“I am growing out my hair to teach myself
patience. I am going to cut it to teach
myself loss. On my best days I still don’t
always get out of bed. New York, we have
to stop meeting like this. I would have
texted you sooner but cabs at three a.m.
But boys who don’t mind if I don’t always
smile like I mean it. But the rain and I
don’t always have an umbrella. Everything
is an excuse, so who are we kidding? If you
write me a poem, I’ll probably make out
with you. No, I am not drunk. I just want to
see your naked elbows. I just want to
dye my hair an unacceptable color and
become a totally different person.”
— Kristina Haynes, “Some Mornings, I Miss You” - fleurishes (via 12-strings)
5:53 pm • 15 April 2014 • 14,360 notes
I’m all for women’s rights, and feminism… But some of these girls need to slow their roll.
I’m sitting in class and my psychopathology professor gives us the percentage of women compared to men being diagnosed with depression.. And women are more likely to suffer from depression, due to our empathetic nature, and our ability to convey that there is a problem and we need help. Then ALLL OF A SUDDEN this girl raises her hand and says this percentage is wrong because the therapists diagnosing the women are probably sexist… Just please stawwwwwp! We are empathetic creatures embrace the fact that women usually feel emotions more deeply.. Instead of blaming people being sexist be proud of your empathy and accept it!
4:36 pm • 15 April 2014 • 1 note
“I didn’t like my name until you said it.”
— Unknown (via bl-ossomed)
(Source: seehowtame, via t-r-e-a-s-u-r-e-d)
3:54 am • 15 April 2014 • 189,672 notes
last year my chemistry teacher dropped something and yelled “zoo wee mama” and i laughed so hard i passed out and i woke up in the nurses office
3:31 am • 15 April 2014 • 367,201 notes
Becoming a cold hearted bitch wasn’t really what I planned to do with my life but here I am
3:29 am • 15 April 2014 • 577,052 notes
can’t wait till the day I prove you wrong.
9:58 pm • 14 April 2014 • 1 note
Today’s three releases are sure to become staples of the spring/summer wardrobe. Introducing the Juniper and Hudson dresses! These comfortable dresses we have kept easy by pairing them simply with a pair of Sven clogs and Donald J Pliner sandals. We think these are the perfect layering pieces that will add simple beauty to any outfit.
The third release today is one of our absolute favorites for layering, the Coco Kimono. This kimono goes perfectly with either the Juniper or Hudson dresses! Here we have styled it with the Hudson dress and also with the Dylan romper. Franco Sarto sandals, Sven clogs and a beautiful structured necklace by Tiro Tiro.
9:33 pm • 14 April 2014 • 602 notes
“You are beautiful because you let yourself feel, and that is a brave thing indeed.”
— Shinji Moon (via 1998-club)
(Source: feelendlessly, via califhernia)
9:27 pm • 14 April 2014 • 44,488 notes