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27

Mar

I dig this.

I dig this.

(Source: wantwantfashionbaby)

25

Jan

(Source: kristenmarie44)

10

Jan

thezoereport:

How chic are the tribal-inspired looks from the Mara Hoffman spring runway show? Channel the look with her King Tut Tote!

thezoereport:

How chic are the tribal-inspired looks from the Mara Hoffman spring runway show? Channel the look with her King Tut Tote!

09

Jan

Spending the last night getting one of our best friends tatted. Don’t mind if I do. Reason I breathe.

Spending the last night getting one of our best friends tatted. Don’t mind if I do. Reason I breathe.

06

Jan

heygirlwakeup:

Yup.

heygirlwakeup:

Yup.

(Source: atheist-me)

05

Jan

awesomephilia:

Follow Awesomephilia for some awesomeness on your dash.
ps-imadethis:

Burgundy, merlot and cabernet wine…their rich and mighty hues add great flavor to design.  Lanvin recently created yummy earmuffs in this of-the-moment shade.  Get inspired, stay warm, and feel good with a fuzzy fix!
To  create your own: fold a piece of felt in half, which will be the base  of the earmuff.  Trace and cut a circle leaving approximately 3 inches  flat on the bottom fold.  The size of the circle can vary per person.   You will need two of these felt rounds.  When open flat, circles should  be connected in the middle.  Apply small amounts of glue onto the  outside of the felt, and begin wrapping around a fur or faux fur strand,  gently holding it in place until set.  Continue to glue and coil inward  until you reach the center. When completely covered, trim excess fur.   Attach each muff by sandwiching them outside of a headband, gluing insides of felt together.  
P.S.  We’re also over-the-moon for these fox fur headphones from Beats by Oscar de la Renta…check them out! 

ps-imadethis:

Burgundy, merlot and cabernet wine…their rich and mighty hues add great flavor to design.  Lanvin recently created yummy earmuffs in this of-the-moment shade.  Get inspired, stay warm, and feel good with a fuzzy fix!

To create your own: fold a piece of felt in half, which will be the base of the earmuff.  Trace and cut a circle leaving approximately 3 inches flat on the bottom fold.  The size of the circle can vary per person.  You will need two of these felt rounds.  When open flat, circles should be connected in the middle.  Apply small amounts of glue onto the outside of the felt, and begin wrapping around a fur or faux fur strand, gently holding it in place until set.  Continue to glue and coil inward until you reach the center. When completely covered, trim excess fur.  Attach each muff by sandwiching them outside of a headband, gluing insides of felt together.  

P.S.  We’re also over-the-moon for these fox fur headphones from Beats by Oscar de la Renta…check them out! 

04

Jan

This probably isn’t appropriate cause you can see my skivvies, but idc. Just one of the many incredible nights we had. Most my memories in Denton are with you. Love you, Poodlecakes.

This probably isn’t appropriate cause you can see my skivvies, but idc. Just one of the many incredible nights we had. Most my memories in Denton are with you. Love you, Poodlecakes.

03

Jan

fuckyeahragetoons:

We’ve all done it at least once.

fuckyeahragetoons:

We’ve all done it at least once.

02

Jan

awesomephilia:

Follow Awesomephilia for some awesomeness on your dash.