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Missing the sun

It's awfully wrong summer now. I wearing a sweater and jacket outside and personally it pains me to leave all of my silk dresses behind for summer. Can't wait for a better weather! That's why it's so much fun and joy to look at my vacation photos! Oh I even feel warmer now!
In Costa Rica nature is very bright! Colours are vivid and the sun is making everything even more juicy. That's why I wanted my outfit to match. Bright lowtop Inkkas sneakers, bright accessory and a nice orange hat. By the way, interested in my green sunglasses - jump here to learn more about them









I was wearing:
Inkkas sneakers
Motel Rocks romper
various accessory
c/o Firmoo glasses

 

Have a nice day,
Lyosha

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  1. wow, i love your shots! :)

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  2. These are gorgeous pictures, I like this bones sculpture, I would enjoy climbing this :))) I know what you mean, I'd like to know where the sunshine went, it's rainy and chilly today. But, they say it will get better, so hopefully it will be right :)) Xxx

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  3. Hope the weather improves soon from you! Id love to visit Costa Rica, the photos are so lovely and so are you!:) Kisses Lyosha! xo

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  4. Your neckpiece looks so cute. It will be good weather soon.

    Jenny’s Bicycle-Indian Fashion Blog!!

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  5. What a great outfit. The pictures are pretty.

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  6. Beautiful photos! And I love your dress, such an interesting pattern

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  7. great dress!! lovely pict ,kisses

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  8. Nice dress!!!
    Angela Donava
    http://www.lookbooks.fr

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  9. You look amazing! This is super inspirational!
    xo,
    Al
    www.sparklesandstilettos.com

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  10. Отличные фотографии)

    mary-tur.ru

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  11. I love these photos, always fun an lively. the dress also looks great on you! :)
    /Madison
    Pastel Splendour

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  12. Hello!

    Love all the pics and your hair is so beautiful, love the colour!

    kiss

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  13. The pattern on that dress is beautiful! And the location!

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  14. so nice blog ! very interesting ! im glad that im here :) i want to invite you to mine and maybe you would like to follow each other? if yes just follow me and let me know i ll do the same as soon as possible :*

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  15. I am sure you have lovely weather by now.
    Love your hair.
    I hope you are getting ready to join Share-in-Style: Denim next Monday the 7th?
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  16. I also cannot wait for better weather - I'm frozen through :(

    You look amaizng xxx

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