RIRI SWIMSUIT TURNED FLIRTY DRESS

June 6, 2017   /   byMimi G  / Categories :  Feeds

HI DARLINGS! I can’t believe we now have three issues of SEW SEW DEF MAGAZINE, we have had such a good time putting it together and look forward to every single issue we have coming up. If you got ISSUE 02 then you should have gotten your free swimsuit pattern THE RIRI. In ISSUE 03 […]

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