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let go, it comes back

Got the chop last night - was time to go back to my original hair colour, and although I loved the ombre shading, the blond damaged the ends pretty bad. Its still pretty long, despite missing 12 inches, but much easier to manage... anyway, this week I've been working on the Spring collection + some fun wedding creations
I found this bright jewel colour fabric in the scrap piles at Rathdowne Fabrics, and stared at it until this top appeared. Its kind of sporty with the beige jersey sleeve inset. I left the edges raw because I couldn't think of something better to finish it.
+ Neuw Jeans / H&M bangles / Mimco cuff

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