Fashion: Downton Abbey

9 Feb

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 I LOVE Mary’s fitted striped dress. And I wanna start wearing regal gloves. Yeah?!

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 I tend to lean more towards Mary’s style, she always has the best dresses and outfits.

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Maggie Smith is perfect in this show! What an icon. (I miss her as Professor McGonagall)

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I love the hunting dogs, they totally steal the show.

 I really wish men (and women for that matter) would ditch the hoodies and dress like this. Come on, Target! Give us an affordable regal line, please! Or at least H&M. That would ROCK.

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4 Responses to “Fashion: Downton Abbey”

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