posted by Yvan Rodic at 1:01 PM
The shoes in the last photo are so pretty! It gives me a raw feeling.
Love th patches in the first photo. Also love the jersey and shoes in the 2nd last photo. Just lovely!Anthea,Embracing Style
Her bag in the first photo is stunning and the sweater in the 4th absolutely blew me away! They both prove you can have comfort and style!Sarahtheantiquepearl.blogspot.com
That cream sweater actually makes me look forward to the end of summer. It is fabulous! http://www.etsy.com/shop/daisical
her bag is amazing! Like it such a country attitude to it
The first patch-up dress is really nice I think - I would love to see more of it, uncovered - the jacket seems surplus to requirement (unless it is very cold, which it may well be in Ireland!)http://davidikus.blogspot.comhttp://davidikus.blogspot.com/
@Blackcowboy, Reykjavik is not in Ireland, it's in ICELAND, where the average temperature in Summer is 14 degrees Celcius!
Seriously want the last girl's sweater <3http://itscohen.blogspot.com/
Natural look with handcrafted design elements like the crochet detail or the frills at the bag. Native design on trend. Fab!
Love that sweater.
yey tomorrow i will arrive in reikjavik,too!
that bag is to die for!http://www.buttonsandbowsla.com/
i want first top and last shoes, so rad!
The last girl's sweater is a dream. And the cool wather there even more. Wish i could be there right now instead of sweating so bad here in Germany.
i love the fringes in the first look and i love everything about the second look , it's very pretty . i love the shoes too , they remind of rodarte . artsysunday.blogspot.com
such great style-pictures. love your angles
love the shoes!http://chaoticdesolation.blogspot.com
When are you coming to Turkey?
nice espadrilles ! :)
last girl is rad. love it allx
cute looks, loving the scandinavian cardiganelenahttp://elenavasilieva.blogspot.com/
lovely second style with the sweeter from a mountain trip and the shoes are so funny))http://leblogdemasha.blogspot.com/
I never such amazingly stylish people (and clothes) existed in Iceland. This is fantastic and I wouldn't have known without your blog. Definitely warrants a visit!-Ste www.stitchesfabricandsoul.com
loooooooooove the shoes!
If someone knows where to find that bag, please tell me, it has literally become my dream bag as of now! OMG fringe overload! Please, I officially begins the facehunter investigation!
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