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Emotionally attached

Do you have speacial emotions when you wear clothes with history? The outfit I was wearing for work and a puppy walk has two pieces originally belonged to my aunt. I miss her so very much but everytime I wear something belonged to her I feel emotionally attached to her as if she was right here with me.
Did you ever expirienced that?










I was wearing:
Calvin Klein Jeans
No brand shoes
Kizzme bag (I won this baby in the giveaway!)
Shirt bought years ago (never wear it often actually)
Belt and top belonged to my dearest aunt

Comments

  1. Beautiful setting and cute dog :)

    xx
    Heel in Mint

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  2. Yes! I wear my mom's clothes, she is always leaving clothes at my house, despite being a size smaller than mine I love the feeling of being close to her her I wear her clothes. I am about to post an outfit with one of her dresses.
    I can't get enough of your puppy, he is soooooo cute. love him.


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  3. I love the outfit! And wow, you are very lucky, that bag is a beauty, gratz :)

    I have clothes too that have a dear memory to them as well. And every time I wear them, it's like everything comes back to me, and I'm taken into that specific moment in time again.

    Cheers!

    Wi
    A Single Girl's Musings

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  4. Totally agree- I associate a lot of memories with clothes too.

    x
    Michelle
    www.michellesstylefile.blogspot.com

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  5. I always associate cloths or things with memories!! It is a great feeling!

    Love your outfit and love the doggy!!! Both of you are so cute!!!

    Happy weekend, honey!!

    xoxoxo

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  6. Totally agree honey! I always associate clothes and stuff with memories!!! I think its an amazing feeling!!!

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  7. Very pretty!!!
    Thank you for your comment!
    Besos, desde EspaƱa, Marcela

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  8. i know what you mean! i have a few sentimental pieces from my mom and when i can't find it i kind of freak out lol!!

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  9. alksdjlajds WAHHHH SO CUTE - BOTH OF YOU! Ah, I love these photos. Seriously. WAY TOO ADORABLE! Makes me miss my 'lil guy. Heheh.

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  10. Yes, I also have clothes or jewelry like that. I'm very emotional attached to a lot of things ;D
    Great outfit though :)

    Thanks for the kind words on my blog :)

    Love Lupe,
    xoxo

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  11. So so so cute! adorable!
    Have you both a nice day
    Sara C.

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  12. I wish I had some of my grandmother's clothing - I miss her dearly. I'm glad you have pieces that keep your aunt close to you. Everything looks so nice together!

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  13. thank you so much, girl! I'm so happy I'm not alone in loving memories clothes bring.

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  14. That's so lovely that you can wear you can aunt's clothes. I love your ballet pumps as well. I have two dogs two sausages, one is a puppy one is 1.5 years. Both are like little kids. But it's so amazing how much they love you unconditionally. Really like your blog it's sweet and cute, very endearing. It's nice to find other Russian bloggers. Tania

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