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15th April 2014

Photo reblogged from secret--gardens with 9 notes

secret—gardens:

edwardian fashion - Google Search on We Heart It.

secret—gardens:

edwardian fashion - Google Search on We Heart It.

Tagged: hairclothing

15th April 2014

Photoset reblogged from THIS IS THE END with 6 notes

thequeenoflizards:

Let’s be inspired by 1940s, pt. 2:
a model + street snaps + some celebrity, I guess + a fashion magazine cover + a private photo + a private photo again + a modern fashion photo

Tagged: clothing1940

15th April 2014

Photoset reblogged from This is just who I am with 3,439 notes

sixpenceee:

OK so this was the Bloody Mary movie, I watched as a child. It scared me so bad. I couldn’t be in a room by myself, and made my grandma stand outside my bathroom when I showered. It definitly did scar me. I was 10 years old at the time. 

It’s a short film (20 minutes) and you can watch it here: part 1 & part 2

15th April 2014

Photo reblogged from Fashion In History with 271 notes

fashioninhistory:

Cape (Detail)
Emile Pingat
1895
This beautifully constructed Pingat cape gains a rich and elegant appearance from its use of coordinating black beadwork embroidery on alternating flat and pleated panels of contrasting materials. That elegance can particularly be seen in the front where the embroidery on the two flannel panels line up to create a larger cohesive design oriented horizontally, as opposed to the other panels which are vertically oriented.

fashioninhistory:

Cape (Detail)

Emile Pingat

1895

This beautifully constructed Pingat cape gains a rich and elegant appearance from its use of coordinating black beadwork embroidery on alternating flat and pleated panels of contrasting materials. That elegance can particularly be seen in the front where the embroidery on the two flannel panels line up to create a larger cohesive design oriented horizontally, as opposed to the other panels which are vertically oriented.

Tagged: clothing

15th April 2014

Post reblogged from ᕕ( ᐛ )ᕗ gettin jiggy with 62,841 notes

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15th April 2014

Photo reblogged from Fashion In History with 404 notes

fashioninhistory:

Wedding Ensemble 
1878
While white is now de rigueur for bridal attire, the fashion for white wedding gowns originated only in the late 19th century and was not commonplace until the 20th century. This dress is a good example of the more practical 19th century practice of brides wearing colored gowns for weddings. The wedding dresses could then be worn again for other receptions and social events. A well-made and finely-detailed example of the period, this dress would have been described as a “cuirass” or “cuirass style” at the time it was made, a term that refers to the form-fitted bodice. A steel-boned corset helped to achieve the ideal figure for the cuirass style in the 1870s and 1880s.

fashioninhistory:

Wedding Ensemble

1878

While white is now de rigueur for bridal attire, the fashion for white wedding gowns originated only in the late 19th century and was not commonplace until the 20th century. This dress is a good example of the more practical 19th century practice of brides wearing colored gowns for weddings. The wedding dresses could then be worn again for other receptions and social events. A well-made and finely-detailed example of the period, this dress would have been described as a “cuirass” or “cuirass style” at the time it was made, a term that refers to the form-fitted bodice. A steel-boned corset helped to achieve the ideal figure for the cuirass style in the 1870s and 1880s.

Tagged: clothingwedding dress

15th April 2014

Photo reblogged from Fashion In History with 404 notes

fashioninhistory:

Wedding Ensemble 
1878
While white is now de rigueur for bridal attire, the fashion for white wedding gowns originated only in the late 19th century and was not commonplace until the 20th century. This dress is a good example of the more practical 19th century practice of brides wearing colored gowns for weddings. The wedding dresses could then be worn again for other receptions and social events. A well-made and finely-detailed example of the period, this dress would have been described as a “cuirass” or “cuirass style” at the time it was made, a term that refers to the form-fitted bodice. A steel-boned corset helped to achieve the ideal figure for the cuirass style in the 1870s and 1880s.

fashioninhistory:

Wedding Ensemble

1878

While white is now de rigueur for bridal attire, the fashion for white wedding gowns originated only in the late 19th century and was not commonplace until the 20th century. This dress is a good example of the more practical 19th century practice of brides wearing colored gowns for weddings. The wedding dresses could then be worn again for other receptions and social events. A well-made and finely-detailed example of the period, this dress would have been described as a “cuirass” or “cuirass style” at the time it was made, a term that refers to the form-fitted bodice. A steel-boned corset helped to achieve the ideal figure for the cuirass style in the 1870s and 1880s.

15th April 2014

Photoset reblogged from Ice Man Jin's Ku Stuff with 94,539 notes

belowtheprecipice:

cosmographia:

thepap64experience:

Mulan: The only Disney Princess with a body count… in the thousands

I yell this to anybody who misses in anything. 

a body count… in the thousands

Source: garfizzle

15th April 2014

Post reblogged from blue eyeliner and fairytales. with 237,979 notes

schrodingersnerd:

everythingisnightvale:

discontentramblings:

An asexual and pansexual become room-mates and have wacky adventures

The show is called ‘All or Nothing’

Plot twist: the asexual is really super outgoing and is a huge flirt while the pansexual is extremely socially awkward and has trouble ordering coffee let alone getting a date.

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my hand slipped

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15th April 2014

Photoset reblogged from We are one with the Fandom with 10,835 notes

dylanships:

2x07//3x16 & 1x05//3x13

 (haletostilinski)

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