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Someone who will be somebody someday no matter what, currently with ombre hair and nice eyebrows.

This is inspiration as filtered by my brain. Musings, art, tea, quotes, Shakespeare, and the like is what you'll find around these parts.

“Consistency is the last refuge of the unimaginative ” -Oscar Wilde
books0977:

Flapper reading newspaper, with cigarette and showing some leg. Photographer unknown. One of a collection of erotic indoor studies (probably French). Circa 1920. Gelatin silver print.
In the 1920s, flappers broke away from the Victorian image of womanhood. They dropped the corset, chopped their hair, dropped layers of clothing to increase ease of movement, wore make-up, created the concept of dating, and became a sexual person.

books0977:

Flapper reading newspaper, with cigarette and showing some leg. Photographer unknown. One of a collection of erotic indoor studies (probably French). Circa 1920. Gelatin silver print.

In the 1920s, flappers broke away from the Victorian image of womanhood. They dropped the corset, chopped their hair, dropped layers of clothing to increase ease of movement, wore make-up, created the concept of dating, and became a sexual person.

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kateordie:

I love that point in a friendship when you get what the other person’s style is - their “thing.” You see a knit jersey tie and think of them immediately; a type of weather, a bad movie, a woman’s outfit. You know, with absolute certainty, that your friend would enjoy this thing with you more than anyone else in the world. You feel closer in that moment of recognition, even if they’re not there.

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Klimt’s “The Kiss” by Alice Kendall

(Source: wonderlandtattoospdx, via sdreyfus)


Rita Moreno, early 1960s

Rita Moreno, early 1960s

(Source: bellecs, via paddyfitz)

tofutits:

April 1st, 2014: the day we all got fancy hats.

literally me

(Source: scottiemcchottie)


Audrey Hepburn covering portion of face with fabric from her sleeveless dress of silk, printed in shades of china blue, by Givenchy. Photograph by Bert Stern, from the April 15, 1963, issue of Vogue, page 68. 
"In film after film, Audrey wore clothes with such talent and flair that she created a style, which in turn had a major impact o fashion. Her chic, her youth, her bearing, and her silhouette grew ever more celebrated, enveloping me in a kind of aura or radiance that I could never have hoped for. The Hepburn style had been born, and it lives today." Hubert de Givenchy. 

Audrey Hepburn covering portion of face with fabric from her sleeveless dress of silk, printed in shades of china blue, by Givenchy. Photograph by Bert Stern, from the April 15, 1963, issue of Vogue, page 68. 

"In film after film, Audrey wore clothes with such talent and flair that she created a style, which in turn had a major impact o fashion. Her chic, her youth, her bearing, and her silhouette grew ever more celebrated, enveloping me in a kind of aura or radiance that I could never have hoped for. The Hepburn style had been born, and it lives today." Hubert de Givenchy. 

(Source: missingaudrey, via thefilmcanister)

Is a fake kissing profile picture too much for my fake relationship? I think not.


Joan Crawford, 1939

Joan Crawford, 1939

(Source: deforest, via missingaudrey)

msmildred:

Gregory Peck and Audrey Hepburn in “Roman Holiday”, 1953.

msmildred:

Gregory Peck and Audrey Hepburn in “Roman Holiday”, 1953.

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omgthatdress:

Underwear
1942
The Metropolitan Museum of Art
"After the United States entered World War II in 1941, companies began to experiment with various materials in anticipation of rationing and shortages. This example is a prototype from Nina-Fay Foundations, which uses plastic for closures and stays instead of the usual metal. Although metal was not ultimately rationed, the company was experimenting with alternatives to metal zippers and hooks in the event that it was needed for the war effort."

omgthatdress:

Underwear

1942

The Metropolitan Museum of Art

"After the United States entered World War II in 1941, companies began to experiment with various materials in anticipation of rationing and shortages. This example is a prototype from Nina-Fay Foundations, which uses plastic for closures and stays instead of the usual metal. Although metal was not ultimately rationed, the company was experimenting with alternatives to metal zippers and hooks in the event that it was needed for the war effort."

(via missingaudrey)

liamdryden:

do not upgrade to Instagram Pro

liamdryden:

do not upgrade to Instagram Pro

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luciawestwick:

Sherlock is not an amateur, he’s PRO.

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