Sunday, July 20, 2014
clairepettibone:

Claire Pettibone 'Papillon' wedding dress, Still Life Collection
See more of Papillon here —> http://bit.ly/1mAYn6q
Photo: Lucy Munoz featured on Style Me Pretty

clairepettibone:

Claire Pettibone 'Papillon' wedding dress, Still Life Collection

See more of Papillon here —> http://bit.ly/1mAYn6q

Photo: Lucy Munoz featured on Style Me Pretty

Friday, July 11, 2014

the-4th-tree:

I never realised you could be in love with a shoe until I went on the Chie Mihara website. (x)

Tuesday, June 10, 2014

Entitled

Me: This older generation pisses me off so much
Therapist: Why?
Me: Because when I was growing up, we were forcefed the idea that if we didn't want to be 'flipping burgers at McDonalds,' then we'd better go to college.
Therapist: And?
Me: And now we've all gone to college, have degrees, can't get a damn job, and the same people that told us to go to college call us entitled assholes because we refuse to flip burgers
Therapist: Touche
Sunday, May 25, 2014

cupcakesandtv:

Johansson was so determined to avoid looking like a movie star pretending to be a zookeeper running on empty and fueled only by her devotion to her motley assortment of big cats, zebras, and kangaroos that she refused to wear makeup for the film. A big deal for a female movie star, but it works, helping to anchor her performance in the details of actual manual labor—shoveling shit, feeding slabs of red meat to the lion and tigers—that we don’t see much of in American movies. (x)

#i’m sorry what? #that’s what your face looks like without any makeup? #well fuck me#i’m done #i give up

Monday, May 19, 2014

its-a-metaphor-fooool:

fitz & simmons | let me show you..
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because jemma’s speech about death was so beautiful, and their relationship is so beautiful and this song is so beautiful. i hope you enjoy it. c:

Wednesday, May 14, 2014
"

The stand out scene this week was Sansa as Alayne Stone in the Eyrie. Her scene was Lysa was truly heartbreaking, as we got to glimpse the real, young, excited, vaguely happy Sansa for the briefest of moments, before she realized that she had landed in another vipers’ nest again. For a brief moment, it looked like Sansa had found someone she could trust. Someone who would tell her things about her mother as a girl, and who would take care of her, and care for her well-being, and give her lemon cakes. And you can see the exact moment when she realizes that something might be amiss, when she stops smiling and speaking genuinely and starts reciting what she believes are the right words once again.

Lysa’s instability is terrifying to watch, but it’s Sansa’s denial of any relationship with Littlefinger that really hits you in the stomach. “I’m a stupid girl with stupid dreams,” she says, and although she attributes the words to Littlefinger, it’s clear that she’s speaking for herself, and crying over her naivety. She thought she had found someone who cared. She thought she was safe. But it was another stupid dream. She will never find safety. And although it’s interesting to see Sansa’s transition into someone who can play the game, who says the right words and wears the right expression and never ever ever reveals her true feelings, that glimpse of the child she still is and the happy person she could be was enough to highlight how cruel it all really is. Sansa is fourteen years old. She shouldn’t have to be a player. She shouldn’t have to try and do what Margaery does, but without a brother or a grandmother or many more years of practice and experience to support her. I’ve always been a fan of the Sansa: Queen of the North theory, but I think I’m going to switch allegiances, to Sansa: safe and happy at last.

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Monday, May 12, 2014

"You’re like one of those birds from the Summer Isles, aren’t you? A pretty little talking bird, repeating all the pretty words they taught you to recite."

""Oh Regina, if only there someone out there who loved you"."
Season 4 of OUAT (via colorrc)

Too soooon.

(via thepinkdisneyprincess)
 
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