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anonymous asked:

do you have anywhere specific you look online for fashion inspiration? every time I just browse pinterest or instagram like every single ~fall outfit idea~ is skinny jeans + earth toned boots + cardigan + scarf and I'm SO BORED.

YES I KNOW THAT LOOK, the white girl in fall look; it’s not a bad look, but it’s a very predictable look, and I totally understand wanting to move away from that. I too moved away from a look that wasn’t bad, yet was also literally and figuratively stifling. so, how do you find inspiration? 

what I do is follow individual style bloggers + and street style blogs/accounts. 99% of this takes place on instagram, so get ready to download the app. if you’re going to use pinterest, make sure to search “street style”, not “style”. street style is what you call photos that are taken at various fashion weeks, of models and influencers and designers and average people who wanted to dress up and see the shows. it’s a great way to eyeball trends and to find things you can mix and match for yourself. often you’ll see a person whose look you really like, and it only takes a reverse image search to find them on instagram. nine out of ten times they’ll have a style blog of their own. if that sounds like a lot of work, it is. so here are a few of my favorites to get you started:

street style on tumblr: my only stop is 15x20. it showcases a huge variety of trendy, inventive looks, all put together by people who want to be eyecatching. one of my absolute go-tos. I get the germ of most of my outfit ideas here.

style on instagram: @lookbook is a solid account. mostly it’s images tagged #lookbook by bloggers or would-be influencers, and they’re all real people, so a lot of times you can follow them back to their style pages. one issue is that they usually don’t give details of where to buy the items of clothing they wear. also skews a little younger. 

fashion bloggers I follow on instagram:

@daniellevanier: really inventive, takes risks, is a pioneer of “it doesn’t have to be fitted” imo, and has introduced me to one of my favorite brands ever, ASOS White. sporty, femme, she can do it all. love her. 

@lolitamas: bang on with trends, she always seems to know what’s coming in the new season. she does a bunch of lifestyle blogging too, but her fashion posts are what I’m there for. she’s very sweet, very feminine, and a lot of her looks nail high-fashion casual, which I appreciate the hell out of. 

@masha: does the coolest things with layers and sneakers, and she really brings a lot of texture to every outfit. she looks great all the time, which is probably a curse when you’re that pretty, but she pays it forward by religiously cross-linking her outfit posts so you can track down where she got what.

@mamacaxx: just the most bright and exciting wardrobe; she knows how to make one garment do a million different things. pretty sure she and I bought our lavender frilly shirt dresses on the same day. 

@hhasselhoff: I am smitten by her beauty all the time, and I’m so all over the silk boudoir look she always seems to have going. someday I’m going to find out how she, someone with similar proportions to me, is able to hide her bra straps in all those satin dresses. 

@nicolettemason: femme, queer, and constantly doing awesome things with patterns. this was an immediate must-follow from me, and she’s just come out with a really trendy plus-size clothing line called premme, if any of you ladies out there are interested.

@asos_debbie: SHE KNOWS COLOR THEORY, and knocks it out of the park every time. she’s a buyer and stylist for asos, so she also has the inside scoop on new items that are dropping. also, incredible shoes, always. 

@aspensdottir: I just started following her, and it was the best decision I’ve made all week (and not just because she immediately liked every picture of my cats that I’ve ever posted). she’s incredibly inventive, and recycles various items of clothing in the most refreshing way. I’ve actually tossed a few things in some shopping carts because of her, and even though she’s half my size, the outfits she puts together are super adaptable to anyone. a++

the more you poke around instagram, the more you’ll find new bloggers that appeal to you specifically! it took me about a year to round up the 250 fashion accounts I follow, but it was worth it. now whenever I lack inspiration, I grab my phone and start seeing what clicks for me. good luck! 

M'kay Female Newsie


I can NEVER find anything about her. She’s like my favorite tho.

Here is my first actual post

It’s all about Smalls.

Look at her!!

Reasons to love Smalls:

1. Liana Hunt

2. She is so freaking proud, like when she’s on stage you can just tell.

3. She’s the only girl in her family

4. Dresses like a guy

5. Raspberry

6. What’s not to love??

7. I don’t really care if people think she’s a guy. You do what you want.


9. Only girl newsie at the rally

10. Liana Hunt

11. Look at her sign. It’s cool!

12. It’s funny becuase I don’t think that’s Liana Hunt in the picture but she still looks awesome.

13. Taller than Spot Conlon


15. Her face in that picture.

16. Having a female character is really important to history becuase 1 in 10 newsies were girls. That’s not a lot but the movie version didn’t have a single girl.

17. Cutie pie

18. More female roles in newsies

19. Me and my friend seriously have spent an hour talking about her.

20. She’s incredibly shippable??

Now since I’ve seen very few head canons for her. I have a couple head canons that me and my friends made up. And a very important ship that I bring to you punks.

1. Penguins. Smalls, though she has never seen one in her life, she will fight anyone who doesn’t think their the best thing ever.

2. She’s basically a almost toned down Spot Conlon

3. If you think the Bronx isn’t the best place on earth, you’re a dead newsie walking.

4. Fights with Spot claiming she’s taller. Due to them both being teens they compete for height.

5. Fights with Race over Spot

6. Is Not In Love with Spot Conlon

7. Calls Spot by his last name

8. Beats up anyone who thinks her brothers aren’t cool.

9. Crutchie is her favorite

10. She talks about penguins with him.

Modern hc

1. Lacrosse like there’s no tomorrow

2. Racetrack convinced her to be a cheerleader

3. Cuts her hair herself.

4. Probably steals Spot’s homework

5. Drinks coffee at midnight for no reason

6. “Race isn’t my friend. He’s a penguin hater.”

7. Liana Hunt is cool.

8. Hangs out with Hannah and Katherine

9. Goes to detention for fun.

10. Sits out with Crutchie when they go swimming

Of you are not convinced Smalls is cool you need to leave.

Also Spot and Smalls is actually a cute ship

Kinda like Sprace but not

Dating Edward Cullen includes:

1. Playing baseball with his family 

2. Him being super protective over you

3. Him not liking it when the wolf pack flirts with you 

4. Lots of cuddling 

 5. Wanting to be like him 

6. Trying to stay up as long as you can with him 

7. Sleeping with your head on his chest 

8. Riding on his back when he runs 

 9. Carlisle and Esme being like your parents

10. Carlisle helping you when you are sick 

11. Reading together 

 12. Movie nights 

13. Pulling all nighters 

 14. Doing school projects together 

 15. Him cooking with you even though he doesn’t eat it 

16. Smirking at each other across the room 

17. Inside jokes 

18. Ending up having a child with him ( like Bella ) 

19. Turning into a vampire 

20. The Volturi accepting you 

21. Going on hunts together 

 22. Races against each other

23. Being the packs favorite vampire

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LittlestWarrior’s Bone Hunting Guide


This is a guide for finding bones in the woods, not how to clean bones from carcasses or things to consider when picking up roadkill. I’m talking about walking in the woods or other natural areas and searching for bones. It will be a fairly simple guide. It is important to know that it’s called bone hunting and not bone finding because you may turn up empty handed. But that’s part of the experience!

Know The Laws!!

This is reiterated by most people throughout the Vulture Culture community, but it is very important to stress here again. This goes for every aspect of wildlife parts, from knowing what you can and cannot legally obtain, to knowing what you can and cannot buy or sell. This often varies from state to state, so it is very important to know your local laws. Something as simple as collecting a bird bone or feather can have very serious consequences.

In some states, it is illegal to find and keep an antlered buck skull without calling the Department of Natural Resources (DNR) or other wildlife agency in order to obtain a permit. In other states it is legal to find shed antlers, but illegal to buy or sell them. Bird parts are almost always illegal to posses. There may be some restrictions on protected species like bobcats or otters. So, please, know your laws. I do not know every law about every state, so I cannot answer exactly for you, but I can help point you in the right direction.

Tools You’ll Need

You don’t need many tools for bone hunting, but it is a good idea to have a few things. Namely, gloves and a few bags. Plastic bags are great to have on hand for carrying bones you may find, especially if the bones aren’t totally nature cleaned. Gloves are also great in this regard, because sometimes the things you find in the woods will be a little gross. Those are the two items I really recommend. Additional items you may consider – Drinking water, a compass, a knife, etc. Really depends on where you are searching and how far you think you will go.

Where to Look

Bones can be found just about anywhere. My personal preference is the woods! Perhaps you live in the city and feel as though you do not have any options. But you don’t need a huge expanse of land to find bones, even an acre or two is enough! You just gotta get out there and get to looking. Maybe your friend has a little patch of woods on their property. Simply ask them if you can look around a bit!

Public Land - Public hunting lands are a great place to start looking. Research your area and see if there is a public land near you. Be mindful of the laws for the public land. Some of these areas, although public, require that a person obtain a hunting license of some kind to access the land. Hunting licenses are fairly inexpensive. In my area, a small game hunting and fishing license combo is only $34 for the year. With this license I can legally access the public land year-round. Also, understand that even if you are not hunting, during certain seasons, such as deer season, you are likely required to wear a certain amount of BLAZE ORANGE coloring. Usually a vest and a hat is enough. This is for your own safety.

State Parks - State Parks have different laws than public lands. Often, animals in a state park are protected, and this includes their parts. It is best to avoid collecting animal remains from a state park.

Railroad Tracks - Avoid railroad tracks! Not only are railroad tracks dangerous, but walking along them is illegal. It is considered trespassing, as the railroad system is owned by the rail company. Yes, it’s true that many an animal dies on the tracks and bones are fairly common there, but you don’t want to join them! Keep your safety first and you’ll stick around for years of fun bone hunting.

How to Find Bones

There’s no concrete way of bone hunting that is sure to turn up bones, but there are definitely some tips to help in your search!

Take it slow. Look around. Walk a bit into the woods and stop every few moments to take time to enjoy the scenery and assess your location. Bones can literally be anywhere. Look at the ground right at your feet and in a wide circle around you. Look at the bases of trees and even up the base a bit. I have found a deer scapula stuck in a V-shaped wedge in a tree before. I have even found nearly an entire opossum that was partially clean right under my feet. It was under snow, too, but I wouldn’t have seen it at all if I didn’t pause and look around.

Bone Fever - You will see bones everywhere! I don’t mean that there will be bones everywhere, but you will see them. It’s the same thing in hunting called “Buck Fever.” Buck Fever is when a hunter sees a buck when there is only a doe, or when there are no deer at all. If you’re looking for antlers, you’ll see antlers. Same thing applies to bone hunting, hence, Bone Fever. If you’re looking for bones, you’ll see bones. That overturned leaf is totally a raccoon skull! That wonky branch is clearly a huge antler! That weird mushroom is definitely part of a cranium! The list can go on. But don’t be discouraged! If you think you see a bone, you may very well see a bone, so walk over there and take a look.

A good place to search for bones on public land is right near the area where people park. This is because some people will discard portions of their hunted animals. There is rarely a concrete way to tell if an animal was hunted just from a few bones, so this may only gain you bones from hunted animals and not from natural deaths. If that is a problem for you, perhaps avoid public lands altogether. However, if this is not an issue for you, take a look around! I have found a dog skull, numerous deer bones, and a cow jaw bone only a few hundred yards or so from the parking area on public land.

(PLEASE NOTE! If you see something suspicious, report it. If you see a deer carcass discarded, especially without a head or missing the antlers / skull cap, please contact a wildlife official. It is illegal to discard the food portions of a deer and some other animals, and headless deer or deer missing antlers are often a serious sign of poaching.)

Go downhill! Animals that have died on the top of a hill are likely to have their bones scattered to lower ground. So take a stroll down the hill and look around. It is even better if you can search near water sources, such as a stream. I have found a deer femur and two turtle shells when walking near creeks. Again, be mindful of the laws. Certain types of turtle parts cannot be obtained in some states. If there is a big river that is easy to access, check there too! I have found fawn bones and even a mostly attached groundhog paw along river banks.

Bones won’t always be white, but there is a good chance that bones in nature will be cleaned pretty well and often be very white. Again, as stated above, if you think you see a bone, take a look! You may get a little discouraged thinking you see a bone only to not find one, but imagine if you check it out and it’s a really cool bone! Worst case is you get a little more tired from all the extra walking, or, if you’re lucky like me, get stung on the butt by an angry bug.

Most importantly – Enjoy yourself! Take the time to enjoy your surroundings. Bone hunting is not a race or a competition. You don’t have to compare your finds or your collection with other people. The bones you find are uniquely yours and have their own story, so enjoy them for what they are, and enjoy being out in nature. One final note, please Leave The Woods Better Than You Found It! Don’t litter, and if you pass some garbage or other discarded trash items, take them with you and dispose of them properly. Good luck, and happy hunting!