Sweater Vests Are Cool

princessskittybot:

new aesthetic: cryptidcore

  • kitschy t shirts and keychains from souvenir shops depicting the local urban legends and monsters
  • glow in the dark stuff and generic alien themed stuff
  • tin foil hats
  • muffled x files, gravity falls, and twilight zone theme songs playing in the distance
  • staring into the night sky and wondering if we’re alone
  • lots of pictures of the woods and abandoned houses

knitmeapony:

rebelliousjez:

knitmeapony:

knitmeapony:

Sudden mental image of a well-meaning but immensely powerful necromancer who refuses to raise people from the dead, but is constantly resurrecting long dead fashion trends.

No seriously, I’m in love with this. “Leave me alone to study, young man, or its denim pant suits for everyone!”

This is why lucite and dayglow had a mini resurgence in the early 2000’s. Thankfully, the threat was localized to fashion week, and a paladin of Good Taste was able to stop it before it got out of hand.

#OF COURSE THE TRADE OFF WAS TRUCKER HATS #BUT YOU CAN’T WIN THEM ALL

YESSSSSSS

hotsytotsy:

pearlconcubine:

autumnbound:

powderedbuns:

dialga:

meowling-quim:

sockdreams.com is such a dangerous website omg you can drop so much money within the blink of an eye

I NEED ALL OF THEM

let me tell you about sockdreams okay. everything they have is cute and their “longer” socks which are for taller or curvier people are amazing. i am almost 6 feet tall and not a skinny lady and i bought some thigh highs thinking they’d end up being calf socks on me and just kind of resigning myself to this fate but when they arrived (in like two days, holy shit they mail out fast) not only did they pull all the way up without trouble, they managed to stay up and look cute. as. fuck. OP’s right yo, that website’s a threat to your wallet.

sockdreams is such a legitimate company and I love them a lot

For realsies, SockDreams is amazing.  I really admire them as a company for making a strong commitment to being body positive.  They put a lot of effort into making sure their sizing information is accurate, have a wide range of options for plus and tall sizes, and are vigilant about hateful comments appearing on their sight.  Not to mention, the language they use on their website is very inclusive.  All my love for sockdreams.  

I’m so in love with this site.

blackfashion:

Armando Cabral in ”Origin - Elsewhere” photographed by Dean Isidro for Out Magazine

dopenmind:

Emerald Shaw
www.howtobedope.com
Photography: lex-the-creative
Editing: Emerald Shaw and Alexis Townsend

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kculturefashion:

"Once Upon A Time" by Kang Hyea Won

Vogue Korea June 2014

Model: Song So Hee

blackfashion:

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historia-polski:

Examples of Polish regional costumes:

Woman’s bodice (back) from Cieszyn, Poland

Woman’s apron from Kraków region, Poland

Woman’s kerchief (detail) from Bojków, Poland

Woman’s apron from Górny Śląsk (Upper Silesia), Poland

Woman’s vest (back) from Kraków, Poland

Woman’s Apron from Łowicz, Poland

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See more traditional costumes at Polish Folk Costumes.

sosuperawesome:

Scarves by Shovava

afrikanattire:

Launched last month, Wafrica — Africa plus wa for Japan — has unveiled a range of kimono handcrafted in an array of African cotton fabrics that would seem to be a million miles from the subtle silks more commonly associated with traditional Japanese dress. Yet despite the orange comets and flashes of lightning tearing across a moss-green background, and the tribal swirls in colors that recall the sun-drenched African soil, the prints blend seamlessly into the kimono form before they surprise Japanese shoppers with their foreign origin.

The cultural cocktail is the brainchild of Serge Mouangue, a Tokyo-based concept- car designer for Nissan, who joined forces with Kururi, a Tokyo-based kimono- maker, to produce the traditional Japanese attire in 18 African prints sourced in markets from Nigeria to Senegal.

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Serge Mouange introduces the WAfrica concept and kimono (Fashion show)

Le kimono Africain: Serge Mouangue TED talks