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Link Shelf | Monoqi

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"Lesbian" art print by Jacob Borshard

"Lesbian" art print by Jacob Borshard

thegeek531:

THIS

thegeek531:

THIS

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Being John Malkovich, Sandro Miller

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iguanamouth:

she just stood there doing this little dance until we got up

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gonzozeppeli:

Just like grammar used to make

gonzozeppeli:

Just like grammar used to make

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My wedding attire
  Suit: Joseph Abboud, brown Italian wool vested suit from Men’s Wearhouse
  Tie: Silk screened “Cottage Lace” tie from Cyberoptix
  Shoes: Brogue Suede Wing Tip Shoe in Aegean Blue by Penguin
  Cufflinks: “Fly Me to the Moon” rocket, wooden cufflinks by Goth Chic Milano

My wedding attire

  Suit: Joseph Abboud, brown Italian wool vested suit from Men’s Wearhouse

  Tie: Silk screened “Cottage Lace” tie from Cyberoptix

  ShoesBrogue Suede Wing Tip Shoe in Aegean Blue by Penguin

  Cufflinks: “Fly Me to the Moon” rocket, wooden cufflinks by Goth Chic Milano

Buying a Suit That Fits

I put down the deposit on my wedding suit a couple weeks ago and the whole process ended up WAY better than I had even hoped for!

I have been wearing mens suits since I was 14 years old (over 15 years now), and like a lot of individuals with female shaped bodies I have never had one really fit. At 5’5” with 42” chest (while binding), 41” waist, 15” shoulders and a 29” inseam buying off the rack has never gone well. Buying separates works best but the jacket still never fits right and I had my heart set on a 3 piece suit for my wedding.

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sixpenceee:

Teddy Roosevelt’s diary the day both his wife and mother died. His mother died of typhoid and his wife had just given birth and died of kidney failure. 

sixpenceee:

Teddy Roosevelt’s diary the day both his wife and mother died. His mother died of typhoid and his wife had just given birth and died of kidney failure. 


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