Hawtthottie by lotusss featuring high heel sandalsVero Moda white long sleeve top, $32 / Plus size boyfriend jeans / High heel sandals, $39 / Stussy black fisherman hat, $65 / Tube scarf / Vintage keyhole sunglasses
Blah by lotusss featuring a sleeve shirtBoohoo sleeve shirt / RED Valentino flared leather skirt / Alexander Wang burgundy suede pumps / Yves Saint Laurent red leather bag / The row sunglasses / River Island red fedora hat, $46
the-17th-chamber:

Diggin

mistletoevests:

why are bras and period products so fucking expensive okay this shit pisses me off, it’s not like i asked for boobs or for my vagina to destroy itself every month

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ohheykamiel:

Sad black and white blog
outfitmadestyle:

OM Curb Chain Necklace (available at Outfit Made)
mike90zzz:

The teacher!
Bodies are not left in the streets of the leafy suburbs. The bodies of dogs and cats, or squirrels and raccoons, let alone the bodies of children, are not left in the streets of the leafy suburbs. No bodies are left in the streets of the financial districts. Freeze to death on a bench in the financial districts and you are whisked away before your inconvenient body can disturb the folks in line at the Starbucks across the street. But the body of a boy can be left in the street for four hours in a place like Ferguson, Missouri, and who knows whether it was because people wanted to make a point, or because nobody gave a damn whether he was there or not. Ferguson, Missouri was a place where they left a body in the street. For four hours. And the rage rose, and the backlash built, and the cameras arrived, and so did the cops, and the thing became something beyond what it was in the first place. And, in a very real way, in the streets of Ferguson, the body was still in the street. -

Charles Pierce

My thoughts are with the righteous in Staten Island today.

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prettymuchdone:

“ok” and “okay” sound different in my head

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