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Outfit Post: Pomba Gira

By Citizenrosebud @citizenrosebudz
outfit post: Pomba Gira"From cicadas and stones, words want to be born.
But the poet lives alone in a corridor of moons."
-Hilda Hilst

outfit post: Pomba Gira

Wearing my new 2ETN red/black necklace, from the festival collection

Girl of the Crossroads: This time in my life has presented itself with some interesting opportunities, and one of them is my upcoming trip to New York to attend the IFB (short for Independent Fashion Bloggers) Conference in NYC on September 7th. I am thrilled that I'll be able to meet many of my favorite bloggers while there: Jennine Jacob of The Coveted (and founder of IFB,) Vahni of Grit & Glamour, Anika of By Anika, Elyssa of Dress With Courage, and the ever handsome Brazilian/Aussie street style photographer, Lee Oliveira. I may even be lucky enough to meet one of my all time faves, the gorgeous Barbro Andersen!
outfit post: Pomba Gira
outfit post: Pomba Gira
As you read this, I may be on route to the Big Apple. This will be my first trip to New York, and as you can imagine, looking forward to it is an understatement. I like to thank my sponsors and patrons who have helped make this trip possible, and YOU, dear readers for cheering me on. 
I'll keep you posted. I'm even going to publish a link for the live-streaming of the IFB conference so even if you can't make it, you can watch it. 
Until next time....
 MUCH LOVE! -Bella Q
outfit post: Pomba Gira

outfit post: Pomba Gira

Wearing one of my favorite color combos: black, white and red.

Now Wearing: 
  • thrifted red knit cap
  • hearts for eyes
  • altered cotton swiss dot sundress
  • altered cotton plaid blazer
  • 2ETN red/black stone necklace (festival collection)
  • bead cuff, Scout Living 
  • my favorite shoes, Heart Boutique
outfit post: Pomba Gira
I love you small like one who wants MORElike one who guesses everything:wolf, moon, fox and ancestors.
Say of me: You are mine.

Amo-te mínima como quem quer MAIS
Como quem tudo adivinha:
Lobo, lua, raposa e ancestrais.
Dize de mim: És minha.-Hilda Hist, I Come From Ancient Timestranslation: Lavina Saad
Brazilian Poetry in Translation

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