Aug
30
2014

Reblogged from art-and-sterf :

houseofalexzander:

Light to Dark.

Autumn is fast approaching which means its time for a transformation!
For as long as I can remember, I have changed with the seasons.
Not necessarily just my wardrobe but my emotions are a bit different as well. I am particularly excited about this Fall season because I feel that I have grown tremendously since last year.

This photo set begins with my last few outfits of the summer, then leads you into just a little taste of what my followers can expect to see this Fall/Winter season. I want to use deep hair, lip & nail colors to accent a dark and mysterious wardrobe. Focusing on cosmetics & shoes, my goal is to address the issues gender variant individuals might face this season when buying clothes and cosmetics tailored for a binary gendered society.
A few topics include facial hair & how I maintain it for make up application, as well as how AFAB can grow facial hair without taking hormones! A shoe guide that connects you with affordable brands that offer trendy shoe styles in sizes 11 & higher! Last but not least, I will begin making the lip colors & nail colors I wear in my fashion post available to you via my Thrift Store! A few other things will take place this fall, but you’ll have to stay tuned to find out!
Along with elevating my style, I also am striving to elevate the presence of House of Alexzander. I’m excited and anticipating a great Season ahead!

Much love,
Xoxo
-Elliott Alexzander

Aug
30
2014

Reblogged from livesinalibrary :

nuktuk:

element-of-change:

azulastheshit:

celebrating how great lok season three is by making some more comic book shoes, these definitely aren’t as a intense as the DC ones but hey they turned out well

HOLY FUCK I WOULD SO CROSS-DRESS IN THESE

I’D GO TO MY WEDDING IN THESE

Aug
30
2014

Reblogged from livesinalibrary :

falcaomagistral:

skittles-and-cyanide:

lokistimetravelingsassbutt:

also, wednesday has been canceled due to scheduling errors.

And now, the weather.

[waitin for the bus in the rain in the rain wait waitin for the bus in the rain]

falcaomagistral:

skittles-and-cyanide:

lokistimetravelingsassbutt:

also, wednesday has been canceled due to scheduling errors.

And now, the weather.

[waitin for the bus in the rain in the rain wait waitin for the bus in the rain]

(Source: crowleyskitten)

Aug
30
2014

Reblogged from azraili :

geekymerch:

Ghibli inspired items available from ldamarysl on etsy.

geekymerch:

Ghibli inspired items available from ldamarysl on etsy.

Aug
30
2014

Reblogged from docasaur :

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Aug
30
2014

Reblogged from mr-egbutt :

yuugene:

stormhornets:

adhoption:

scorpiofruit:

lesfemmesreve:

duuuuude

man how yall gonna contour a nail

INFINITY GAUNTLET

so that’s why you liked this post..

FINGER RUPEES

yuugene:

stormhornets:

adhoption:

scorpiofruit:

lesfemmesreve:

duuuuude

man how yall gonna contour a nail

INFINITY GAUNTLET

so that’s why you liked this post..

FINGER RUPEES

(Source: lookathernails)

Aug
29
2014

Reblogged from syd-goes-roar :

zieli:

so cool

(Source: knowledgefordummies)

Aug
29
2014

Reblogged from livesinalibrary :

dilfgod:

I hate when people say money doesn’t buy you happiness. it does. it buys you financial stability, a nice house, nice cars, nice vacations and trips, healthier food, a better education, etc. like wearing burberry while driving around in an audi would probably make me pretty happy too. but it’s just that rich people often take their comfortable lives for granted and end up being spoiled and ungrateful for what they have 

I think that the original point of “money doesn’t buy happiness” is that you should treat money as a tool. It will buy you all of those thing and make your life easier. However, I have seen people take these tools for granted. I always believed this phrase is another way of saying “don’t take it for granted”, as pointed out above, and seek happiness beyond the materials you have. I didn’t get a cell phone until I was sixteen. I often couldn’t afford medication or cable on TV. I was still a somewhat happy child though despite the anxiety and depression. I managed to be pretty happy driving my beater around because I worked hard for my car, and there was a huge sense of fulfillment and pride in my hard work.

Part of my happiness growing up was always realizing that if I worked hard to get it on my own, no matter if I got it using money or wits or some bizarre ritual that involved a bunch of demonic sacrifices, I would be happy. It’s not the money part, it’s the wish fulfillment part. It’s the part where I am triumphant.

Aug
29
2014

Reblogged from leonibuki :

ponynautic:

I am… wishing to join you in meditation

ponynautic:

I am… wishing to join you in meditation

Aug
29
2014

Reblogged from livesinalibrary :

midesko:

Sometimes I see kids and don’t want them but then I see stuff like this

(Source: pleatedjeans)

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