To me, this outfit tells a story. It could take place in Sevilla, Spain. She could be a belly dancer, a gypsy, a bohemian artist.

The Norma Kamali shirt can be worn off the shoulder, on the shoulder, as a dress or as a shirt. Par usual, Norma stays true to the versatality she’s famous for. I saw the thin belt and felt that it would look better if I doubled up, so I bought two of them. The skirt is actually the OP Convertible dress from “Sweet Sixteen Valentine Chic”. The ballerina flats are a killer steal at $5. They were on clearance at the Wal-Mart I bought them from.


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    • Hi Marissa! I’m also now just getting around to my collection of business cards! It was so nice to meet you! Love your blog. You did a great job with the design! Thanks for your compliments on my blog…I’m so glad to have the support of a fellow blogger like yourself! Let me know if you’re ever in LA! Keep in touch!! xoxo

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