first item in my new clothing line
Karisma Kapoor looking stunning in a showstopping sky blue and gold lehenga at Lakme Fashion Week 2014
me: sends this to my mom
mom: you found a guy?
me: i just want to wear this dress ok i don’t have to get married to do it
mom: don’t you?
it can be your blogging outfit!
Girl posed in tree stump, early to mid-20th century. From the newly-acquired Florence Rickey George papers, Iowa Women’s Archives
Oops — shoulder-deep in work this week, so we didn’t get around to Tumblring. We hope to be back to normal next week.
Have a stump-free weekend!
Iowa Women’s Archives
View more historic images of Iowa women and girls in the Noble Photographs digital collection
Look! It’s my first and, very likely, only Polyvore set.
On the prowl…loljk…rewatching X-Files.
someone just reblog this post that I made four years ago. it’s still one of my creations that I’m most proud of.
no picture could truly capture it but, I grabbed everything that was hanging on one of the posts of my clothing rack and put them all on at the same time, the top picture tried. Then I was sorting through my t-shirts, stacking the ones that I wear a lot/ love a lot (I was wearing my Goonies shirt) and an odd animals and gay apple theme quickly emerged. I continually strip off my clothes in the hallway (that’s where the mirror is) and entangle my arms in the antique light fixture. I have to figure out how to wear that semitransparent shirt. every year I tell myself to get rid of it because I never wear it and then I put it on and think it’s cute.semitransparentcute. I’m keeping the white shirt that I never wear, on principle, I don’t know what principle. I finally got rid of that camisole that I never wear but always keep because “it has ruffles! it has flowers! it’s the frumpiest thing! it reminds me of The Virgin Suicides!”
and now I have a bag of donation and a bag of trash and it’s time to move onto another area of my lifestuff.
"you can’t wear that"
and yet, here i am. like magic. wearing it. like magic.