May182012
lotusgurl:


Sometimes the most important thing in a whole day is the rest we take between two deep breaths.  ~Etty Hillesum


great photo.

lotusgurl:

Sometimes the most important thing in a whole day is the rest we take between two deep breaths.  ~Etty Hillesum


great photo.

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8AM
lotusgurl:

ambientclouds:

Herbert Tobias

Welcome to my nightmare…….

lotusgurl:

ambientclouds:

Herbert Tobias

Welcome to my nightmare…….

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8AM
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living.

lotusgurl:

its a bitch, but i’m down.

8AM

omg, shame on you for not listing the artist! 

omg, shame on you for not listing the artist! 

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greenchestnuts:

barackfuckingobama:

bl0winonmedicinal:

some shit is about to go down

next thing you know





I’ve never seen Batman but this looks epic.

greenchestnuts:

barackfuckingobama:

bl0winonmedicinal:

some shit is about to go down

next thing you know


I’ve never seen Batman but this looks epic.

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April192012

linenforsummertweedforwinter:

putthison:

Excellent advice below from Ethan Desu. Although Ethan noted it, it’s worth emphasizing that grey trousers, blue jackets, and brown suede shoes don’t have to be reduced to a uniform. There are a near infinite number of possibilities once you consider the different shades of blue, grey, and brown; the different weaves fabrics come in (e.g. flannel, nailhead, tropical wool); and the various styles clothes can be made into (e.g. single vs. double breasted, oxford shoes vs. derbies, pleated vs. plain front, etc). 

Add in the task of buying things in the best materials and construction you can afford, and focusing on fit (can’t be emphasized enough), and you have at least one sure-fire way of looking smart. 

ethandesu:

Classic Combination

Alan and I have a long running joke - and like most jokes it is firmly rooted in a real desire to do so - that we should open a new store where we only sell variations of grey trousers, blue jackets and brown suede shoes.

I am, as I write this, in light grey Crispaire trousers from Ambrosi, a Dormeuil Tonik jacket in a vibrant junior navy, made by Liverano, and rich mid brown suede oxfords from Saint Crispin’s. While for many, a grey suit is their comfort clothes to face any situation in, for me this is it.

The beauty of this combination for me is that it can be a louche and effortless as jeans and a white tee, or as proper as a double breasted. With dark flannels and a rich navy twill, it has stroller like formality, but in a light grey fresco, blue linen and snuff suede sans socks it is perfect weekend dinner attire in the summer. The number of variations I have of this very combo is telling.

Who knows, maybe there is a pop-up concept in there - a new uniform for The Armoury.

Brown Suede Split Toes by Koji Suzuki for Spigola

Snuff Suede Single Monks by Carmina

Navy, grey and suede. Anywhere, anytime.

8AM

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