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friday's fancies #12: fashionably inspi(RED).

friday's fancies #12: fashionably inspi(RED) christmas party.



this lovely, cold december evening will be spent with my coworkers at our office christmas party!


link-up: friday's fancies at {long distance loving}


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I love those shoes girl! Cute outfit :)
Flora Fricker said…
Such a pretty outfit, and I love the Nina Ricci perfume! x
memory said…
christmas party, how fun! eat lots of yummy treats for me! :)
thank you for your sweet words about my family, buddy natalie and me! you warm my heart. :)
happy day to you!
Stephanie said…
Great outfit! Enjoy your work Christmas party!
Anonymous said…
So glam!! That dress and shoes are too cool!
Ooo, that dress is fabulous!
o my word, that dress!!
henning love said…
great dress and i love the feathers on it. that red coat is on my dream list!
I really want a coat like that! Sooo pretty!
Elle Sees said…
the gold clutch is just perfect
HAUTE WIFE said…
That dress is just beyond words. love!

Haute Wife Today
alicia said…
love these picks!

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