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DIY // Dipped & Polka Dotted Flats

I’ve been in love with these flats for a while now, but they don’t have them in my size (I wear a 5 1/2, don’t judge me). So, in order to get a similar look that fit my hobbit sized feet, I got a little creative. Alas, I ended up with these fancy polka dotted …
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