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Road to my Grandma’s house. (Taken with Instagram)

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barackobama:

We anticipate getting some use out of that bottom-left one when we get to the debates.

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fashionofglee:

Chris Colfer signs copies of his new book at Barnes & Noble, Los Angeles, July 26, 2012

Chris’ printed shoes from his latest signing at The Grove immediately caught our eyes, and we soon found out they were actually made just for him by a fan! The very talented dontturnitoff kindly shared with Fashion of Glee how she made them.

The base shoes were simple black oxfords from Asos. Then, pages from Alison Weir’s history “The Princes in the Tower” (Chris being a history buff and all) were decoupaged onto the back half of the shoes. Finally, the laces were replaced with electric blue ones by Cole Haan.

After making a pair for her son, who loved them, she decided to make a pair for Chris, and presented them to him at his book signing in Manhattan. There’s a picture of the finished shoes at dontturnitoff’s blog, here! What a fantastic project!

Apart from your own special text, and an adhesive such as Mod Podge, here’s what you’ll need:

Asos Derby Shoes With Leather Sole And Rope Insert - $54.68

Cole Haan Round Lace in ‘Caribbean Blue’ - $7.00

Worn with: Ben Sherman shirtGuardian Angel tokenJ Brand jeans

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omgthatdress:

Vest

1800-1810

The Metropolitan Museum of Art

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strangersatthemall:

bennyslegs:

perfectbenny:

pianosandpetrichor:

Tom Hiddleston follows this Twitter account. 

LET ME DIE. 

I just checked and this is legit. Hoshit.

GUTTURAL MOANING

DAMMIT THOMAS

YOU ARE NOT HELPING

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skyscraper:

black and white Manhattan

via black-leather

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obsessionality:

Let’s go inside an discuss this over a cuppa shall we? 

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omgthatdress:

The Styx

Elizabeth Hawes, 1936

The Metropolitan Museum of Art