1. This is my other favourite thing here. #whatchamacallit #thingamajig #amazingkerelafruits #aintgotanenglishname #notsourbutyum 😍😜

     

  2. "Distance lets you know who’s worth keeping and who’s worth letting go."
    — (via coeursbelle)

    (Source: hellsangel12, via coco-au-lait)

     
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  4. "The hardest period in life is one’s twenties. It’s a shame because you’re your most gorgeous, and you’re physically in peak condition. But it’s actually when you’re most insecure and full of self-doubt. When you don’t know what’s going to happen, it’s frightening."
    — Helen Mirren, quoted in Esquire’s “What I’ve Learned (via postgradandpearls)

    (via coco-au-lait)

     
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  6. modcloth:

    The perfect cat eye. 

    (Source: misswallflower)

     
  7. theniftyfifties:

    Model Dorothy wearing a sheer blouse tucked into a silk-velvet skirt, 1957. Photo by F.C. Gundlach.

    (Source: pleasurephotoroom.wordpress.com)

     
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  11. womensweardaily:

    Hat from Dior’s Raout silhouette, Spring–Summer 1956 Haute Couture collection, Flèche line.

    Photo by Henry Clarke/Galliera/Roger-Viollet, Musée Galliera/Adagp, Paris 2014

     
  12. Feeling bereft after finishing one book…but still anxious and uncertain about starting another. Can anyone relate? #novels #reading #hobby #fearofnewbeginings #sadthatthestoryended

     
  13. creativesomething:

    There’s no guidebook to having ideas…

     
  14. everythingsparklywhite:

    33 CRUCIAL TIPS TO FIND THE WEDDING DRESS OF YOUR DREAMS

    PART VI

    Don’t forget about the accessories: Your dress is just one part of the whole picture. Don’t forget about the jewelry, veil, shoes, etc.  Keep all of these things in mind when picking out your dress. You want all the accessories to complement your dress and vice versa.

    Don’t be afraid to ask: Sometimes a bridal shop will give you the veil or an accessory for no cost on a big order. It never hurts to ask!

    Think before you leap: Buying a wedding gown is a big commitment so don’t feel pressured to make a choice before your ready. Take a few days to think it over before buying.

    Focus on how the dress feels: Keep the focus on this rather than on your perceived physical flaws.  Does the dress make you feel amazing/beautiful/like a dream?  If it doesn’t, that is not something you can fake.  Your discomfort will show.

     Get the details in writing: Before you purchase the dress, make sure you and the salon are super clear on what you are buying. Get everything in writing, including the schedule for alterations, the cancellation policy, the manufacturer’s name, the model number, and any other pertinent information.

    Part I / Part II Part III / Part IV / Part V

     
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