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AbigailElizabeth, Model

ID:11691
Cedar Rapids,  Iowa
I'm Abigail Elizabeth.  Most people just call me Abbie.  I'm working on building my portfolio while I'm still in school so I can start modeling more seriously afterwards. 
I would love to model for a clothing company or makeup line.  I do a little clothing design of myself and have been very into photography for the past...   read more
 
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Age:29
Height:5' 8" (172 cm)
Weight:120 lb (54 kg)
Chest:34" C (86 cm)
Waist:26" (66 cm)
Hips:36" (91 cm)
Eye Color:Blue
Hair Color:Blonde
Dress Size: 4 US
Shoe Size: 8.5 US  (39.5 EU)
Skin Color:White
Ethnicity: Caucasian
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Cobra Renee  wrote about AbigailElizabeth on 12/02/09   11:12 AM     
Thank you for the Friend request!
Your stunning Darling
Lyra Bloom  wrote about AbigailElizabeth on 12/01/09   03:06 PM     
Thank you for the FR!

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