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Posted 8 March 2013

Get Natalia’s look: charcoal wool coat, quilted black dress, black platforms

Pint sized Natalia Alaverdian is both super cute and super cool in this all black look. I love the high neckline (I’m all about turtlenecks right now) and the bold red lip. In my mind, the key to winter dressing is a ridiculously great coat. And Natalia’s overcoat is a perfect example; the dark charcoal colour, traditional cut and beautifully heavy fabric are a match made in heaven.



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Posted by Maggie A on 19 March 2013

That is a rather nice coat she is wearing. I really like it. xo Maggie A Love Mavin

Posted by Sharday on 11 March 2013

I just caught up on all your recent posts as I took a trip back home for a few weeks. Loving all your street style snaps :) x Sharday SHARDETTE BLOG

Posted by TRENDSURVIVOR on 9 March 2013

Love her elegant edgy look and the red lipstick! Amazing photos! See you in my blog, maybe. xxx Nina http://trendsurvivor.com/

Posted by Stacey on 9 March 2013

that outfit looks so warm! her coat is amazing. STYLE STARS

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