ourcatastrophe:

katydidnot:

BEHOLD YOUR ALMIGHTY SWEATER OVERLORD
ps i made that hat too

!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

ourcatastrophe:

katydidnot:

BEHOLD YOUR ALMIGHTY SWEATER OVERLORD

ps i made that hat too

!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

from browcatastrophe-deactivated2013
swagggirlicious:

HAMPTON, Ga. — Droopy britches could cost cold cash in Hampton. A new city ordinance went into effect on Friday that allows police in the Henry County town to write citations to people wearing pants so low that they show skin or underwear three inches below the waistline. Hampton City Manager Andy Pippin said this is not a revenue-raising ordinance. It is more of a pants-raising measure.
He told Channel 2’s Jeff Dore that city police will inform violators about the law first; the city does not plan any campaign to get the word out, so officers understand that they’ll be breaking the news to ordinance breakers. The first time police encounter someone with excessive sagging, they are to give the drawers-displaying offender instructions about the new ordinance and advise them to keep their pants up. Future offenses, though, could draw fines from $50 to $200.

n.b.: henry county is a mostly white and middle classish suburban area just south-east of atlanta
so, yeah

swagggirlicious:

HAMPTON, Ga. — Droopy britches could cost cold cash in Hampton. A new city ordinance went into effect on Friday that allows police in the Henry County town to write citations to people wearing pants so low that they show skin or underwear three inches below the waistline. Hampton City Manager Andy Pippin said this is not a revenue-raising ordinance. It is more of a pants-raising measure.

He told Channel 2’s Jeff Dore that city police will inform violators about the law first; the city does not plan any campaign to get the word out, so officers understand that they’ll be breaking the news to ordinance breakers. The first time police encounter someone with excessive sagging, they are to give the drawers-displaying offender instructions about the new ordinance and advise them to keep their pants up. Future offenses, though, could draw fines from $50 to $200.

n.b.: henry county is a mostly white and middle classish suburban area just south-east of atlanta

so, yeah

from swagggirlicious
one of my profs offered me a pair of these lovely shoes, but they were a little too small - so they ended up going to another tiny butch professor of mine
they’re gorgeous in person, and i think quite old; the label on the inside is pretty well worn out, but it says “made in italy” and the brand is “posquale”, i think - but i couldn’t find anything about that brand online

one of my profs offered me a pair of these lovely shoes, but they were a little too small - so they ended up going to another tiny butch professor of mine

they’re gorgeous in person, and i think quite old; the label on the inside is pretty well worn out, but it says “made in italy” and the brand is “posquale”, i think - but i couldn’t find anything about that brand online

bigboyfashion:

bowtiebrown.tumblr.com
See how you can replicate this look here.
Love the summer style. Share your style with us. Send us photo(s) that show your look and personality and we’ll share them here on the site. 

bigboyfashion:

bowtiebrown.tumblr.com

See how you can replicate this look here.

Love the summer style. Share your style with us. Send us photo(s) that show your look and personality and we’ll share them here on the site. 

from chubstr
Seeking recommendations from leatherfolx and craftspeople

osolibre:

Since I can’t afford Zana Bayne’s or Aslan’s gorgeous leather chest harnesses, I’ve decided to make my own. I don’t know much about where to start and would really love recommendations from knowledgeable folks about the best tools and leather suppliers. Have a good starter kit in mind? A useful book or tutorial? An online leathercraft supplier or wholesaler? Hot harness patterns? Holla at me please!

passing this along because i’d love to have access to this kind of knowledge, too; especially since i’ll be at alchemy this year

i have a friend who’s probably going, as well, and does a lot of crafty and fashiony stuff - we could probably do some interesting stuff with a little bit of guidance and ideas

from osolibre
(via Animal Rescue - Pet Shop - All Over Cat Tights)
in contrast to these kitty covered swim shorts that cost $80, this cat tights are a much more affordable $16.95
friends of i and/or neil: we both have birthdays at some point (*hint*)

(via Animal Rescue - Pet Shop - All Over Cat Tights)

in contrast to these kitty covered swim shorts that cost $80, this cat tights are a much more affordable $16.95

friends of i and/or neil: we both have birthdays at some point (*hint*)

charleshenry:

Some time ago I found this gadget on ebay and the folks visiting our pop-up shops have gotten a real kick out of it. The idea that this little low-tech gizmo would solve the color-coordinating dilemmas of the average guy is kind of funny. Looking at it however we see that we often break “the rules” in putting together an outfit. We love mixing unexpected colors, patterns, and textures. To us, that’s what makes getting dressed exciting each day. Sometimes it works. Sometimes, not so much. Do you follow “the rules”?

from charleshenry
criploveandneutronstars:


“Especially as an older woman in New York City, I tend to feel invisible. The city’s all about youth, and suddenly you realize, I’m older than my doctors, I’m older than my dentist. I know I look a little different, and to be honest, it’s nice to be noticed.”

Holy fuck, this persyn is one of my heroes. And hot damn, they got style.

<3s!

criploveandneutronstars:

“Especially as an older woman in New York City, I tend to feel invisible. The city’s all about youth, and suddenly you realize, I’m older than my doctors, I’m older than my dentist. I know I look a little different, and to be honest, it’s nice to be noticed.”

Holy fuck, this persyn is one of my heroes. And hot damn, they got style.

<3s!

from chronicallyqueer
fatshopaholic:

New post on www.fatshoapholic.com
Back On My Seventies Steez
[ A person of feminine appearance who has a honey brown complexion is smiling into the camera. They seem to be in a hall or venue of sorts and stand confident, wearing a salmon shirt, a full pleated black skirt hitting at the calf, flower print tights, and black sandalesque heels. They are holding a brown leather clutch and are wearing a black brimmed hat over their curly brown hair and have large black frame glasses, hoop earrings, cross necklace, and dark lipstick. They hold their skirt out with confidence.]

THOSE TIGHTS

fatshopaholic:

New post on www.fatshoapholic.com

Back On My Seventies Steez

[ A person of feminine appearance who has a honey brown complexion is smiling into the camera. They seem to be in a hall or venue of sorts and stand confident, wearing a salmon shirt, a full pleated black skirt hitting at the calf, flower print tights, and black sandalesque heels. They are holding a brown leather clutch and are wearing a black brimmed hat over their curly brown hair and have large black frame glasses, hoop earrings, cross necklace, and dark lipstick. They hold their skirt out with confidence.]

THOSE TIGHTS

from fatpeopleofcolor

image description: a pair of legs (presumably belonging to calloutqueen) in laddered sheer tights.  you can see leg hair under the tights and it’s being held in interesting swirly patterns by the tights.  I generally remove my leg hair if I’m wearing sheer tights and now I’m wondering why, it looks really great here!  end image description. 

image description: a pair of legs (presumably belonging to calloutqueen) in laddered sheer tights.  you can see leg hair under the tights and it’s being held in interesting swirly patterns by the tights.  I generally remove my leg hair if I’m wearing sheer tights and now I’m wondering why, it looks really great here!  end image description. 

from browcatastrophe-deactivated2013