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💎Napoleon’s Coronation Sword used at his Coronation as Emperor of the French in 1804 can be seen in this François Gérard portrait of the Emperor in full Coronation Robes. Bejeweled with dozens of large diamonds from the former Royal Collections the greatest originally amongst them was the famous or infamous 140 carat “Régent Diamond ” ~diamonds can also be a man’s best friend, lol. 💎

Vive-la-France🇫🇷

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Guild Wars 2 Fashion - Éphémere 

Is Fashion Week still going on? Am I fashionably late? 
My Auramancer is one of my favorite characters, fashion-wise. I wanted an otherworldly, ethereal look for her. 

The main dye I used is Celestial, with Glint’s Sanctuary as a soft accent color and for the glowing parts on the Sylvari Cultural armor.

Armor skins used are: Feathered Headpiece, Phoenix Mantle, Nightmare Court Robes, Embroidered Wristguards, Orchid Leggings, Orchid Boots.

The Staff is TimeKeepers.

Breaking Point Part 2 (Lafayette x Reader x Peggy Schuyler)

Originally posted by real-hamiltrash

Pairing: Lafayette x Reader x Peggy Schuyler

Requested?: ‘WHY NOT BOTH??? Laf and Peggy are already a popular ship? You could have them dating and then let the Reader in the relationship?’ 

Prompt: A few day after leaving her husband, Reader has to struggle with single motherhood, divorce, and a certain Frenchman and Schuyler sister back in her life.

Words: 4800+

Warnings: Poly Relationship, Divorce, and Fluff

Masterlist / Part One

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You had barely moved all of your stuff out of the house before the weight of being a single parent reached your shoulders.

Ever since your twin children turned five, you felt like a single mom, since Thomas was always working or off with his friends at parties and wine-tastings. But now you were out of the house and filing for divorce, you never knew what single parenthood was until now. Now, you have to pay bills and work and take care of your kids. Not to mention that the newspapers and gossip magazines are all trying to get exclusive interviews with you over your divorce from the wealthy lawyer Thomas Jefferson. You, of course, made sure to keep walking and ignore the press and all the emails and shout outs on social media from them. You just needed some peace and goddamn quiet to collect yourself and figure out what to do.

You were laying in bed one late Saturday night when your phone was ringing out of the blue. You were staying with your mother for the time being until you figured out what to do in your predicament. Your children were sleeping in a trundle bed on the floor next to you in a large guest room. You softly crept out of bed and retrieved your cell phone from the desk on the other side of the room. When you saw the caller ID, you were shocked and relieved. You almost didn’t answer the call.

“Peggy?” You whispered into the phone in a disbelief tone.

You heard an ever-familiar giggle come from the other side. “Well, good evening, Mrs. Jefferson.”

Your eye twitched. “Please don’t ever say that again.”

“Sorry! I almost forgot about your situation. I haven’t been keeping up with the gossip down there in Monticello. Lafayette has been giving me updates on Thomas’ public image and how many times he’d mention you and the kids in interviews. You know how love sick Laf is for you.”

You chuckled. Lafayette was a friend of yours that introduced you to Thomas. Lafayette had been in love with you for a long time but realized the mutual connection you shared with Thomas so the Frenchman stood back as a supportive friend and was the one to walk you down the aisle at your wedding since your dad passed away when you were young. Lafayette had always been there but you hadn’t spoken to him since you moved to Virginia with Thomas while you were pregnant.

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Formal court wear for Peter I 1720-1730 while he was in Berlin. In the collection of the Hermitage Museum, St. Petersburg, which has this to say about it.

Peter’s formal wear, Berlin, 1720-30, Kaftan: cloth, baiberek (silk brocade), gilded thread, wood. L 116; justacorps: linen, taffeta, gilded thread, wood. L 96; trousers: cloth, satin, baiberek, gilded thread, wood. L 76 cm. © State Hermitage Museum, St Petersburg

The Twenty-four Paragons of Filial Piety in China

by Utagawa Kuniyoshi 歌川 国芳 (1797-1861) - Publisher : Murata-ya Tetsu 1842-1843.

Title : Kuzunoki Masatsura (楠木正行)

Scene : Kusunoki Masatsura in court robes over armor beside an armillary sphere on a starry night.

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GW2 Fashion week 1/? 

jumping on the bandwagon a little late but anyways, here’s my shiny mesmer Valariél
(灬♥ω♥灬)

Dyes
↳ Enameled Morning Glory, Wine, Shadow Purple, (Deep Glacial Sky) 

Skins
Set 1: Bunny Ears, Trickster’s Light Mantle, Trickster’s Light Vest, Primitive Handwraps, Carapace Leggings, Zodiac Shoes
Set 2: Devil’s Horns, Nightmare Court Mantle, Nightmare Court Robes, Nightmare Court Sarong, Orchid Boots
Set 3: Bunny Ears, Trickster’s Light Mantle, Zodiac Chest, Chaos Gloves, Zodiac Leggings, Zodiac Boots 

Weapons
↳ Twilight, Chiroptophobia, Whisperblade, Wall of the Mists, The Anomaly, Nightmare Staff

"C'était la mode de la garçonne, les femmes mettaient des robes courtes - non pas si courtes les garçons, arrêtez de fantasmer."

Université  - Ille-et-Vilaine