shorelle:

One of my favourite parts of Winter Soldier was seeing Steve and Natasha disguised as hipster dorks. (welcome to 21st century fashion, Cap!)

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Timestamp: 1397664874

shorelle:

One of my favourite parts of Winter Soldier was seeing Steve and Natasha disguised as hipster dorks. (welcome to 21st century fashion, Cap!)

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devolvingme:

Today in the Skagit Valley.

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Timestamp: 1397664685

devolvingme:

Today in the Skagit Valley.

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shanjedi:

leaderoftherevolution:

This basically sums up one of the biggest problems with the United States’ schooling system

With the a lot of the worlds schooling system.

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Timestamp: 1397664666

shanjedi:

leaderoftherevolution:

This basically sums up one of the biggest problems with the United States’ schooling system

With the a lot of the worlds schooling system.

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faeryhearts:

Regency Era Fashion Timeline ― 1809 - 1828

Fashion in the Regency period saw the final triumph of informal styles over the brocades, lace, periwig, and powder of the earlier 18th century. In the aftermath of the French Revolution, no one wanted to appear to be a member of the French aristocracy, and people began using clothing more as a form of individual expression of the true-self than as a pure indication of social status. As a result, the shifts that occurred in fashion at the turn of the 19th century granted people the opportunity to present new public exterior identities that provided insights into their individual private selves. For women’s dress, the day to day outfit of the skirt and jacket style were practical and tactful, recalling the working class woman. Women’s fashions followed classical ideals, and tightly laced corsets were temporarily abandoned in favour of a high-waisted, natural figure. This natural figure was emphasized by being able to see the body beneath the clothing. Visible breasts were part of this classical look, and some characterised the breasts in fashion as solely aesthetic and sexual. 

In Britain, Beau Brummell introduced trousers, perfect tailoring, and unadorned, immaculate linen as the ideals of men’s fashion. In Germany, Republican city-states relinquished their traditional, modest, and practical garments and started to embrace the French and English fashion trends of short-sleeved chemise dresses and Spencer jackets. American fashion trends emulated French dress, but in a toned down manner with shawls and tunics to cope with the sheerness of the chemise.

Incorporated in this new “natural” style was the importance of ease and comfort of one’s dress. Not only was there a new emphasis on hygiene, but also clothing became much lighter and more able to be changed and washed frequently. Even upper class women began wearing cropped dresses as opposed to dresses with long trains or hoops that restricted them from leaving their homes. In a sense, women were influenced by male fashion, such as tailored waistcoats and jackets to emphasize women’s mobility. This new movement toward practicality of dress showed that dress no longer was a way to categorize between classes or genders; dress was meant to suit one’s personal daily routine. It was also during this time period that the fashion magazine and journal industry began to take off. They were most often monthly (often competing) periodicals that allowed men and women to keep up with the ever-changing styles.

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Timestamp: 1397621147

faeryhearts:

Regency Era Fashion Timeline ― 1809 - 1828

Fashion in the Regency period saw the final triumph of informal styles over the brocades, lace, periwig, and powder of the earlier 18th century. In the aftermath of the French Revolution, no one wanted to appear to be a member of the French aristocracy, and people began using clothing more as a form of individual expression of the true-self than as a pure indication of social status. As a result, the shifts that occurred in fashion at the turn of the 19th century granted people the opportunity to present new public exterior identities that provided insights into their individual private selves. For women’s dress, the day to day outfit of the skirt and jacket style were practical and tactful, recalling the working class woman. Women’s fashions followed classical ideals, and tightly laced corsets were temporarily abandoned in favour of a high-waisted, natural figure. This natural figure was emphasized by being able to see the body beneath the clothing. Visible breasts were part of this classical look, and some characterised the breasts in fashion as solely aesthetic and sexual. 

In Britain, Beau Brummell introduced trousers, perfect tailoring, and unadorned, immaculate linen as the ideals of men’s fashion. In Germany, Republican city-states relinquished their traditional, modest, and practical garments and started to embrace the French and English fashion trends of short-sleeved chemise dresses and Spencer jackets. American fashion trends emulated French dress, but in a toned down manner with shawls and tunics to cope with the sheerness of the chemise.

Incorporated in this new “natural” style was the importance of ease and comfort of one’s dress. Not only was there a new emphasis on hygiene, but also clothing became much lighter and more able to be changed and washed frequently. Even upper class women began wearing cropped dresses as opposed to dresses with long trains or hoops that restricted them from leaving their homes. In a sense, women were influenced by male fashion, such as tailored waistcoats and jackets to emphasize women’s mobility. This new movement toward practicality of dress showed that dress no longer was a way to categorize between classes or genders; dress was meant to suit one’s personal daily routine. It was also during this time period that the fashion magazine and journal industry began to take off. They were most often monthly (often competing) periodicals that allowed men and women to keep up with the ever-changing styles.

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Original animation layouts from the Hayao Miyazaki film The Wind Rises (風立ちぬ).

(Source: artbooksnat, via adisneyfairytale)

Timestamp: 1397620348

Original animation layouts from the Hayao Miyazaki film The Wind Rises (風立ちぬ).

(Source: artbooksnat, via adisneyfairytale)

ircnman:

Anon asked: Edward Norton as the Hulk or Mark Ruffalo as the Hulk

(Source: ircnman, via pixiepractical)

Timestamp: 1397617517

ircnman:

Anon asked: Edward Norton as the Hulk or Mark Ruffalo as the Hulk

(Source: ircnman, via pixiepractical)

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disgustinghuman:

madoka07:

2014 “Magical Girl” Acrylic paint, Canvas F10 17.91x20.86

exhibition work
"Magical Girl Heroines: Sailor Moon and sailor senshi"
http://www.facebook.com/events/658896564156271

Making video :) / Canvas art “Magical Girl”
http://youtu.be/jNjji8I5VbY

… fuck.

(via dapperhannah)

Timestamp: 1397615489

disgustinghuman:

madoka07:

2014 “Magical Girl” Acrylic paint, Canvas F10 17.91x20.86

exhibition work
"Magical Girl Heroines: Sailor Moon and sailor senshi"
http://www.facebook.com/events/658896564156271

Making video :) / Canvas art “Magical Girl”
http://youtu.be/jNjji8I5VbY

… fuck.

(via dapperhannah)

rottingcat:

awwww-cute:

Meet Simba. He’s a Leonberger

THAT IS AN ARCANINE

(via happilyeverafterattheend)

Timestamp: 1397613590

rottingcat:

awwww-cute:

Meet Simba. He’s a Leonberger

THAT IS AN ARCANINE

(via happilyeverafterattheend)

angergirl:

People respond to fossils in different ways.

(via jenniferlotts)

Timestamp: 1397613463

angergirl:

People respond to fossils in different ways.

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(Source: criingy, via ka-w-a-ii)

Timestamp: 1397613280

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Captain America needs my help.
                         When do we start?

(Source: zoewashburne, via disneyfreak94)

Timestamp: 1397610357

Captain America needs my help.
                         When do we start?

(Source: zoewashburne, via disneyfreak94)

elementally-sara:

Hi everyone! I just wanted to let you all know that I updated my Etsy Shop, Sara’s Corner, and have added all of the items that you see above. So, please, if you have time check out my shop and share it with others! :)

(via j-ohnwatson)

Timestamp: 1397587512

elementally-sara:

Hi everyone! I just wanted to let you all know that I updated my Etsy Shop, Sara’s Corner, and have added all of the items that you see above. So, please, if you have time check out my shop and share it with others! :)

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