Neelam Johal for Wonderland February/March 2014, photographed by Liam Warwick
found this gem in the 1996 Cornell Women’s Handbook. it’s what to say when a guy tries to get out of using a condom
You will always be too much of something for someone: too big, too loud, too soft, too edgy. If you round out your edges, you lose your edge.
Apologize for mistakes. Apologize for unintentionally hurting someone — profusely. But don’t apologize for being who you are.
|—||Danielle Laporte (via mistresschloecibelle)|
Actually, I look like a grandma pretty often, typically pastel colors and ruffles are to blame, and now with my CANE? I have to put a little extra effort because it makes it WAY to easy for me to look like a grandmother.
I am seriously blushing that you like my style, because I was just thinking that perhaps I didn’t have a very marketable style. My friends and I are doing this video series and I need to wear an outfit that “looks like me”, but I was stumped because all my outfits are so different. Lots of jeans +t-shirt combos, then I can look put together, or edgy, or theatrical, but a lot of it feels pretty classic to me. Sometimes I’m in the mood to appear feminine with dresses and florals, sometimes I like a lot of color, sometimes I want buttons up to my neck and a bow tie, sometimes I’m in all black. My style is so varied that I’m truly unsure what would “look like me”.
Any advice? If you are anything like me, follow that flow. Wear what catches your eye, wear what makes you feel good, wear things that make you feel comfortable. Don’t try and follow trends, focus on discovering what your true likes and dislikes are, and just do that. Wear the things that make you happy, don’t think about what you look like or how people perceive you, or if it’s proper, just that you think it’s fun and you feel good in it :)
The girl who took my virginity is a friggin ROCK STAR and I wish I could show her off without violating her privacy. Damn, she is so talented.