modcloth:

Why not try this sneaker DIY from Honestly…WTF and add some edge to your sneaks?

I want to try every DIY from Honestly…WTF, but I do have  some old keds I should do something with… 

modcloth:

Why not try this sneaker DIY from Honestly…WTF and add some edge to your sneaks?

I want to try every DIY from Honestly…WTF, but I do have  some old keds I should do something with… 

New York Street Style Fall 2012
New York Street Style Fall 2012

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hepburnlovesgivenchy:

Can’t go wrong with a great leopard print heel. 

hepburnlovesgivenchy:

Can’t go wrong with a great leopard print heel. 

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gasstation:

Carey Mulligan - 2012 Met Ball, May 7th

SHINY!

gasstation:

Carey Mulligan - 2012 Met Ball, May 7th

SHINY!

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Update: These are Sarah’s feet. She was in a class of mine last quarter and now we’re both in Sociology of Gender.

Update: These are Sarah’s feet. She was in a class of mine last quarter and now we’re both in Sociology of Gender.

This is Hope, a totally rad young lady in my sociology of gender class. Ok, to be more specific, these are the feet of Hope (which actually sounds like an awesome band name).
Anyway, I love these floral print flats she was rocking today, especially with the slightly pointed toe. Perfect for yet another implausibly sunny Seattle Spring day.
Plus, we exchanged mutual snaps on each others style as we walked out of class. Oh, Friday, you are rocking so far. Please keep it up.

This is Hope, a totally rad young lady in my sociology of gender class. Ok, to be more specific, these are the feet of Hope (which actually sounds like an awesome band name).

Anyway, I love these floral print flats she was rocking today, especially with the slightly pointed toe. Perfect for yet another implausibly sunny Seattle Spring day.

Plus, we exchanged mutual snaps on each others style as we walked out of class. Oh, Friday, you are rocking so far. Please keep it up.

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I’m going through old pictures to see what sorts of style-y pictures I’ve collected though the past few years.
This is my friend Alley’s shoes, as we were waiting for the bus to go on a treasure hunt adventure at Pike Place Market. 
Fan Fact: I had a semi-prophetic dream about Alley’s hair last year and it came true! Clearly I am magic.

I’m going through old pictures to see what sorts of style-y pictures I’ve collected though the past few years.

This is my friend Alley’s shoes, as we were waiting for the bus to go on a treasure hunt adventure at Pike Place Market. 

Fan Fact: I had a semi-prophetic dream about Alley’s hair last year and it came true! Clearly I am magic.


Laura Blokhina by Pierre Dal Corso for L’EDITO Magazine

Laura Blokhina by Pierre Dal Corso for L’EDITO Magazine

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bonparisien:

café pour deux (by ENRIQUE CASAS MAINAR)
hepburnlovesgivenchy:

The Vogue shoe closet.  NEEDS. 

hepburnlovesgivenchy:

The Vogue shoe closet.  NEEDS. 

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sarazucker:

i asked the women at the repetto booth at magic if i could have a moment alone with these absolutely mind-blowing, pixelated ballet flats and — who’d a thunk it — they let me! they aren’t limited edition, but i was told they’ll be sold at opening ceremony.
you bet your ass my fingers are tightly crossed that i will be able to afford them once they become available; my guess is that they won’t be (repetto footwear is typically priced around the out-of-sara’s-price-range $300 mark), but a girl can dream, right?

sarazucker:

i asked the women at the repetto booth at magic if i could have a moment alone with these absolutely mind-blowing, pixelated ballet flats and — who’d a thunk it — they let me! they aren’t limited edition, but i was told they’ll be sold at opening ceremony.

you bet your ass my fingers are tightly crossed that i will be able to afford them once they become available; my guess is that they won’t be (repetto footwear is typically priced around the out-of-sara’s-price-range $300 mark), but a girl can dream, right?