Hi guys!

Yo everyone. Sorry for not being on lately, I’ve been travelling loads and not everywhere has free WiFi ;-;

Anyway, I’ve suddenly had a lot of people follow me and basically this just to say a huge thank you to those people. When I get a new follow I get so happy and to see someone who is willing to see my posts is really heartwarming. The people are as follows:

omgitsmick
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shoujopixie
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zorobats
theroyalrin
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gruenlia
thisisforallthelonelypeople

Thank you all so much and have a great summer from me! ^-^

[2/?] Daughter of Smoke and Bone Tarot Cards: Liraz

“She was no mere weapon as she was trained to be, but a woman in full command of her power, unbowed and unbroken, and that was a dangerous thing.

Dreams of Gods and Monsters by Laini Taylor

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Collection’s Highlight: Feeley and Pollinger Two Piece Ensemble 

 This ensemble has the long bodice, high collar, and slightly puffed sleeves  indicative of the early 1890′s.  Joan L. Severa in Dressed for the Photographer  notes that during the early 1890s checked dresses made of wool were “suggested for general wear” (pg 459). On this particular piece the bodice hem is weighted to help the fabric keep its shape. In the lower photo of the back of the dress; please note how the dressmaker lined up the check pattern to form a perfect V shape down the back seam (how divine!). 

Fit note:  All those tiny little buttons on the bodice were a bit too delicate for me to pull through those button holes. So you will have to use your imagination. 

Bodice, 1891-1893, Feeley and Pollinger, wool, L: 23in. The Fenimore Art Museum, Cooperstown, New York, Gift of the Munson Williams Proctor Arts Institute, N0542.1963(01)a.

Skirt, 1891-1893, Feeley and Pollinger, wool, L: 38.5 in. The Fenimore Art Museum, Gift of the Munson Williams Proctor Arts Institute, Cooperstown, New York, N0542.1963(01)b.

vine

young thug so influential 

I think Check is the song that could possibly make the girls big in the states. It’s sexy, classy, gives off a vibe similar to Fifth Harmony’s “Worth It,” and is different from what most of the general public thinks of snsd and kpop (overly cutesy with Hanna Montana-ish kind of lyrics ((lyrics like the boys english version)) If they win at Teens Choice Award, I hope that they play (possibly perform??) this song.

anonymous asked:

where do you get most of your clothes from?

I get a lot of clothes from here because it’s really cheap and I can find anything I need from normal shirts to swimwear to faux fur things :)