super summery

stupid happy love songs: the happiest of pop and indie pop vibes to jam to thoughts of your special someone

summertime - the mowgli’s // we don’t believe what’s on tv - twenty one pilots // final song - mo // our own house - misterwives // seeing stars - borns // starving (feat. zedd) - hailee steinfeld // swooner - the zolas // whatever forever - the mowgli’s // loveless - said the whale

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minimalist watercolor treat paintings by fache

nom nom nom, these treats look delectable — they’re watercolor prints of some of my favorite frozen confections, and they get me in a super summery mood.

anonymous asked:

Hiya I was just wondering would you be able to post some photos of alexis when she was that super summery blonde w loads of highlights and stuff? 😊 it's just because I'm going to dye my hair back blonde and I'd love to go that colour!! It's ok if you can't, thanks so much if you can though, I really appreciate it 💙 and I loveeee your blog 💙💙 thanks again x

I hope this is the hair you’re thinking of! let me know if its not! xoxo - Keira x

YYH Secret Santa for sinbald

This is so late… SO late… like, this was supposed to be for christmas and it’s been over a month late OTL

anyway, I had a variety of different prompts to choose from and picked “Yusuke being cool” (jk, smoking isn’t cool kids. Say no to drugs)

Thanks for being so patient and I hope this was worth the wait <3

“Hello from Connous Beach!”

“It’s finally summer! And, what better way to enjoy it than a trip to Connous! Hopefully sometime soon, I’ll see that caravan fellow… maybe he will have some watermelons to smash! See you all soon…”



Figured it was time to draw something super cute and summery! Hurray for the best season! <3

Super cute summery nails🌊 (yes I know summers basically over but we can pretend it’s not c; )

strobelite  asked:

im too lazy to type the band names so the first 15 odd ones (alabama shakes , ben howard , etc ) hav fun boo boo love u

Alabama Shakes: Favorite female lead? ooooh so many ok: PJ Harvey, Justine Frischmann, Debbie Harry, Pat Benatar, and Yukimi Nagano to name a few

Ben Howard: An album that reminds you of your favorite season? Was just thinking about how each Vampire Weekend album reminds me of summer in some way, but of all of them I’d have to go with their self titled when it comes to super summery vibes :)

Bastille: A song that brings back bad memories: Electric Feel by MGMT

Coldplay: A band you used to love but never listen to anymore: One Direction dskflkasjlf

Dawes: A genre of music you absolutely cannot stand? idk screamo I guess??

Elliot Smith: Favorite song to listen to when you’re sad? Coffee and TV by Blur

Fun.: Put your music on shuffle and list the first three.

Billie Jean- Michael Jackson

Mirrorball- Blur

This Is Not A Test- She and Him

Green Day: A song that makes you feel rebellious: Charger- Gorillaz

thank youb ren ily !!

Bespoke grapefruit soda and toffee-coloured tonic... London is upping its mixer game

Sunny days demand simple drinks, served long, lightly carbonated and well-iced. That means the mixer is as important as the booze. And sorry, Schweppes, but when it comes to diluting your spirit, there are other players in town. From house-made soda, haute fizzy pop and artisan tonics, London’s bars and brewers are stepping up to the mixer mark.

45 Jermyn Street was home to London’s first soda fountain, so you’d expect staff to know their carbonated bevs. They recommend mixing their bespoke fizz with mescal and passionfruit and thyme syrup, or sipping vodka soda with a dash of elderflower green-tea syrup. At Wringer + Mangle, home-made soda flavours include such super summery selections as fresh peppermint and lime and honey, or you can drink your way to Cuba with a white rum and grapefruit soda Hemingway Collins. The Ivy, meanwhile, spikes its green-apple-flavoured soda with vodka to make an appletini dangerously drinkable.

No hip bar or restaurant is complete without its own house-made take on a famous fizzy drink. At Bala Baya the mixer du jour is gazoz, a Turkish fruit-flavoured drink that the Southwark restaurant makes itself. Its ‘refresh’ mixes quince and fennel gazoz with gin, while vodka lengthened with grapefruit and thyme gazoz becomes a ‘tart’. At Breddos, meanwhile, the Mexican cola — more caramelly and aromatic than Coca-Cola — is house-made using the Mexican sugar piloncillo and cinnamon for a far more delicious take on your average double vodka Coke.

If you’re still after tonic, shake it up with the capital’s cooler purveyors. Fever Tree kicked off the tonic revolution after its founder, Charles Rolls, boss of Plymouth Gin, got sick of mixing his spirits with cheap cloying mixers. Now other indie brands and restaurants are following suit. At Spring, Skye Gyngell makes her own tonics ‘structured like a perfume’, incorporating Mexican orange leaves and jasmine sourced from London parks and gardens. Bermondsey-based BTW’s clean-tasting tonic water comes whisky coloured, as the company uses quinine extract (which gives tonic its tang) rather than an essence, as big brands do.

Cocktail maestro Salvatore Calabrese, who has just opened The Mule Bar beneath The Holy Birds in Spitalfields, namechecks The London Essence Co, which steeps juniper berries in its classic London tonic water to complement the piney taste of gin and uses stevia instead of sugar for healthier sipping. He’s also intrigued by Bon Vivant, a golden tonic syrup using natural quinine, which is mixed with soda water to taste. When it comes to long, boozy afternoons al fresco, it’s just the tonic.


I’m feeling super summery today! The sun is shining and being able to practice with the doors open feels so fresh. Even the dog is awake for a change! 🐶 Happy Sunday! #yoga
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