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BDBA Lookbook SS13′

Stumbled upon the first pic on Pinterest and clicked through to discover Spanish label BDBA. I jumped on their website and they look like a high street label (which I usually steer-clear of blogging), but I just loved all the textures and muted tones in this collection and wanted to share. We’re so into nudes and dusty pinks right now and this lookbook inspired me. Oh and I love how it looks like they shot it at some kind of old abandoned town… like our own Sovereign Hill of Ballarat, or that episode of Get Smart (or Scooby Doo) where they stumble upon a Ghost Town. Those old timey places always kind of creep me out in a kind of kitchy-horror-movie kind of way…