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Birthday part 2

Yesterday we celebrated my birthday. My parents gave me a coat (I'm wearing it on my photos) and trip to Kazan (I'm just back from this trip). My co-workers gave me marvellous red roses. And as for my boyfriend it was soldering iron and a jacket (I'll show the jacket later on as soon as I wear it. it's too cold now to wear my new jacket). We celebrated my b-day at home with pizza and coke (shame on me, that's perfect for me), soldering schemes. It was so very much romantic!

Вчера мы отмечали мой день рождения. Мои родители подарили мне пальто (я ношу его на фотографиях) и поездку в Казань (и которой я только что вернулась). Мои коллеги подарили мне красные розы. Что касается моего мужчины, то он подарил мне паяльник и куртку (я покажу куртку позже как только я надену её. сейчас слишком холодно, чтобы его найти). Мы отмечали мой день рождения дома с пиццей и колой (стыд  и позор, но для меня это идеально), распаивая схемы. Это было так романтично!





I was wearing/я носила:
Mango red coat
Tommy Hilfiger Jeans
Zara hat
Colin's shirt
Vero Moda bag
Red noname socks
Alda boots
Vest
Scottish scarf

P.S. did you fool any one? I will in the evening. Work and morning are bad with jokes. Happy 1st of April!

Comments

  1. Happy April's Fool babe, hehe love this outfit.

    Orange is one of my favourite colors!! :)


    xoxo,
    Addie
    The Cat Hag

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  2. Love the red and the flowers are beautiful.

    In celebration of our blog's birthday we are hosting an amazing giveaway. Stop by and enter.

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  3. Happy Birthday!!! How super cute are you in all this red??? Love the pattern on the vest too.....:0
    I was happy you were glad I stopped by the other day.....no need to jump up and down, hehehe:)

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  4. Happy birthday! Sounds like a good day to me. Lovely outfit, I especially love the awesome rust color of your hat!

    I didn't do any foolin' today....and I didn't get fooled by anyone, either. Yay.

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  5. let's hear about your pranks! Sadly, i am not good at them. Sigh...

    xoxo
    Christine
    www.aquietdetermination.blogspot.com

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  7. thanks for congrats and kind words, girls! xoxo

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  8. I'm glad to hear you had a wonderful birthday! You look adorable in these photos. I've had a bit of an obsession with the color orange lately, and you wear it so well. I love outfits like this one that are just bursting with color and joy. :)

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  9. Christy, I love the colourful outfits as well, but I have to admit, It's hard to make it. For me it's much easier to work with pastel or dark colours sadly( Thanks for you sweet words!

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