Today is the last day of WhiteQueue

So, if you hated the white dress series, it’s almost over…
BUT, if you loved it, you’ll get more today.

Couple at Mass today

Look, I’m all for expressing your love for your partner, but do you have to do it in Mass? In addition to holding hands (which is fine):

-she wrapped herself around his entire left arm
-she burrowed her head into his neck, leaving her head on his shoulder
-she rested her chin on his shoulder
-she ran her hands through his hair
-she traced her fingers over the side of his face
-she rubbed his back and tickled him
-she kissed his cheek
-REPEAT FOR ALL 60 MINUTES OF MASS

Notice everything was she, she, she. Her guy just sat there and stared straight ahead. The only time he reciprocated was when they kissed (of course) during the sign of peace moment, but all he did was turn his head to the left— she was more than eager to do all the work.

He’s either the macho type or just as annoyed as everyone else behind them. Right? How does she function when they’re apart? How did she survive in the car when one person drove and one person was forced to sit a cruel two feet away in the passenger seat?

Notre Dame 31, Boston College 13
…and USC lost, and Texas lost. Ah, sure feels good.

Notre Dame 31, Boston College 13

…and USC lost, and Texas lost. Ah, sure feels good.

above: the Basilica of the Sacred Heart and the Golden Dome at sunset
I consider USC and Michigan to be Notre Dame’s chief football rivals. Boston College shows up in a cloudy second tier with Michigan State, Navy, Pitt, Stanford, and the other usual faces.
Every fall, I want to beat USC and Michigan, but the margin of victory isn’t important to me: 38 points, 1 point, it doesn’t matter— either we win in a blowout or we win a close game, so I’m happy. But Boston College? Every year, I hope we run up the score, if only to depress the group of obnoxious BC students who ran around on campus interrupting speeches and screaming NOTRE LAME BAHAHA and starting fights over which school has the “real” Irish and being in-your-face fans in the thick of Boston’s greatest sports decade… all before the game, mind you.
I’m sure those kids weren’t representative of the student body. Every school has unruly fans.
Go Irish.

above: the Basilica of the Sacred Heart and the Golden Dome at sunset

I consider USC and Michigan to be Notre Dame’s chief football rivals. Boston College shows up in a cloudy second tier with Michigan State, Navy, Pitt, Stanford, and the other usual faces.

Every fall, I want to beat USC and Michigan, but the margin of victory isn’t important to me: 38 points, 1 point, it doesn’t matter— either we win in a blowout or we win a close game, so I’m happy. But Boston College? Every year, I hope we run up the score, if only to depress the group of obnoxious BC students who ran around on campus interrupting speeches and screaming NOTRE LAME BAHAHA and starting fights over which school has the “real” Irish and being in-your-face fans in the thick of Boston’s greatest sports decade… all before the game, mind you.

I’m sure those kids weren’t representative of the student body. Every school has unruly fans.

Go Irish.

Iris van Herpen, Spring Summer 2011 collection: Crystallization
piece in collaboration with architect Daniel Widrig, printed in 3D by .MGX using rapid prototyping
How cool! It reminds me of shell growth.
Crystallization – today and tomorrow

Iris van Herpen, Spring Summer 2011 collection: Crystallization

piece in collaboration with architect Daniel Widrig, printed in 3D by .MGX using rapid prototyping

How cool! It reminds me of shell growth.

Crystallization – today and tomorrow

(Source: csebastian)

Iris van Herpen, Spring Summer 2011 collection: Crystallization
piece in collaboration with architect Daniel Widrig, printed in 3D by .MGX using rapid prototyping
more shell growth
Crystallization – today and tomorrow

Iris van Herpen, Spring Summer 2011 collection: Crystallization

piece in collaboration with architect Daniel Widrig, printed in 3D by .MGX using rapid prototyping

more shell growth

Crystallization – today and tomorrow

"Season of Enchantment" InStyle, December 2002 photographer: John Huba Anne Hathaway
long, white, tiered strip skirt
In Style (US) December 2002

"Season of Enchantment"
InStyle, December 2002 
photographer: John Huba
Anne Hathaway

long, white, tiered strip skirt

In Style (US) December 2002

1953 Modess advertisement, white, tiered dress
// gypsypurplefashion:joyandicecream:fuckyeahprettyvintage:myvintagevogue

1953 Modess advertisement, white, tiered dress

// gypsypurplefashion:joyandicecream:fuckyeahprettyvintage:myvintagevogue

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"Dawn is Mine, but I Will Share it Dancing Til the Break of Day"  Lula #10, Spring Summer 2010  photographer: Glynis Selina Arban  Erin Heatherton
white, fanned, tiered skirt
Lula #10 S/S 10 : Chanel, Liu, Giedre, Addison, Kate, Charlotte & Kim - Page 5 - the Fashion Spot
// luellazezeze:sundaygirl:liebemarlene: Lula! (fashion spot)

"Dawn is Mine, but I Will Share it Dancing Til the Break of Day"
Lula #10, Spring Summer 2010 
photographer: Glynis Selina Arban
Erin Heatherton

white, fanned, tiered skirt

Lula #10 S/S 10 : Chanel, Liu, Giedre, Addison, Kate, Charlotte & Kim - Page 5 - the Fashion Spot

// luellazezeze:sundaygirl:liebemarlene: Lula! (fashion spot)

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photographer: Jez Smith
black and white, folds, volume, bundles of fabric, light, shadows
The Last Doll Standing: I’ve counted all your scars, I’ve numbered them as my own.

photographer: Jez Smith

black and white, folds, volume, bundles of fabric, light, shadows

The Last Doll Standing: I’ve counted all your scars, I’ve numbered them as my own.

Photographer? Shoot info?
night tulle, volume
// blessdarethemeek, misscheriedior

Photographer? Shoot info?

night tulle, volume

// blessdarethemeek, misscheriedior

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