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Yordy: Sinister, Floral Fashion

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Fashion Breakdown: Top from Bloomies ("silk army green"); jacket by Romeo and Juliet Couture; velvet tights by Zara; socks by Urban Outfitters; shoes by Dolce & Gabbana; bag from her mother's closet; rings from her grandmother's jewelry box; and necklaces from thrift.

Name: Yordy Borbinovich
Occupation: Make up artist with Estee Lauder
Who's your fashion idol? My friends!
How do you feel about the winters in Miami regarding fashion? I love it! That only means more layers.
Who inspired this outfit? Quirky downtown chic, LA or Miami downtown girl

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