References and people that I think are pretty

mahouprince:

luigi-hikari-club:

astron0miia:

mahouprince:

Well, I was tagged! So here we go~ six selfies! I taaaaag… Everyone! Have fun and pick selfies that make you feel like you could conquer the world~~

Perfection ~!

You are cute and precious forever

Ahhh goodness~! Thank you all soo much omg ; ^ ;

stormtrooperfashion:

Caroline Trentini in “Clash Mob” by David Sims for Vogue, August 2014

stormtrooperfashion:

Caroline Trentini in “Clash Mob” by David Sims for Vogue, August 2014

stormtrooperfashion:

Auguste Abeliunaite covers Numero China, August 2014

stormtrooperfashion:

Auguste Abeliunaite covers Numero China, August 2014

castromarketsfca:

Joseph Simons

impalasscent:

destipie99:

spinachandchocolate:

claireruns:

manorhousebey:

My sister in Chicago sent me this today.  
It was really nice of her.


Tell her I say thanks

Tell her the entire Internet says thanks.

Tell them I say my bed is burning.

impalasscent:

destipie99:

spinachandchocolate:

claireruns:

manorhousebey:

My sister in Chicago sent me this today.  

It was really nice of her.

Tell her I say thanks

Tell her the entire Internet says thanks.

Tell them I say my bed is burning.

ladydarthcaedus:

lucidobscurity:

creepylittlecupcake:

geekgirlsmash:

Any time someone asks me if “I’m too old for that”, I just direct them to Advanced Style.

OMG YES

This is wonderful! Hoping to be one of them if I live long enough.

In case anyone wanted to know what I’m doing with my retirement.

Favourite Editorials | Coco The Clown

Coco Rocha by Sølve Sundsbø for Numero (2007)

stormtrooperfashion:

Julia Nobis in “The New Now” by Patrick Demarchelier for Vogue UK, August 2014

stormtrooperfashion:

Julia Nobis in “The New Now” by Patrick Demarchelier for Vogue UK, August 2014

policymic:

16-year-old dresses as every culture and counterculture of the last 100 years

Flapper. Beatnick. Hippie. Hipster. 

In her project “Counter // Culture,” 16-year-old photographer Annalisa Hartlaub captures all the mainstream and countercultural movements that have defined the last 10 decades. The results are a stirring series of portraits that bring life to a century of women, contextualizing how the friction of mainstream and counterculture defined progression. 

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