RosyMay 3, 2017 / byAnh / Categories : Feeds
Good morning and happy Wednesday! Nothing like getting your daughter’s preschool class photos in the mail to make you realize that your baby is all grown up. How did that happen so quickly?!
PS: My new favorite lipstick, and it’s in a chubby crayon format! Talk about easy to apply! It’s “Rose Violin” here.
Trousers – Vince (here | also in a pretty navy blue here; and a similar one in cream on sale for 40% off here; or if you’re looking for the same rose hue: here and here)
Blouse – Theory (here)
Trench – thanks to St. John (still available here)
Heels – Gianvito Rossi (same color but a different heel here)
Sunglasses – Linda Farrow thanks to Avenue32 (still available here)
Lips – Chanel “Rose Violine” (love this color for Spring! here)
Purse – Hermes “Kelly” 32cm (got it here)
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