sábado, 21 de noviembre de 2015

Abrigo largo gris

 Abrigo/coat: SheIn
Camiseta/tee: Zara
Jeans & botines/boots Cortefiel
Bolso/bag: Céline
Collar/necklace:  Alexandra Lyng
Gafas/sunnies: Prada

¡Gracias por leerme! /  Thanks for reading!

6 comentarios:

  1. Me encanta el maxi abrigo gris! El bolso y los botines ideales también!

  2. ¡¡Qué chulada!! la verdad que el gris es un tono bastante chulo al que se le puede sacar mucho partido :)


  3. El abrigo es súper chulo, y los botines me encanta,


  4. Hola!!! conocéis http://www.litury.com ?
    Es una tienda de cosmética ncho y natural muy chula!
    Pasaros seguro que os gusta!
    Y los gastos de envío son gratis!

  5. Capitals owner Ted Leonsis lifts the Stanley Cup on Thursday night in Las Vegas after Washington won the trophy for the first time in its 44 year history. He coach factory outlet online login had seen the photographs from back in Washington, of streets flooded with red, a city in total communion.

    He held his right hand to coach outlet online his cheek. His eyes welled with tears.

    "Nothing's easy," he thought. And then, after a beat, another thought: "What do I have to do next year to do it again?"

    Leonsis bought the Washington Capitals in 1999. He believed in the civic purpose of a sports franchise, how it could weave a city tighter. But he also understood how tied to winning those ideals were.

    "I've always believed nothing brings a city closer together than a winning sports team," Leonsis said. Washington came together for the Capitals, but it also suffered collective anguish after annual early playoff coach outlet store online exits. Leonsis once official coach outlet online said he knew he would cheap coach purses be considered a "failure" if the Capitals never won the Stanley Cup. He felt the same sting his fan base felt, over and over, layered with responsibility.

    "It makes it taste better," Leonsis said Thursday night, standing on the ice after the Capitals' clinching Game 5 victory over the Vegas Golden Knights. "It's much, much sweeter to go through all of the pain and suffering to click here get to the top of the mountain. That's the way life is. That's the way great businesses get built. It's official coach factory outlet online never easy."

    [The Capitals' season from bitter disappointment to the Stanley Cup]

    Since Leonsis took ownership of the Capitals from Abe Pollin, he has grown enmeshed in the city's fabric, an ever present driver and cheerleader of Washington's sporting fate. He is compulsively connected to fans and sometimes, in his deference to patience and loyalty, coach handbags outlet detached from their sentiments. He made hubristic statements about never missing the playoffs and winning multiple Stanley Cups. The majority owner of the Wizards since 2010, he once declared Andray Blatche and Jordan Crawford part of the team's "new big three." Coach factory outlet website He sits next to the Wizards' bench, hollering at officials and encouraging players. He wears a Capitals jersey in his suite.