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We called Our Prince Of Peace as a perfect brand for the blogging set. With their punchy prints and super-cute fits and cuts, we could just see the e-stylists of Wordpress and StyleLikeU go nuts for the Miami-based line's inaugural collection. Though braggarts we are not, we must admit: We were totally right.
When O.P.O.P came to use with exclusive photos of three of Miami's leading blogging ladies taking the line for a spin, we were thrilled. We saw the gals behind Nany's Klozet, Steffys Pros and Cons, and Capture Fashion added their own personal flair to selected pieces from O.P.O.P's spring '12 collection. The bloggers featured attachable collars and high-low skirts, platform pumps, and nautical stripes...and also let us in on their fashion loves, including the decade in which they think they belong. Each gal definitely is rocking a specific flavor, but we've got to know: Did any of their looks go above and beyond?
Photos: Courtesy of Our Prince Of Peace
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Nimoy Foundation, the recently deceased 83-year-old was also a gifted photographer.
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