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Susie Bubble(s) in Rue Du Mail.

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Style guru Susie Bubble flaunts a new Spring look the includes a beautiful dress from Parisian brand Rue du Mail. Their Spring/Summer 2012 collection consists of lively but simplistic patterns. It also plays heavily on sheer.

But the Rue du Mail dress isn’t the only star in this wonderful outfit. If you’d like to purchase something from Rue du Mail collection →click here.←


Shirt → Boy by Band of Outsider.

Bag  → Theyskens Theory.

Sandals → Christopher Kane.

Scarf/Sunglasses →  Ksubi.

Susie Bubble in SS12 Rue du Mail electric blue dress. (Photo Courtesy of Susie Bubble.)

Susie Bubble in SS12 Rue du Mail electric blue dress. (Photo Courtesy of Susie Bubble.)

Photo Courtesy of Susie Bubble.


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