I love the shimmery blush pink and chartreuse in this collection, its just enough.
All images found here.
Something Balfe is very conscious about when looking at potential roles is whether that female character “does” anything for women. “I hope that at some point I don’t need a job so badly that I play the inconsequential girlfriend or someone who’s just there for gratuitous ogling. I can’t ever see wanting to so something like that.”
- Caitriona Balfe in “Double Life” by Sarah Laing in Elle Canada August 2016
I was flipping through my collection of old Lucky magazines, and I came across this spread, “The King & I” styled by Jennifer Hitzges and photographed by Tierney Gearon. I’m not sure what issue it is from exactly, but I think it’s from 2013. It was such good styling I just had to share some scans.
The description of this editorial was “Mix ladylike pieces with stark prints, a few retro details and maybe just a hint of Elvis.” Oh Lucky, you were so, so good.
In the one above, it’s hard to tell from the scan, but she is wearing sparkly silver boots! Also, if you like this look, I definitely recommend this dress by She Loves Dresses.
We’re over half-way through 2016 now, so I thought it was time for an update on my goal to redefine the literary canon.
Above: I post more frequently about my reading adventures on my instagram here.
Last time we talked about this project in April, I had hit 20 books. Now it’s mid-July and I’m at 35. Here is the complete list of what I’ve read so, I’ve greyed out the books I had posted about previously.
Who says all love songs have to be slow, dreary affairs? Here are some songs when you want to shout it from the rooftops or just generally dance and be merry. Also–who knew Animal Collective would be the reigning champions of faster, upbeat love songs?
Indie Love Songs Upbeat Vol. 1 track list