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Wellington Sevens Costumes 2012 – First Look

Wellington Sevens Costumes 2012 – First Look

Photos by Mark P. Williams

See also:
Scoop Images: Wellington Sevens Parade 2012
Wellington Sevens Costumes 2012 – Part 2: The Revenge
Wellington Sevens Costumes 2012 Part III


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The rugby games didn't start until 1pm on Friday but the shenanigans were already afoot around Wellington in the morning. Scoop went out for a look at street fashion, Wellington Sevens style.

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2012, sevens costumes,
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