You are the poet. You are the poem.

kitty-en-classe:

ph. GraceAdams

(Source: bohemianpunk, via obsessee)

onlyoldphotography:

Johan Hagemeyer: Legs of Nude, 1930

onlyoldphotography:

Johan Hagemeyer: Legs of Nude, 1930

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lightwashdenim:

Christy Turlington by Patrick Demarchelier in “The Lean Season" Harper’s Bazaar US October 1995

lightwashdenim:

Christy Turlington by Patrick Demarchelier in “The Lean Season" Harper’s Bazaar US October 1995

(Source: thesatinjacket, via unelionne)

aurumroze:

i’m not into the “rustic” wedding thing, but man, kate bosworth knocked it out.

more pics here.

aurumroze:

i’m not into the “rustic” wedding thing, but man, kate bosworth knocked it out.

more pics here.

carpentershands33:

Keds, Mademoiselle magazine, September 1990.

carpentershands33:

Keds, Mademoiselle magazine, September 1990.

(Source: periodicult90s, via obsessee)

“Read that book, wake up early in the morning and go for that run to start off your day. Buy the nicest underwear and wear it to boost your mood. Eat as clean as possible because you’ll feel so much better but treat yourself as well. Be kind to everyone. Go out to a cafe and watch people walk buy as you sip your coffee. Compliment that stranger! Start a conversation with that person on the bus. Read a book about food, about astronomy, learn a new language. Watch the sunrise. Get away for a weekend. Introduce yourself. Do yoga and go on a hike. Lay on the beach under the stars and have a dnm with your best friend. Dance around and sing at the top of yours lungs at that festival. Life is meant to be lived, not controlled.”

—   Unknown (via thatkindofwoman)

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tvpartyorchestra:




Jessica Dean Harrison

“And then I felt sad because I realized that once people are broken in certain ways, they can’t ever be fixed, and this is something nobody ever tells you when you are young and it never fails to surprise you as you grow older as you see the people in your life break one by one. You wonder when your turn is going to be, or if it’s already happened”

—   Douglas Coupland - Life after God  (via tat-art)

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