western outfit

anonymous asked:

Your Gunslinger Bucky is one of the hottest creations I've ever seen. Holy hell. I love Bucky and I love outlaws and you made him perfectly!!! If Bucky existed in that time period that's EXACTLY how he would be. PS- Saving to buy him on a notebook :) He looks great. So hot.

➡ http://beardysteve.tumblr.com/post/160091349833/beardysteve-so-misspaperjoker-made-this

aaaaaAAHHH this is so nice omg THANK YOU <333 i really love….pretty much all AUs haha, but that western aesthetic is the beeeesssttt *u*
i’m glad i did him justice!! and i hope the notebook turns out nice, please feel free to send along pics if you get it :D

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Watanabe Mayu starring in her drama as Kiriyama Saori in Sayonara, Enari-kun ep. 1 (170430)

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tfw your prediction is extremely off but hey

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Akuaasante SS17 Cocktail Outfit


This cocktail outfit, made of neoprene and inspired by the Ghanaian culture movement, and the western cuts. This outfit is perfect for any evening occasion and definitely would have people stare at you, as it is a rare statement piece. I completed the look with a beautiful gold sparkling clutch from lacefacebyshade. What are your thoughts

Fashion Look by chicamastyle

samsamueldrake  asked:

could ya do rafe in a sexy cowboy outfit? i know he just got a western outfit but I havent seen it yet, so I'm making it up in my head haha. I can send you a pic of the outfit in messages for a ref :^)

Oh, sorry. Now is already after release his western skin.
But, I looked that and that was not sexy. lol
(but ribbon tie is so cute! haha)

So I’ve drew sexy cowboy Rafe by my image!
Of course I understand that this differs from your image. Sorry~!
And I made him that posing new danse motion for bonus. lol

Thank you for your request!

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I have always loved the long hair on the Hakuouki guys because of its meaning to them as Samurai. Not only as a sign of status but what cutting off the hair meant.

“Cutting off hair in Ancient Asia (Japan, China, Korea, & Possibly some other Asian Cultures) Symbolizes being banished or rejected from their home”  

It was also known to bring bad luck in some cultures as well so I always hurt when I see them cut their hair. So I decided to do some editing  so they could have their western outfits but still have their long hair. I did this a while back but I decided to share it now.

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Billboard Magazine announced Loretta Lynn’s entrance into the fashion world on Aug. 16, 1969.
Lynn and a group of Nashville businessmen formed the national franchise, Loretta Lynn’s Western Stores, Inc., with headquarters at Nashville’s Lebanon Road. Three stores were expected to open in the Nashville area with a projection of some 200 stores, most of which were expected to be under franchise agreements, over a period of three years.
Among items sold by the stores were saddles, bridles and western outfits.

jesse mccree & the heroic ideal

I need to talk to you about Jesse McCree. 

OK, so, here’s the thing: the way I see it, McCree essentially has two selves. The heroic fantasy he’s constructed, and the person beneath that. This is not to say that the heroic fantasy is false by any means; it’s only to say that I consider both factors when characterizing him. I should note that, to my mind, McCree absolutely did not grow up on a farm, and Blizz’s recent confirmation that he was still a minor when he joined Blackwatch underscores that for me (I could still be wrong–I could be wrong about all of this–but right now, I don’t think so); if he joined OW at 17, and he was already a notorious gang member prior to then, it means he was likely in that life from a depressingly young age. I think the guy’s had a rough go of it, especially early on. I think he was a poor southern kid (for an indeterminate value of ‘southern’) who turned to Westerns as a means of escape, and in them he found a set of ideals and a particular type of personality that he wanted to emulate.

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okay okay so in class we’re watching the feminist frequency video about sexualized NPC characters in video games and she uses mass effect as a way to show that even if you play as femshep things like getting a dance from Asari hookers still happen and like, I get her point, right? But at the same time, there are so many mentions in the game about how the Asari are actively working to remove this stereotype from their people and the men who objectify them are vilified? Also, not to mention that while the Asari have this stereotype in-universe, no one uses this against them when they are not in sex work positions. 

you can’t use ME as an example for these things because some aspects of ME actually exist to subvert these tropes. If you want to rat on ME for sexist tropes, even oversexualization of NPCs and characters (let’s be real here: every shot of Miranda exists to be a shot of her ass, and don’t get me started on Jack’s outfits) there are actually a ton, but the Asari hookers are a horrible example to use because they’re supposed to highlight the problems of the male gaze in universe. That’s my opinion, anyways. 

(it should also be mentioned that the Asari hooker dances do absolutely nothing to give you benefits, unlike other games that impose the “background characters for sex” trope or whatever she calls it)

Hamilcar in a Western AU !


He’s a blacksmith farrier settled in the outskirts of a little town known as Sternville.
Back when he was a slave of a rather wealthy family in a southern state, he stood up to the bratty young heir of the house. The argument immediately escalated and Hamilcar had a noose tied around his neck and was dragged behind a horse. It left him with several scars on the back, a crushed larynx and the strong desire to run away. He went up north and finally found an old barn to hide, not far from Sternville. When he got better - though he never regained the ability to talk apparently - he opened a small business as a blacksmith farrier. He mostly wants to be left alone and only communicate through grunts and angry glares, but he can be a surprisingly good listener if he cares enough.
He offers his services to both towns people and nearby natives, and even bandits sometimes. He just doesn’t care about allegiances of any sorts.