always thought you balanced c/o items so gracefully with your own wardrobe. As someone on a similar budget, I never thought OMG TANIA ANOTHER C/O HOW CAN I RELATE??! But yay for you finding ways to blog, have fun, relax, and breathe again. That quest is a familiar one to me, too :)

What Would a Nerd Wear said...

@N--thank you so much for your comment and being willing to leave it! this was one of the reasons i felt ambivalent for so long. one of the great things about sample/c/o items is they let me test out a new brand. i wouldn't have found five bamboo otherwise, and i'm so gun-shy about buying from new places that i may never have gotten to love their items so much. this is something i'm not entirely sure how i'll negotiate with new brands in the future. i'm glad you posted this--i think people don't always think about what good things can come of free things and this is definitely one of them!
five bamboo i will of course still buy from--their stuff is amazing! as for new brands: research research research before i buy/post, right?

What Would a Nerd Wear said...

@emily w.a.q.a.q.v.w.w.w.--i love you!!!

Emily said...

Aw, shucks!! It's mutual, of course.
-E.W.A.Q.A.W.V.W.W.W.

G. said...

I love this outfit, and I think that's a great decision! Free stuff is awesome, but I can see how it's a weird obligation. Plus there's sooo many bloggers who wear so much c/o stuff that it gets annoying/frustrating.

Fabulously Average said...

love the pattern mixing here!

Looks and Books said...

Great resolution. I think it's easy to get caught up in the commercialization of blogging, and lose your own sense of personal style. I think you summed it up really well in your post--we read blogs to see how everyday women deal with personal style. It should be inspirational--not purely aspirational. Thanks!

Molly said...

I also prefer blogs these days because I started to feel like all my favorite magazines were just one big product advertisement.

Anonymous said...

I'm usually a casual lurker, but I felt today I really needed to leave a comment. I had started to loose faith a bit in some of my most favorite blogs in the past year. I also looked to blog as a "real life" alternative to fashion magazines and runways, but I'd noticed several of my favorite FAVORITE bloggers had started incorporating several c/o items and it felt like their styles had completely changed. It was hard to draw inspiration when it felt like they weren't really showing off personal style any longer. I know you have personal reasons as well for making this change, but as a reader and a fan of this blog as a whole, I just wanted to say THANK YOU! :)

Ashley said...

Bravo! I applaud your decision, because it's hard to say 'no' to free stuff (and who doesn't like free?). I feel like you are one of the few bloggers who have a realistic closet. So many people have "budgets" but they are constantly getting new clothes (clearly their budget is much greater than mine). I appreciate seeing how someone uses the clothes they have in different ways versus how someone can keep buying clothes to add to their wardrobe.
It's also really easy to tell when someone received a free item, because it usually doesn't fit with the rest of their wardrobe and you only see it once.

jackie mae said...

You are so great Tania! That is an incredibly hard decision to make especially for someone who loves clothes and has a blog about it. But I think it is awesome, because honestly, I have stopped reading certain blogs because the clothes that they now wear are completely unrealistic for my lifestyle. It is the best feeling to see a super cute outfit on a blog and actually be able to replicate it from your own closet--I definitely feel like I can do that with your outfits :) Thanks!!

Dejana said...

Very interesting combination i must be truth with you, i like it :) kisses

Gina said...

I hardly ever comment on blogs, but I just had to say something here. Finally a blogger who is committed to representing a real person's closet. It must be hard to refuse all those free clothes, but it's refreshing to see a blogger refuse to be a part of all the free advertising companies are getting on blogs by providing c/o items. Thanks, and I look forward to continuing to read your blog!

Anonymous said...

Thank you! Thank you for your resolution! I find myself becoming more and more turned off by those bloggers who wear clothes that are "courtesy of" someone. I applaud you for your decision and for keeping it real for the majority of us out there who are trying to look good without paying a hefty price!

kate said...

I think that resolution shows a lot of integrity, and respect you all the more for making it! (And I know it must take some willpower not to accept FREE stuff!)

Keep up the awesome pattern mixing!

Simply Bike said...

Love the pattern mix and good for you with the new resolution. I completely know what you mean about it adding a new dimension to the sense of obligation that's there to a certain extent anyway when you blog. But having less of a relationship with outside companies does take a lot of that pressure off and, I think, usually makes for better content.

Yay for a new year, new resolutions, and your awesome blog :)

S.

Hannah said...

First things first: love this outfit! Perfect print mixing and sort of season mixing...the skirt is cheery, but the top makes it wintery. Lovely!

I'm happy to see so many prominent bloggers decide to stop accepting c/o items. I mean, yeah, I would totally love free stuff, but I agree with what you said: I like blogs because it's how real people dress. I mean, if I could afford to buy a new closet of designer clothes every season getting dressed wouldn't take nearly as much creativity! And the reason I decided not to take sponsors from the start is because I want my blog to be a hobby, not a job. Kudos to you for keeping things honest!

K said...

Good for you! I know it probably doesn't work for everybody, but it make me want to read your blog more! Thanks for letting us know and love the pattern mixing today!

What Would a Nerd Wear said...

@hannah--thanks, friend. to be frank, it's more about what feels right at the moment, both to be true to my own feelings and in terms of my schedule than anything else. also, a few people have left something similar. who else is giving up c/o? i would love to read other people's thoughts! i wonder if it's one of those moments where people who started blogging because they wanted a little extra outlet on the side are feeling overwhelmed. it was just too much to keep up with sometimes!

kohleyedgirl said...

Bravo on your choice to not accept free stuff! That's mighty bold of you! This is my first time on your blog, and I am definitely coming back. On a side note, Love that h&m top? Is that available in stores now?

What Would a Nerd Wear said...

@kohleyedgirl--thanks! i got it a year or year and a half ago, so i don't know if it's still in stores! a lot of times h&m keeps the same stuff around for a while, or at least has iterations of the same garment, so you might be in luck!

wendy said...

I am happy that you are opting out of blogging about free clothes that you get. I really appreciate you doing that—its hard to relate to a fashion blogger who can supplement their wardrobe with amazing freebies that the rest of us can't afford! :) so, thanks :)

Gray Skies said...

I think this is one of my favorite outfits of yours! You don't normally do pattern mixing, do you? It looks great!

Louise said...

Love the resolution! Like others, I completely understand why someone would accept freebies, but am so glad you aren't.

Anja said...

I love this resolution. I have been unhappy with some of my favorite blogs as they had a lot of their clothes marked with the typical c/o sign. I had always looked up to these ladies that claimed to be so stylish on a low budget. Well, with a lot of gifts, I could wear new clothes in every post as well. Being strict with those is a great decision and takes some guts as I think like you - who doesn't love things for free. I am glad you made this decision though, as you are an independent woman and a great role model!!

Krista said...

I don't often comment, but I just wanted to say I respect this decision and appreciate it. I've given up on many of the blogs I used to read for various reasons.

I personally would rather see how someone styles clothes they already have than ones they are given for free.

Love Cardelia said...

I love the polka dot top! I am searching for one :)

xx
Julie
http://lovecardelia.blogspot.com/

Vanessa said...

I was gonna say I really appreciate your decision about no more free stuff, but it looks like a ton of people already have!
Anyway, a few a my favorite blogs have gone from regular girls being creative with what they have, to much more distant from my everyday reality (fellow humanities grad student here!). If I wanted that experience, I would just read Vogue. Brava!

Kathryn Ann said...

I have to echo what others have said... I love this resolution! It can be a little off putting when a blog has "courtesy of" in almost every post, and often multiple items in one post. Of course we all love free stuff and I don't fault other bloggers for accepting free items. But the blogs I realllly enjoy feature real girls with real wardrobes. People I can relate to and people who have closets similar to mine. Anyone can dress awesome if they have something stylish given to them. It's a little trickier (and more impressive IMHO) when you have limited resources and a limited budget!

What Would a Nerd Wear said...

@vanessa--thank you, it's kind of you to say. i have to admit that i still read and love plenty of blogs that feature c/o items, and completely understand why bloggers and companies think it works so well. but for me, it just doesn't feel like the right fit anymore. anyway, yay fellow humanities grad student! may our job prospects be marginally less desolate in the years to come :)

Jean Andrea Fischer said...

Yeah for you on the no free stuff! There are fashion blogs out there for every taste, but I prefer the ones with "normal" women that I can relate to.

Janvi said...

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Rottman said...

I think you look beautiful!! Really loved how you mixed the blouse with the blue skirt, it really bring everything to life.
Will you do a post abour you favorit homecoming dresses 2012 for your teenage audience? ;)

Anonymous said...

Thanks for sharing :)

Dresses said...

Lovely collection. I LOVE THIS OUTFIT. The black color polka dot top with blue printed skirt is looking phenomenal. You are looking simply gorgeous. SUPERLIKE :)

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