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February 08, 2010

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I love the one on the left. So wearable!

Ooh these are so cute!

I love the rolled up jeans with socks! I have been wanting to do something like that for a while, but I cant wear high heals, it looks sort of silly with flats...but maybe I can pull it off...

oooh..i love!

I never heard of Aubin & Wills before, but I really liked this. Very inspiring.

I LOVE the one on the left. I wonder who makes those shoes? I don't find them on the website?

Ooooh. They are cute. I am not sure, Jackie! Perhaps send an email through the company's website.

yay, spring! :) xo!

oh i love these looks, everything i am going for these days!

I have staunchly stood against shorts and tights this winter. But upon seeing this outfit, I need to revise my platform.

I am against torn up jean shorts over black pantyhose. But I am resolutely in favor of cuffed khaki shorts over thick wool tights. MUST copy this look ASAP!!!

Two great outfits, just wish I had the legs for shorts!

Love the 80s popped collar look of these too!

The beauty of this baggy- rolled jeans thing in fashion now, is that I have an excuse (and new way to wear) some jeans I've hung onto for YEARS- Baggy and worn beyond belief- very very fun!

too cute! that's my new thing right now..i wear shorts with tights alot. too much!

I love the outfit on the right - especially those booties.

adorable! looks so comfy too which is the main thing!

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