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Right now I'm off for vacation and having fun in Japan. Interested in online streaming of what I'm doing - check and follow my instagram and twitter
And for now I'm leaving you with a post not featuring my travels. It's about how Max and I spent our wedding anniversary (which we are fully celebrating now). We went on a walk in the city center and visited one of your fave places to drink tea and eat ice-cream. here is my outfit for that:





And! Do you remember the giveaway I held here? Time to give the gift! And the giveaway winner is:
Congrats to the Winner! Stella, hope you'll love the dress!


I was wearing:
Inkkas shoes
Topshop dress
bag bought in Bratislava

 

Have a nice day,
Lyosha

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