TransientFashion

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You have missed this. admit it. the thrill of the chase, the blood pumping through your veins; just the t w o  o f  u s, against the rest of the world.

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#bbc sherlock  #otp: you'll do anything for him 

metapianycist:

*aggressively protective of gray aces’ and demis’ sexual orientations and status as asexual-spectrum being legitimate*

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#text 

Sherlock series 3 quotes:
M: "John  says he’s the most unsociable man he’s ever met."
S: "He is? He’s the most unsociable? Ah. That’s why he’s bouncing around him like a puppy."

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#bbc sherlock  #otp: you'll do anything for him 

plop-alot:

walking out of an exam you knew you failed

image

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#text 
"We teach girls to shrink themselves, to make themselves smaller. We say to girls – you can have ambition, but not too much. You should aim to be successful but not too successful otherwise you will threaten the man. Because I am female I am expected to aspire to marriage. I am expected to make my life choices always keeping in mind that marriage is the most important. A marriage can be a source of joy and love and mutual support. But why do we teach girls to aspire to marriage and we don’t teach boys the same? We raise girls to see each other as competitors not for jobs or for accomplishments, Which I think can be a good thing .But for the attention of men. We teach girls that they cannot be sexual beings in the way that boys are."
Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie  (via quarter-century-life-crisis)

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#text  #feminism 

LOTR “Not all those who wander are lost”- J.R.R. Tolkien

LOTR “Not all those who wander are lost”- J.R.R. Tolkien

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#text 

lucy-corsetry:

espartilhos:

Stephanie van der Strumpf
Burlesque dancer from Prague, Czech republic

Amazing corset by Riwaa Nerona!

— 6 hours ago with 2097 notes
#corsets  #corsetry  #fashion  #photography 
inspiringdresses:



Featured here is a very typical example of beautiful morning wear belonging to the late-Victorian woman. The arrangement of alternating lace and lawn stripes at the front of the dress is very typical of the period. Of particular interest, is the back pleating, commonly known as a Watteau back, a feature of early-18th century gowns in paintings by Watteau. Overall, the silhouette creates a stunning line which remained popular for two centuries.

inspiringdresses:

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Featured here is a very typical example of beautiful morning wear belonging to the late-Victorian woman. The arrangement of alternating lace and lawn stripes at the front of the dress is very typical of the period. Of particular interest, is the back pleating, commonly known as a Watteau back, a feature of early-18th century gowns in paintings by Watteau. Overall, the silhouette creates a stunning line which remained popular for two centuries.

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— 7 hours ago with 47 notes
#morning wear  #19th Century  #fashion  #undergarments 
and-also-lace:

Chatelaine, France, early 19th century.

Cut steel was a fashionable material for jewellery, buttons, buckles, sword hilts and watch chains in the decades around 1800. They were made from brightly polished rivets, their ends faceted to imitate diamonds. Such pieces gave a grey but powerful glitter. Originally an English speciality, the production of cut steel had spread to other centres in Europe by the early 19th century.

and-also-lace:

Chatelaine, France, early 19th century.

Cut steel was a fashionable material for jewellery, buttons, buckles, sword hilts and watch chains in the decades around 1800. They were made from brightly polished rivets, their ends faceted to imitate diamonds. Such pieces gave a grey but powerful glitter. Originally an English speciality, the production of cut steel had spread to other centres in Europe by the early 19th century.

— 8 hours ago with 15 notes
#chatelaine  #jewelry  #Accessories  #fashion  #19th Century 
anachronisminaction:

Mirana Marmoreal aka the White Queen costume for the annual Alice in Wonderland party at #barsinister ~ I wish I had had time to make a little crown like she wears in the movie. Skirt was refashioned from the remains of a very sad wedding dress. Corset was from a previous costume I made for #labyrinthofjareth hair accessories are vintage.
#alice #mirana #whitequeen #costumes #cosplay #corset #vintageglamour #lace #swarovski #tulle #ruffles #aliceinwonderland #disney #upcycling #glitz #glitter #glitter-everywhere (at Bar Sinister)

anachronisminaction:

Mirana Marmoreal aka the White Queen costume for the annual Alice in Wonderland party at #barsinister ~ I wish I had had time to make a little crown like she wears in the movie. Skirt was refashioned from the remains of a very sad wedding dress. Corset was from a previous costume I made for #labyrinthofjareth hair accessories are vintage.

#alice #mirana #whitequeen #costumes #cosplay #corset #vintageglamour #lace #swarovski #tulle #ruffles #aliceinwonderland #disney #upcycling #glitz #glitter #glitter-everywhere (at Bar Sinister)

— 10 hours ago with 18 notes
#corsets  #corsetry  #fashion  #photography  #anachronism in action