Pre Fall Collection 2013
Plaid Varsity Jacket and Dropwaist Skirt.
Now, let me tell you. I LOVE dropped waisted dresses and skirts. This photograph and well put together combo add to my personal obsession with dropwaist. I have three in my closet, and, just added a fourth from French Connection UK (fcuk). I would go hunting in this idk. If I lived in the 60’s I’d wear this everyday to class.
Dolce & Gabbana
This dress pulls everything in my mind together, my favourite colour scheme and some notes of renaissance. Absolutely lovely!
I am in love! And I believe I am also falling in love with Pucci and his COLOUR!
This would be my ideal goddess outfit. I would give em the ol one two in this one.
sleek boots look.
My late aunt once bought me and my sisters tops with little details like this. Except instead of flowers there were bugs on one and sodas and milkshakes on the other. I sometimes wonder where some cloths have gone.
This is what I would wear in my dreams, on a winter wonderland adventure.
I kind of, really, like Valentino.
I would consider being a genie in a bottle if I could wear Valentino every day.
Paper Moon Collection
Scrolling through the #halloween costume tag. I guess Deer is the new Cat.
The Great Gatsby
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Check out her website for information and prints: http://hsiaoroncheng.com
This is absolutely beautiful, I might have to get a print of one of Hsiao-RonCheng’s illustrations in the near future. Amazing style and colours and layers.
video credit: FatalefashionIII
The Tree Of Life Original Motion Picture Soundtrack (2011)
by Alexandre Desplat
This is all I have ever wanted… Modestly saying.
The cashmere, silk, leather, and velvet.
The glitter, the dreamy colours, the sheen and delicacy.
The v-necks, the neglegée-like frocks, the trousers, the coats, and the hollowed-out wedge.
The loose fit, the length, the elegance, the weight of it all.
And on top of that a beautiful dreamy catwalk set; which the music pulls all together.
I feel like this this some weird Tim Burton film or dusty old Oscar Wilde novel, its amazing! (mostly because of the hideous hair and scary faces)
If I had money I would invest in this lifestyle. Well done Vuitton.
The Perks of Being a Wallflower (1999)
by: Stephen Chbosky.
I don’t know if I should be sad that I do know what the perks of being a wallflower are, or maybe just happy I am starting to try to accept that perhaps there shouldn’t be… or at least only some. I don’t know. I kind of hate and love the title of this book.
The movie made me realize a few things as well that I hadn’t wanted to face when I finished the book, because after finishing the last chapter I was beside myself with worry.
This was one of a lot of really good books. It is a definite good read!