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Bettina Lou. SS15

IRENE Navy/Red : Sleeveless, checked pattern shirt dress with flared skirt, notched collar and buttoned placket at front. Soft and silky fabric, made in Japan.

Stella | Betina Lou

A dress that balances the female figure with its A-line cut and fitted waist. With its contrasting Peter Pan collar, it is a must and it fits to different occasions.

142 Ideas For Gorgeous Long Sleeve Maxi Dresses Casual https://femaline.com/2017/02/26/142-ideas-for-gorgeous-long-sleeve-maxi-dresses-casual/

Casual Linen Dress - Pale Gray Everyday Comfortable Fit & Flare Long Maxi Dress with Half Sleeves and Button Front

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White pleated sleeveless a-line midi dress with black piping illusion pleats // classic summer style // perfect for the office or any special event!

Betina Lou AW 13 | Kittenhood

Dress me in: Betina Lou, AW13

abaday | abaday Little Cats Print Belted Sleeveless Dress, The Latest Street Fashion >> $32

Little Cats Print Belted Sleeveless Dress

abaday | abaday Little Cats Print Belted Sleeveless Dress, The Latest Street Fashion >> $32

plaid dress and blue cardigan

Fashion Styles Inspired by the Women of “The Big Bang Theory”

Pasty · Oeko-Tex cotton dress Florence Navy · Merino wool cardigan Betina Lou Fall-Winter (maybe without the red tights)

Korean Fashion

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Gemma Maxi Dress | Shabby Apple  LOVE a chambray frock!

Loving this Gemma Maxi Dress from the Fall Collection by Shabby Apple. Check out more modest outfit inspiration

Sweet Jane: Mary Quant's Ginger Group 1967 I believe I spy Jimmy Page and assorted Yardbirds in the background <3

Mary Quant's Ginger Group 1967 A two page article first published in September 1967 featuring designs from Mary Quant's Ginger Group. The article also includes guest appearances by The Yardbirds, Georgie Fame, James Fox, Jack Bond, David Mlinaric and Mic