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wish i had longer legs to pull them off siiiiigh.

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i finally found the pair i was looking for, at h&m!
they're more dungarees than rompers, actually.

However, they're bluegray and have pockets and are quite short, but not too short like the ones Zara offers.. (Which are on sale now, btw.)

it's such a fun concept for clothing!
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I love vintage ones and ones from Wish and Cooper St. They are so cute!

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I'd like a little navy romper I could dress up with gold accessories or dress down with flats.

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From Bardot for AUD$60. Is it worth buying it?
Source: bardot.com.au

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*whispers* Get a shakuhachi one instead !

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^shakuhachi ?

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i like it...ive been looking for a pinafore for a while. still cant find the right one...the ones in topshop/h&m are too short on the top part...if you get what i mean, id like a drop waist one.

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i like it...ive been looking for a pinafore for a while. still cant find the right one...the ones in topshop/h&m are too short on the top part...if you get what i mean, id like a drop waist one.
Ohh okay. Yeah I just brought it today and it looks pretty good. I got alot of compliments on them while trying them on and everything.

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*whispers* Get a shakuhachi one instead !
Yes! The buddy print pinny is so cute! Or the bracers skirt. :p

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It's my birthday and my parents for once got me something good: a short denim pinafore I love it, can't wait to wear it.

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^shakuhachi ?
They make some really nice pinafores , pastel colours with black piping trim but I'm pretty sure those ones have sold out they're very popular.

www.mycatwalk.com.au

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I think I might just make my own...a little oversized and with pockets, in a soft gingham print for day...

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They make some really nice pinafores , pastel colours with black piping trim but I'm pretty sure those ones have sold out they're very popular.

www.mycatwalk.com.au
Oh okay. Thanks for telling me. I was kind of lost.

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I think I might just make my own...a little oversized and with pockets, in a soft gingham print for day...
That's a great idea. Tell me how it goes.

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