clash print

⇁ all that is gold (m)

Originally posted by chimtae

pairing⇁Taehyung x Reader

genre⇁smut, angst || roommate!au + sugar baby!au

warnings⇁sub!taehyung, skype sex, masturbation, orgasm denial, possessiveness, slight breath play, oral sex, dirty talk, thigh riding, tae ends up sort of a switch? idk

word count⇁11.2k

As a college student struggling to make ends meet, Taehyung resorts to a less than ethical method to satisfy his appetite for expensive treats. The last thing he wants is for you to find out how he acquires the Gucci in his closet… however this proves to be difficult when you are his roommate.

or : Taehyung is a sugar baby and somehow thinks he can keep this a secret

a/n; ¯\_(ツ)_/¯

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I think I dress fine and my sister thinks I clash terribly and I realize I have achieved my goal of dressing like Jehan.

Daisy, Daisy, give me your answer, do

What is cooler than one multibillion-dollar box-office hit? Two multibillion-dollar box-office hits. 

British actor Daisy Ridley is about to have both to her name as she returns as Rey in the next instalment of Star Wars. Emma Brockes meets her as she prepares for superstardom. — ELLE UK, December 2017

A few weeks after the release of Star Wars: The Force Awakens, Daisy Ridley, who plays Rey – Jakku scavenger, desert-planet survivor and feminist hero – went on holiday to an island off Croatia with friends from the crew. The actor, who was 23 at the time, had been warned that after the release of the movie – number seven in a franchise that has made more than $42bn (£33bn) – her life would dramatically change, and she was terrified. This was, after all, her first big-screen role. 

In restaurants, she scrutinised waiters to see if they were being too nice to her; she wondered if she’d ever be able to use the tube again. On holiday, her friends started calling her Linda, ‘as a jokey alias’, she says, ‘and then they started calling me Paranoid Linda’ when she became convinced a man was following them around and wondered if he was a private detective employed by the studio.

Two years later, 25-year-old Daisy is sitting opposite me at a restaurant in downtown Manhattan, dressed in a shirt and capri pants in clashing blue-and-white prints, her hair still wet from the shower. She’s brimming with the kind of enthusiasm that reads on screen as charisma, and that helps to explain her meteoric rise from stage-school graduate with a few TV credits to her name to one of the most recognisable young stars on the planet. Paranoid Linda still makes an occasional appearance, she says, but mostly she has managed to adjust to life after two Star Wars movies.

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Grantaire is so ugly and far from social norms by most people’s standards.

He has a huge nose and a perpetual five o’ clock shadow, looks like hasn’t slept in 3 days, and has wild, unmanageable hair. He wears super baggy sweaters, mix matched print, and clashing colors.

He mumbles to himself while he walks and bobs his leg up and down when he sits. Sometimes he goes off on tangents about the space time continuum or critiques of modernist art.

He’s the antithesis of put together.

And Enjolras loves it

shinetroll  asked:

Hello, fellow listener! I want to be Cecil for Halloween this year, but I can't decide what I should wear. I have a "Night Vale community radio" t-shirt that I might incorporate into the costume, but other than that, I'm not sure of the best approach to be recognized as Cecil. Do you have any tips or suggestions?

Hello there! 

Since you already have something that literally says Night Vale community radio I wouldn’t be overly concerned about being recognized. That said, the easiest cheat to be recognized from my (limited) experience cosplaying Cecil is usually lots of purple and a pair of headphones or a radio mic prop. 

Some possible additions to your ensemble could be do use your interpretation of a canon outfit (the fuzzy pants, the sponge clogs, the cat ears in particular make repeat appearances, the tights etc.), or just an interestingly loud clash of prints. 

The great thing about Cecil’s character is there really is no “wrong” way to interpret his unique sense of style, or more generally his appearance. 

Shameless Gallavich: Ian, what you and I have makes me free..

What kinda sap actually draws pansy-ass Ian x Mickey art, when there are plenty of irl photos and videos of these two? Me, I suppose. My sister and I have been binge watching Shameless, and I’m absolutely in love with Mickey. My precious bb deserves to be happy, but fuck if he’s ever actually going to get it. Also, the rose bush was sorta an afterthought, so it might clash with the Hawaiian print, but I couldn’t pass either of them up.

No but seriously, Fuck Minimalism

Minimalism lied to you. 

Minimalism told you that the past was monochrome. That the height of ancient fashion was a plain white robe, that the Enlightenment was the most important art movement of the eighteenth century, that Victorians wore nothing but plain black, white and brown. It told you that Japanese art was its inspiration but stripped away every beautiful detail.

Minimalism told you that the functional must be unadorned. That simplicity is elegance. That plainness is clean. It told you that ornament is clutter. That trim is only used to hide mistakes. It tells you that beautiful things collect dust, that intricacy is dirty. 

Minimalism told you your cultural heritage is tacky. It told you vibrant African prints clash. It told you intricate Islamic tiling is fussy. It told you beautiful European embroidery is quaint and old fashioned. 

Minimalism told you to limit your vocabulary. It called clever wordplay purple prose. It told you clarity was in short, dull sentences. 

Minimalism told you that masculinity is expressed in dull simplicity. It gendered the ornate. 

Minimalism told you that nature is only expressed in simple lines. That certain colours shouldn’t appear together. 

The truth is, minimalism lied. It’s an ugly 20th century fad that has long overstayed its welcome. It endures for two reasons. 1: It’s easy to mass produce. Flat pack furniture is cheap and easy. Tailoring printed fabrics and adding well-placed trim takes effort. Designing architecture that’s more than just boxes takes time. 2: It allows boring white men to erase the importance of POC, women, and their own heritage in the history of art and design. It keeps influence in the hands of the few and devalues the work of thousands of skilled people.

So fuck minimalism. Embrace ornament. Wear as many accessories as you want. Decorate the space you inhabit. Perform theatre in beautiful places, not in dark boxes. Support artisans and craftspeople. Use the words you found in thesauruses and old literature. Celebrate real history. Make the most of modern synthetic dyes and use colour in everything you can. Enjoy beautiful things. 

Less was never more.

Hogwarts House Aesthetics (because all the other ones suck)
  • Ravenclaw: Knit jumpers with clashing prints/Cats curled up on your lap/Taking time out for yourself/Piles of blankets/Procrastinating/Towers of unfinished books/Writing an assignment the day before it's due/Creasing your brow in concentration/Not changing your bed sheets for weeks/Getting annoyed at your friend who always has one hair out of place/Going to sleep in the middle of a party/Obsessing over things/tangles of power cords/crumbs in your bed/Being a perfectionist to the point where you just decide not to start something so you don't fail/Not being afraid to tell your friends when they're wrong/Working out the quickest and laziest way to get something done/overthinking everything
  • Slytherin: Spending hours on a video game until it's finished/isolating for self care/amazing covers of your favourite songs/memes/staying in bed past midday/being ready to leave the house before everyone else/running your fingers through your hair in an attempt to smooth it out/nervous ticks and traits/really listening when people talk and storing the information away/not talking about something that's bothering you until it's literally ready to burst out/making people believe innocent lies because it's funny/lying down drunk and talking about random things/constantly searching for new music to listen to/ice cream on a cold day/stealing other people's alcohol at parties/running into people you used to know and trying to get away as fast as possible/making your friends feel like they're the most important people in the world
  • Hufflepuff: Flowers in the laces of Doc Martins/Dying your hair different colours as often as possible/Buying your friends gifts because you love them and they deserve it/Curling up and watching a movie with your pet/As many fairy lights as possible/Making friends in the bathrooms of clubs and bars/Anxiety before confrontation but knowing it's for the best/Seeing a stranger crying and asking if they're okay/The taste of your favourite homemade desert/Setting your mind to an idea and working until it's finished/The nostalgia of a favourite childhood book or movie/Not telling people something's wrong, because you don't want to trouble them/Lying on the floor listening to your favourite music/The desire to beat up the person who's hurt someone you love/Climbing into bed after a long and tiring day/Trusting people enough to cry in front of them/The warmth of the sun during the cool of spring
  • Gryffindor: Jumping as high as you can on a trampoline/Long drives down to the beach with your best friend/Taking responsibility for your actions/Shouting from the top of a mountain/A bon fire on a summer night/Mud caked shoes/Embarrassing yourself and laughing along with everyone else/Fighting ruthlessly for what you believe in/Retro tshirts/The feeling of getting thoughtful gifts from close friends/Planning roadtrips/Finding cuts and bruises on your body that you don't remember getting/Showing up late and out of breath to class/Feeling entirely alone/Going out partying even though you know you have to be up early the next day/Sitting on the kitchen counter/Balancing on the back legs of your chair/The sound of knuckles hitting flesh/Eating your weight in food at parties/The snap of christmas crackers

anonymous asked:

Hey petals I know you're busy and all, but what are your thoughts on the entire team cross dressing for all women's month. You don't really need to talk about it if you don't want to, I'll still love you <3

Hello!!! Thanks for the prompt- here’s what popped into my head:

  • They don’t do it for women’s month, they do it for Tango. Really, the boys end up doing a great many things for Tango because Tango has questions and sometimes the internet cannot fully answer those questions so…
  • To date, the Samwell Men’s Hockey Team has also: acquired goldfish and attempted to recreate the mythbuster experiment about their memory, attempted to create their own greenhouse in the background for winter gardening, collected and measured lake water v rain water v river water (and yes that included driving out on a saturday to a river and then jumping in the river to pull samples from the middle because what if that’s different too??), and dropped bowling balls off the roof of the house.
  • Oh and they also, bought a pizza from every pizza place who delivers to their house at the same time (seriously, 9 laptops were out and everyone clicked confirm simultaneously) then measured when those pizzas arrived and done a taste test of every single bite. It seemed like a fun idea but midway through slice number 6, the boys realize that they still have to eat another 3 pieces (including crust!) so maybe they found out what the best pizza place was but it was for naught because no one wanted pizza for like three months after that.
  • (like seriously, all of them tell Tango to just sign up for all the science class and science labs. the boy needs to get his curiosity out somewhere because it is getting unsafe. Bitty had found him, Whiskey, Ransom, and Holster about to go try to “hand feed the swan, Bitty! We have to see if we can BEFRIEND HIM.” “get back in the house with my pie. the thing has almost killed people. No i am not joking with you. move it. right now.”)
  • It turns out that Shitty and Tango are a dangerous combination. Shitty rambles in the group chat about something, Tango doesn’t fully understand and then asks a thousand questions and more often then not, despite answers from Shitty, he decides he needs to try it for himself.
  • So, back to your point: Shitty is very big on fighting the gender binary, Shitty mentions how clothes are needlessly gendered. Tango gets that look on his face. Tango asks, “So we can wear anything we want?” Shitty says of course! Tango asks, “Well how do I really know what I want?” Shitty says, “Try it!”
  • Tango flushes a little bit at that, sputtering about how maybe if he hasn’t had the urge, he shouldn’t bother, but he has that glint in his eye that says he wants to so Whiskey, who has set himself up as Tango’s defender and often comes up with the logistics of his many, many experiments, shrugs and says “if you want, I’ll try some out with you.” (Whiskey has worn dresses for his younger siblings before and knows its not for him, but sometimes a bro in want of wearing a dress needs another bro to do it with him.)
  • Lardo says: “anyone who steals and stretches out my clothes is dead to me. And then dead to the rest of the world. Because i will kill you.”
  • So it’s off to Goodwill and Goodwill always turns into a thing so the whole gang (illegally) crams themselves into Lardo’s minivan (Tango and Whiskey get shoved in the trunk bc they are tadfrogs). Ransom and Holster shop for their Halloween outfits, Lardo and Dex pick through for actual clothes and Nursey had already been at Goodwill last week (bc Nursey is all about that ironic hipster goodwill life) so he helps Whiskey and Tango find the good stuff. Bitty helps too. 
  • Tango seems too nervous to jump straight to dresses so Bitty suggests they get some floral tanktops and skirts that he can wear with a t-shirt if he wants first and then Whiskey finds both of them long, sheer cardigans and Ransom and Holster come bumbling back with jewelry and “look we found oldschool clip on earrings!” and overall it is a great success.

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