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February 09, 2011

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amee

I LOVE the green one. This is all very Gretchen from Project Runway. PS - i recognize the anthopologie necklace link! :) great picks!

MGK

I love the one that's < $8! And the one made from circuitboards- saving the environment + tribalizing fashion - what a combo!

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