Fashion and Fails
Cute Spring/Summer Look
Spring has arrived, and so has the warmer weather that will continue into the Summer season!  I personally am not one to wear too many bright and bold colors, so this is a look I would be more than happy to wear in these warmer months.  The length of the dress is perfectly offset by the length of the sandals, allowing for legs to be shown while keeping a classy look. This hairstyle allows both function and fashion, being both timeless and comfortable. I think this particular outfit would look great with a ponytail (either simple or more elaborate) or even a side braid, depending on personal style as well.  Minimal accessories keep the focus on these stunning sandals as well, and in warmer weather less hassle and more comfort.
Apr 19

Cute Spring/Summer Look

Spring has arrived, and so has the warmer weather that will continue into the Summer season!  I personally am not one to wear too many bright and bold colors, so this is a look I would be more than happy to wear in these warmer months.  The length of the dress is perfectly offset by the length of the sandals, allowing for legs to be shown while keeping a classy look. This hairstyle allows both function and fashion, being both timeless and comfortable. I think this particular outfit would look great with a ponytail (either simple or more elaborate) or even a side braid, depending on personal style as well.  Minimal accessories keep the focus on these stunning sandals as well, and in warmer weather less hassle and more comfort.

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Apr 11

"Working with Tommy on this capsule collection has been really amazing, I am a fashion fanatic and I am always looking for new ways to incorporate vintage, feminine pieces into my own wardrobe. Tommy and I share many of the same inspirations—old school music, classic films and old Hollywood icons—and his guidance during the design process helped to put a really unique twist on each piece."

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Apr 11

littlehookerofgaga:

“I used to walk down the street like I was a fucking star… I want people to walk around delusional about how great they can be - and then to fight so hard for it every day that the lie becomes the truth.” ― Lady Gaga

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Apr 9

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girls who can run in heels should be feared

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Apr 9
Apr 6

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Apr 3

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Apr 1

There’s something really badass about this.

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Mar 29

References.

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Mar 28

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everythingsbetterwithbisexuals:

nokki1:

cypheroftyr:

tiny-vessels:

achubbycupcake:

Tim Gunn on Plus Size Clothing
“Have you seen most of the plus-size sections out there? It’s horrifying. Whoever’s designing for plus-size doesn’t get it. The entire garment needs to be reconceived. You can’t just take a size 8 and make it larger. In my travels, I’ve been an advocate for larger women. I’ve been talking to designers, but only a half-dozen make an effort. Most say, ‘I don’t want a woman who’s a size 10 or 11 wearing my clothes.’ Well, shame on you! It’s not realistic

Love him.

"You can’t just take a size 8 and make it larger."Praise Jesus and all the saints for him saying this because damn, most “PLUS SIZED” clothing is fugly.

Amen. The plus sized clothing out there is crazy and makes me just…


I’m not surprised he said this. Ever since the first season, when they’ve had to do garments for everyday people who aren’t models, there’s always one designer (at the very least) who flips out as though they’ve never in their life considered that people who aren’t a size 0 might wear their clothes. Tim always looks at them like he wants to drown them in a lake.
Mar 27

everythingsbetterwithbisexuals:

nokki1:

cypheroftyr:

tiny-vessels:

achubbycupcake:

Tim Gunn on Plus Size Clothing

“Have you seen most of the plus-size sections out there? It’s horrifying. Whoever’s designing for plus-size doesn’t get it. The entire garment needs to be reconceived. You can’t just take a size 8 and make it larger. In my travels, I’ve been an advocate for larger women. I’ve been talking to designers, but only a half-dozen make an effort. Most say, ‘I don’t want a woman who’s a size 10 or 11 wearing my clothes.’ Well, shame on you! It’s not realistic

Love him.

"You can’t just take a size 8 and make it larger."

Praise Jesus and all the saints for him saying this because damn, most “PLUS SIZED” clothing is fugly.

Amen. The plus sized clothing out there is crazy and makes me just…

I’m not surprised he said this. Ever since the first season, when they’ve had to do garments for everyday people who aren’t models, there’s always one designer (at the very least) who flips out as though they’ve never in their life considered that people who aren’t a size 0 might wear their clothes. Tim always looks at them like he wants to drown them in a lake.

(via doomsdayaverted)

Mar 24

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The photographer Geordie Wood posted a picture of a young girl he took in 2008. This is what he wrote about that day and afterwards:
“One fine day in August 2008 I was shooting street style for style.com in the Meatpacking District. My editor and I were trolling for stylish folks when we happened upon the young woman posing above. When we approached her she was shopping with her mom but took a moment to pose for a photo. After taking three frames I asked for her info and in a very serious tone she responded, I am Lady Gaga – a singer/songwriter. It took all my energy to not break into hysterics, needless to say I let out a laugh later that day.
Sure enough it only took a couple months until she started popping up everywhere. After recounting this story recently to a friend I decided to dig up the photos. It seems that I caught her in the early stages of transformation into the cyborg we know and love today.”
Mar 18

The photographer Geordie Wood posted a picture of a young girl he took in 2008. This is what he wrote about that day and afterwards:

“One fine day in August 2008 I was shooting street style for style.com in the Meatpacking District. My editor and I were trolling for stylish folks when we happened upon the young woman posing above. When we approached her she was shopping with her mom but took a moment to pose for a photo. After taking three frames I asked for her info and in a very serious tone she responded, I am Lady Gaga – a singer/songwriter. It took all my energy to not break into hysterics, needless to say I let out a laugh later that day.

Sure enough it only took a couple months until she started popping up everywhere. After recounting this story recently to a friend I decided to dig up the photos. It seems that I caught her in the early stages of transformation into the cyborg we know and love today.”

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