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2010 Wellington Sevens Costumes Pics (Part One)

2010 Wellington Sevens Costumes Pics (Part One)

Images by Lyndon Hood

wellington new
zealand sevens costumes 2010 – queens of
hearts
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See also:
2010 Wellington Sevens Costumes Pics - Part Two
2010 Wellington Sevens Costumes Pics (Part 3)
2010 Wellington Sevens Parade Costumes

At lunchtime, our correspondent hit the streets as a city dressed up for the 2010 New Zealand Sevens. Outfits ranged from silly to awesome to unfortunate for an event that is the closest Wellington comes to Carnivale.

Early in the day, Scoop was able to report few new trends, apart from the occasional pie-blowing, Alices in Wonderland, and ladies gaga.

Stay tuned for more Scoop coverage.

wellington new
zealand sevens costumes 2010 – greek warriors and
maidens
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wellington new
zealand sevens costumes 2010 – always blow on the
pie
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wellington new
zealand sevens costumes 2010
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wellington new
zealand sevens costumes 2010 – twister
girls
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wellington new
zealand sevens costumes 2010 -
stormtrooper
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wellington new
zealand sevens costumes 2010 - scary
clowns
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wellington new
zealand sevens costumes 2010 - lady gagas
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wellington new
zealand sevens costumes 2010
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wellington new
zealand sevens costumes 2010 - blackface
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wellington new
zealand sevens costumes 2010
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wellington new
zealand sevens costumes 2010
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wellington new
zealand sevens costumes 2010
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