Wearable Wednesday Vika Gazinskaya

July 12, 2017   /   byprttynpnk  / Categories :  Feeds

dont you hate style bloggers who do the ‘its a skirt! add a belt- its a sassy day to night party dress! knot the upper back and its a triceritops!’


No seriously Betty- just add bust darts and it will really come together-

Cold shoulder, ruffles, halter neck! Score!It’s a trend trifecta!!

Arlene- you had better be using a coaster on my Biedermeier!?

Yes, Honoria- I’ve even brought extras…

The first 100 people who can show me their copy of The Mccalls version from 1992 get a groupon coupon for the resort collection!

Please join my celestial husband and I for the sabbath meal. My sister wife Hester is bringing her tatertot surprise!

I’ve never seen a trench coat that made me this sad. Flappy sad. 

I am so over puddle drapes for formal dining rooms.

Vera! The bra stuffing goes INSIDE the cups!!!


Photo credits: vogue.com


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