Thursday, October 17, 2013

OOTD: Witching Hour

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Combats: Military boots designed to be worn by soldiers during actual combat or combat training as opposed to during parades and other ceremonial duties. 

I know, I know, I haven't been posting - but to my defense, Architecture is a really intense program guys! If you've been following my instagram, you'll know that I've been posting photos of my project. It's literally all the photos I have on my phone now - 3D models of buildings and landscape. I'm going to try and bring my camera to school more often so I can post more outfit photos for you guys. Thankfully, my friend offered to take outfit photos for me (pictured above)! So, I really appreciate that and want to thank her for the shots we took.

What I wore in this post is this black dress I got from Nasty Gal, and black combats from forever 21. I love clothes with surprise cut outs, or low-backs and this particular dress is cut lower at the back. It sits perfectly, right on my waist. It is called the Lydia dress, and I cannot recommend it enough for you guys to purchase one for yourself! 

I've also been crushing on combats and other booties lately, so I've got a couple pairs coming in the mail right now. Hopefully I can show it to you guys soon!

Ciao,
Tammie.

3 comments:

  1. nice dress

    visit mine whenever you had a chance :D

    stay fab,
    Miss Aa

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  2. i just blogwalking and found your blog in google search and i think this blog is very nice blog...

    good design and well maintenance, except about me page and featured..

    where is 2014? keep on blogging...

    @KataAwank

    Wisata Murah

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  3. Quizeth FronterasApril 4, 2014 at 8:59 AM

    Hi! I really adore your OOTDs. Im just wondering what camera do you use? :)

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