wardrobe-project

anonymous asked:

So it looks like David got his leather jacket from the You, Me, & Him film? And I think a pair of faded black, ripped jeans? Who wants to bet the Vivienne Westwood denim jacket is also straight from the movie and not just an inspired personal purchase? Combined with the Mad to be Normal red velvet suit, I think we should have a masterpost of things David took home from filming.

Anonymous said to thingsdtwears: Behold the you me and him poster found on reddit type /r/davidtennant/comments/69amt8/you_me_and_him_poster/ in the url (phone limits). Oh mercy, that jacket, that dead squirrel on his chin… love the pink hair!

Ok guys, before we get suited up, did anyone get super excited for a moment thinking Georgia got pink hair? Like I knew she wasn’t in the movie, but on first scan it really looks like her.

Now on to the nitty gritty.

I think we have to consider this film in a separate category, and as such I’m going to go out on a limb and say that David probably provided most of his wardrobe himself (either bought, or from pieces he already owned) .  

The denim shirt above I’ve previously documented as having belonged to him way back in 2007.

The Leather Coat is also same as documented.

The maroon T-shirt… I’ve dug and dug through every stage door or otherwise image from the last few months and I don’t see it.  But whatever, it’s a T-shirt.

Thing is, this movie was a bit of a family project for them. So it makes sense that he’s keeping and recycling his wardrobe. From IMDB:

Pet passion project and ‘family affair’ for producer Georgia Tennant. This movie was Georgia Tennant’s first job as producer, was written and directed by her best friend, stars her husband and her father, and was financed by Georgia and her husband.

So I guess when you finance the movie, you can keep whatever you want.

Also:

In February 2017, lead actor David Tennant bought a full-page back cover ad for the as then-uncompleted movie as a birthday present for his wife, the movie’s producer Georgia Moffett, at a cost of $38,000. The advert was an attempt to gain the interest of investors and potential distributors, and cost a quarter of the movie’s total budget.

David just really loves his wife. OK?

Year Round Capsule Wardrobe - 50 pieces

I finally finished sorting through my clothes and I finished with a 50 piece wardrobe for the entire year. I know it may sound a little crazy but I’m not counting the following items:

  • Workout t-shirts and tank tops: 14
  • Workout bottoms: 10
  • Hoodies and cold weather running gear: 8
  • Pajamas and robe: 4

So, what am I counting? Basically clothes that could be worn to work, school, social events… Pretty much everything besides working out, sleeping and being at home.

This is my final list, for all the seasons of the year. I choose to do this instead of doing a seasonal capsule wardrobe for two reasons: there are some clothes that I wear all year round and I’m moving from a 3-story house to an apartment in two weeks, so I’ll have no storage space.

Tops

  • Button down shirts: 5
  • T-shirts and “dressier” shirts: 7
  • Knitwear v-neck long sleeve shirt: 1
  • Long sleeve basics: 5
  • Trench coat: 1
  • Blazer: 1
  • Parka: 1
  • Cardigans: 3
  • Long cardigans: 2
  • Denim jacket: 1

Bottoms

  • Leggings: 3
  • Dress pants: 1
  • Jeans: 4
  • Skirt: 1
  • Shorts: 3

Others

  • Sundresses: 4
  • Little black dress: 1
  • Black jumpsuit: 1
  • Dresses: 2

These are my main 50 items. I’m not counting shoes and scarves because I think these are what make a difference in outfits, and allow to create different outfits with the same clothes. But just for the kicks this is my list:

  • Scarves: 8
  • Flip flops: 1
  • Flat sandals: 2
  • Running shoes: 1
  • Hiking shoes: 1
  • Chucks: 2
  • Ankle boots: 2
  • Flat knee high boots: 1
  • Wedge heel sandals: 3
  • Ballerina flats: 1

I also have about 10 items that need alteration, but they’re pretty much baggy shirts that I’m turning into racer back workout shirts.

And that’s it! I’ll also implement the rule: if I buy one thing, other thing must leave in it’s place.

Castiel Wardrobe Upgrade Petition

This project was inspired entirely by this post.
When I drew how I thought Lucifer!Cas might change his wardrobe, I just had ideas pop and pop in my head faster than my snail-speed rehabilitating drawing skills could manage.
First, I thought “well, if Lucifer!Cas (in my mind) has a black, double-breasted, long, billowing trench coat, a good excuse is just to have Cas keep it when he comes back, right?”:

If everyone’s all about the little “Winchester plaid” lining in the collar of the current trench coat, why not just give him a Burberry plaid tie, maybe as a gift from the Winchesters? (Also, because it seems Misha likes Burberry? He has a few shirts from them, from what I can gather from Con pictures.)

Well, if the Winchesters ever let him live in the MOL bunker, they just might try to have Cas adjust to a Hunter’s uniform…

I thought he might hold on to the white shirt, like “Yes, I’ll wear your ‘uniform jacket and denim’, but I’m comfortable in this shirt.” (Anyway, it shows the tie that the Winchesters *in my mind* gave him better.)

OR, a leather motorcycle jacket?

The lapels of this jacket are similar to Cas’s first trench coat, so I think it’d suit him well. The epaulettes (the ornamental shoulder pieces) would add extra dimension in close-up shots.
Other variations of Cas in leather:

Ver. 2′s leather jacket’s shape is more similar to what Misha owns, and I again went with Burberry plaid rather than traditional plaid.
Ver. 3, honestly, I just wanted to draw Cas in a heather grey henley. I was going to go with a reddish-brown leather jacket, but in the limited spectrum of colors I have at my disposal, I couldn’t find a color that would work. I went for a less traditional light grey leather jacket, because… did I tell you I think Misha looks stunning in heather/light grey?

This is where I was about a week in pulling all-nighters in the sketching phase for this project, and my brain started to just go “Hey, what about that outfit?” (This is also where the crucial colors of my Copic markers died in the coloring phase, so I am bummed I can’t bring this to you in color.)
Here’s Cas in a variety of Star Wars costumes (special guest Sam):

Okay, please allow me to take my rare opportunity to brag: I’ve translated for Mr. Harrison Ford before! (a little bit before he signed for Star Wars: The Force Awakens) He was extremely respectful of others, patient, and so good, we actually wrapped early! I’ve worked with A-listers, but he is the one that really made an impression on me. Such a gentleman. So yeah, of course I had to draw Cas in Han Solo’s costume!
Back to the subject: since Jedi robes were, in part, inspired by kimonos, my mind initially wanted to draw Cas in a kimono, but my brain worked kimono= Japan= anime, and went “You know, Attack on Titan(進撃の巨人) has a great uniform.” Then I had to stop because this was getting out of hand, especially when I knew I was out of ink.
As an ending note, I drew my favorite outfit other than the first trench coat Cas has worn on the show and added my personal assessments from this project:

I was still bummed because I had finally pushed myself into coloring-mode and couldn’t color these in what I knew would work. I kind of panicked, and I looked at what colors were available to me, and as BBC SHERLOCK’s Dr. John Watson would say, “I’M MAKING DO!” (3x02), and well…

Sick!Cas was what I could do with the colors at my disposal. I’m not sure this would qualify as “Twist and Shout fan art”, but if I may be so bold as to tag it just in case…

This has been one hell of an unintended, grand art therapy project.

Please don’t repost this as your own, and, again, more importantly, I don’t want to fight. Please don’t reblog if you’re going to use this as ammunition for a fandom war.
Please be kind to one another. *fandom hugs*

anonymous asked:

Hi there!! I'm still pretty new to BSD and the fandom but I thought your ability was the coolest and I was wondering if you could tell me some stuff about it?? I know there's stuff on the wiki but I like knowing random little things you know? like what your ability is like for you! tysm!! - Lucy

Thank you for asking. ^^ I don’t get to talk about it very often.

One misconception that I wish people would stop spreading is that Rashoumon is the coat I wear. Yes, it is focused through the coat (and I don’t like to take it off often because it’s a comfort object), but my ability is simply to manipulate clothing with my ability. If it’s something I’ve worn before, especially if it’s a significant part of my wardrobe, I can even project Rashoumon through it if it’s being worn by someone else. But it could be anything – I used to manifest it within a scarf when I was young and didn’t own a coat. When you think about it, what possible sense would it make to have an ability that is an item not intrinsically part of you? Honestly.

In any case….

My Rashoumon also has a limited sentience that I share in. It doesn’t speak to me, but I can sense its presence at all times and catch vague ideas of how it’s feeling or reacting to outside stimuli. I find it difficult to describe, but… Perhaps it’s easiest to say that it thinks in colors and sensations rather than words, and that it’s similar to the voice in the back of your head that most people have. If, you know, the voice in the back of your head was a powerfully destructive shapeshifting baby that could fold space.

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Capsule Wardrobe - Year Round!

It’s finally done and I couldn’t be more excited. It’s such a nice feeling knowing that every in my wardrobe fits and that the mix and matching possibilities are endless. I got rid of over 15kg of clothes and shoes to reach this final mix!

What does it include then?

Bottoms

  • 1 black trousers
  • 1 burgundy trousers
  • 1 black skinny jeans
  • 1 light wash skinny jeans
  • 1 denim skinny jeans
  • 1 pencil skirt

Tops - light

  • 1 pink sleeveless top
  • 1 coral batwing top
  • 1 mint crop top
  • 1 coral-orange shirt
  • 1 white button down shirt
  • 1 blue polka dot button down shirt
  • 1 stripped button down shirt
  • 1 black blouse
  • 1 naby blouse
  • 1 plaid shirt
  • 1 flannel shirt
  • 1 denim shirt
  • 1 ¾ sleeve black shirt
  • 1 stripped black and white shirt (long sleeve)
  • 1 stripped black and white shirt (short sleeve)
  • 4 basic long sleeved shirts (white, beige, brown and black)

Tops - heavy

  • 1 light knit yellow mustard shirt
  • 1 cable knit beige jumper
  • 1 grey/white cable knit jumper
  • 1 turtleneck knit jumper
  • 1 light pink knit jumper

Coats

  • 1 faux leather jacket
  • 1 winter coat
  • 1 black parka
  • 1 military style parka
  • 1 oversized beige cardigan
  • 1 black cardigan
  • 1 blazer
  • 1 trench coat

Shoes

  • 1 pair of trainers
  • 1 pair of Converse shoes
  • 2 pairs of flats (black and coral)
  • 1 pair of Oxford shoes
  • 1 pair mid heel loafers
  • 1 pair of tan ankle boots
  • 1 pair of black buckle boots
  • 1 pair of brown boots
  • 1 pair of flip flops

Others

  • 1 black dress
  • 2 hats
  • 1 pair of gloves
  • 3 light scarves
  • 4 heavy scarves
  • 2 bags

That is a total of 60 items, which don’t include workout/lounge wear clothes or underwear. It may seem like a lot to some and not enough to others, but it seems like just enough for me.

Minimalism mode is 200% on!

Rhodium Clothing is available at Society6

Everyone knows that how hard is to wake up and start the day. This shirt will let know others, that how do you feel about your day.

This is the second piece of “chemical structures in the wardrobe” project. Enjoy!

The shirt could be ordered from: http://society6.com/rhodiumclothing/caffeine-loading-zmr_t-shirt#11=49&4=135 for $22.00

And there are also, V-Necks, Tank Tops and mugs with the same artwork on them: http://society6.com/rhodiumclothing/caffeine-loading-zmr_mug#27=199 for $15.00

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So I’ve long said I’d revive this project, and I finally got off my butt to do so.

New pictures and new style will be posted soon, for now have old shots from when I lived in Japan! Click for captions.

Wardrobe Project was both an exercise in self-esteem, as well as a handy way of cataloging neat outfit ideas when they came to me (I have a terrible memory and a far-too-large closet). I could use it again!

anonymous asked:

When we first see Jasper, she had a cape. All of her subsequent appearances have been sans cape. Do you think that it's part of her projected wardrobe or someone different?

I think its probably something she projected on, since I can’t imagine Homeworld has clothing (the concept seemed brand new to Peridot, afterall). She was wearing it for dramatics with the idea she’d be squaring off with Rose but now that Rose is Steven she’s not as interested in dramatics since the whole event is ruined from whatever she pictured in her head beforehand