zeldathemes
words and the bees

20-something latina. loves writing, intersectional feminism, beyonce, fashion, pop culture, ladies, mindy kaling.
teacher: what do you think is the most under appreciated art form?
me: winged eyeliner
ebonyzerscrooge:

PRINCESS!!!

ebonyzerscrooge:

PRINCESS!!!

sandwichocracy:

#the finnick odair we deserved

kimkanyekimye:

Kim & North at the Givenchy SS15 show in Paris 9/28/14

the-clockmakers-daughter:

fairytalemood:

"Garden Fairy Blessings" by Jennifer M. Gifford

༺ Can You Handle a Twisted Fairy Tale? ༻

the-clockmakers-daughter:

fairytalemood:

"Garden Fairy Blessings" by Jennifer M. Gifford

༺ Can You Handle a Twisted Fairy Tale? ༻

iwriteaboutfeminism:

Police arrest a woman for walking in the street minutes before the protesters begin their march.

September 28th

felixdawkins:

The question I’m asked most often as a defense attorney is whether I can tell if my clients are innocent or guilty.

I don’t care.

chubbycthulhu:

durnesque-esque:

moonblossom:

steverogershelmethair:

the-goddamazon:

sugaryleopard:

aculturedpearl:

Louboutins are redefining the “nude” pump— now available in five shades.  Great initiative!

Thank you Christian Louboutin. 

This is so important.

Yes, thank you for making more shoes literally none of us will ever be able to afford.

Fashion trickles down though. When a high-end designer like Christian Louboutin acknowledges that there should be variety in “nude” pumps, it will invariably be copied by cheaper and more accessible brands. This is a huge, positive thing.




That’s correct, it’s called the trickle down/up theory. It’s a cycle that has occurred since haute couture in Paris in the time of Worth, Poiret, and Chanel. and probably before. A good example of this is in The Devil Wears Prada when Miranda gives the speech about the cerulean belt.

chubbycthulhu:

durnesque-esque:

moonblossom:

steverogershelmethair:

the-goddamazon:

sugaryleopard:

aculturedpearl:

Louboutins are redefining the “nude” pump— now available in five shades.  Great initiative!

Thank you Christian Louboutin. 

This is so important.

Yes, thank you for making more shoes literally none of us will ever be able to afford.

Fashion trickles down though. When a high-end designer like Christian Louboutin acknowledges that there should be variety in “nude” pumps, it will invariably be copied by cheaper and more accessible brands. This is a huge, positive thing.

That’s correct, it’s called the trickle down/up theory. It’s a cycle that has occurred since haute couture in Paris in the time of Worth, Poiret, and Chanel. and probably before. A good example of this is in The Devil Wears Prada when Miranda gives the speech about the cerulean belt.

“I love clothing so much; it almost scares me sometimes. Whoever said, ‘Anyone can wear a dress, it’s how you dress during the day that matters’—I really believe that.”

I’m not usually a first-row kind of guy, but I promised myself I wouldn’t hide in the back of the class.