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Hello Dolly

As one can assume from its name, The Saturday Sale is a weekly shopping event that takes place every Saturday. As stated by official event management, “SALE IS FOR THE DURATION OF SATURDAY IN PACIFIC STANDARD TIME – DESIGNERS CHOICE IF THEY LEAVE IT OUT LONGER THAN THAT. SALE STARTS AT MIDNIGHT SO IF AN ITEM IS NOT OUT – CHECK BACK LATER DUE TO TIME ZONES AND SUCH!”

I enjoy this event because it has something for everyone — no matter your fashion sense or style. From clothing to shoes to accessories, home decor, and more — and all items are priced between 50-75L. You can view this weekend’s gallery at the following website: Going forward, SeraphimSL (which has always listed the Saturday Sale), will also show the full gallery.

While you’re checking out this weekend’s sale, keep an eye out for this fun and “cheeky” look from 1 Hundred.

Hello Dolly

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Save The Cheerleader

Hey all!

I’m finally back to blogging after some major happenings in RL — did ya miss me?

First, my computer went bonkers on me a few weeks ago. I had to completely wipe it clean and restore it to factory condition since Windows 10 decided not to load, restore, or cooperate in any way! In the process, I lost a TON of photos/looks that I had planned to feature on the blog. I can’t begin to express how angry, then sad I was as I had some really hot looks. 😞

More recently, I had surgery which has (naturally) slowed me down a little bit. I’m just getting back into the swing of things with some fun looks coming over the next few days and weeks. Thanks for sticking around and checking the blog out during my downtime.

So in the spirit of saving things and returning to blogging, let’s “Save The Cheerleader.”

Live Spelled Backwards

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