Reasonably Stylish
I may or may not be the style blog you deserve, but I'm the one you need if you're more into spending money on craft beer and fancy cheese than shoes you'd sprain an ankle in-- and especially if you're a busty lady in need of advice or just commiseration.
Reasonably Stylish
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generalelectric:

We have a passion for fashion, and have even dabbled in design ourselves. Shown here is our electric flying suit, the human exoskeleton we attempted to build in the 1960s and the moon boots we made for Neil Armstrong and Buzz Aldrin. Last but not least is our recent collaboration with JackThreads on The Missions, a rare type of sneakers made with advanced materials to celebrate the 45th anniversary of the first lunar landing. 
For New York Fashion Week, we wanted to explore the intersection of fashion and science further, and today, we’re pleased to introduce GE’s #iOnFashion team. Click here to meet the science and fashion bloggers who will take over our Tumblr next week with their unique NYFW coverage.
generalelectric:

We have a passion for fashion, and have even dabbled in design ourselves. Shown here is our electric flying suit, the human exoskeleton we attempted to build in the 1960s and the moon boots we made for Neil Armstrong and Buzz Aldrin. Last but not least is our recent collaboration with JackThreads on The Missions, a rare type of sneakers made with advanced materials to celebrate the 45th anniversary of the first lunar landing. 
For New York Fashion Week, we wanted to explore the intersection of fashion and science further, and today, we’re pleased to introduce GE’s #iOnFashion team. Click here to meet the science and fashion bloggers who will take over our Tumblr next week with their unique NYFW coverage.
generalelectric:

We have a passion for fashion, and have even dabbled in design ourselves. Shown here is our electric flying suit, the human exoskeleton we attempted to build in the 1960s and the moon boots we made for Neil Armstrong and Buzz Aldrin. Last but not least is our recent collaboration with JackThreads on The Missions, a rare type of sneakers made with advanced materials to celebrate the 45th anniversary of the first lunar landing. 
For New York Fashion Week, we wanted to explore the intersection of fashion and science further, and today, we’re pleased to introduce GE’s #iOnFashion team. Click here to meet the science and fashion bloggers who will take over our Tumblr next week with their unique NYFW coverage.
generalelectric:

We have a passion for fashion, and have even dabbled in design ourselves. Shown here is our electric flying suit, the human exoskeleton we attempted to build in the 1960s and the moon boots we made for Neil Armstrong and Buzz Aldrin. Last but not least is our recent collaboration with JackThreads on The Missions, a rare type of sneakers made with advanced materials to celebrate the 45th anniversary of the first lunar landing. 
For New York Fashion Week, we wanted to explore the intersection of fashion and science further, and today, we’re pleased to introduce GE’s #iOnFashion team. Click here to meet the science and fashion bloggers who will take over our Tumblr next week with their unique NYFW coverage.
generalelectric:

We have a passion for fashion, and have even dabbled in design ourselves. Shown here is our electric flying suit, the human exoskeleton we attempted to build in the 1960s and the moon boots we made for Neil Armstrong and Buzz Aldrin. Last but not least is our recent collaboration with JackThreads on The Missions, a rare type of sneakers made with advanced materials to celebrate the 45th anniversary of the first lunar landing. 
For New York Fashion Week, we wanted to explore the intersection of fashion and science further, and today, we’re pleased to introduce GE’s #iOnFashion team. Click here to meet the science and fashion bloggers who will take over our Tumblr next week with their unique NYFW coverage.
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omerta-fashion:

Menswear…yesteryear.
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dressupandtravel:

I saw this gentleman a while back; he was a make up artist at the MAC Counter at the New Delhi Indira Gandhi International Airport. I was so enamored by his sophisticated boldness and his blasé (yet respectful) attitude toward the Punjabi gender norms. I loved how he seamlessly melded the Sikh culture with his unconventional interests. I told him he reminded me of Waris Ahluwalia - the acclaimed Gap Model and the man on countless best-dressed lists - and he smiled and gave me another pose.you may like this singhstreetstyle 
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princesspenumbra:

"Queen of Kings" Editorial - Moustache Magazine
princesspenumbra:

"Queen of Kings" Editorial - Moustache Magazine
princesspenumbra:

"Queen of Kings" Editorial - Moustache Magazine
princesspenumbra:

"Queen of Kings" Editorial - Moustache Magazine
princesspenumbra:

"Queen of Kings" Editorial - Moustache Magazine
princesspenumbra:

"Queen of Kings" Editorial - Moustache Magazine
princesspenumbra:

"Queen of Kings" Editorial - Moustache Magazine
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fashioninfographics:

The top 100 fashion infographics for women:1. A visual glossary of Coats (for women)2. A visual glossary of Skirt types3. A Guide to Skirts4. Neckline Types5. Colors to wear based on Eye color6. A cheat sheet to highlighting and contouring7. A visual glossary of Puffy Sleeve types8. A Visual Dictionary of Tops9. How to choose the right bra type10. The Ultimate Packing Guide for International Explorers11. Lashings of Eye Liner ~ a visual glossary12. A visual glossary of brassiere types13. How to Line and Curl at the same time14. Vintage ♥ : Layering in the Edwardian Era15. DIY: Tie Dye Cheat Sheet16. The right LBD for your body type17. The ultimate dress shape vocabulary18. How to choose the color that looks best on you19. How to accessorize your neckline20. How to wear a trench21. Dressing like Nancy Drew22. How to: Bang Braid23. A cheat sheet to contouring24. A visual guide to Bra types25. How to: The waterfall braid26. 50 classics for your closet27. 50 Wardrobe Essentials28. A Starter Guide to Dressing Up (Women’s Edition)29. Encyclopedia of Women’s Shoes 30. 10 ways to wear black leggings31. Colors for Spring 201432. Minimalist Wardrobe = 30 pieces33. Scarf Knot Tutorial34. Eye Makeup Brush Cheat Sheet35. How to tie the Bowtie scarf knot36. Super Cute Bun in 3 minutes37. Which haircut suits your face shape38. Hair length chart39. Every Dress worn by Best Actress Academy Award winners40. How to channelize your inner Grace Kelly41. Best Dresses for Your Body Type42. What colors look best on you43. Lingerie: A Visual Glossary44. A guide to hat types45. The red lips tutorial46. Makeup Brush Guide47. How to contour your face48. How to grow out your hair49. DIY Studded Jeans50. A visual glossary of collar types51. Cannes’ dresses through the ages52. Spring Color Combos53. A visual history of the Prom Dress54. Retro Hairdos55. Types of Blazers56. A visual glossary of vintage hats57. A visual glossary of popular necklines58. DIY Double Scarf59. The best sports bra for your body type60. Scarf knot: The Loose Cascade61. A visual guide to Braid types62. The braided Bohemian Up-do63. The best swimsuits for your body type64. A guide to necklaces for every neckline65. How to choose the right sunglasses for your face66. A visual glossary of basic hat types for women67. Make-up brush tutorial ~ What brush to use68. 50 Must-have Wardrobe Classics69. How to wear a jean jacket70. A visual glossary of underwear (for women)71. Guide to applying blush for your face shape72. How to dress for your body shape : Hourglass Shaped73. How to draw the perfect cat eye… every time74. Packing for Spring Break75. Packing for Paris in a Carry-on Suitcase76. Make-up Shelf Life77. Bridal Party Attire ~ Women78. White Eyeliner Tutorial79. A Visual Glossary of Shoe Types80. Early College Wardrobe Staples81. Wedding Dress 10182. A guide to Short Styles83. Visual Shoe Dictionary84. Dressing for the Kentucky Derby: Women’s Edition85. A glossary of heels86. Wardrobe Essentials for Women87. How to choose necklaces that complement your necklines88. A visual glossary of shoe heel types89. Anatomy of A Wedding Gown90. Dress and Jacket Types91. How to tuck non-skinny jeans into boots92. A handy guide to understanding measurements when shopping online93. Know your Harem Pants94. Prom Special: Look your best95. How to check if your bra fits right96. Prom Planning Timeline97. How to dress for your body shape: Oval Shaped98. How to get the ‘New Girl’ look99. Layering Necklaces 101100. A capsule wardrobe for the minimalist
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suitupweird:

Inspiration | Women In Menswear | Wear It Weird
suitupweird:

Inspiration | Women In Menswear | Wear It Weird
suitupweird:

Inspiration | Women In Menswear | Wear It Weird
suitupweird:

Inspiration | Women In Menswear | Wear It Weird
suitupweird:

Inspiration | Women In Menswear | Wear It Weird
suitupweird:

Inspiration | Women In Menswear | Wear It Weird
suitupweird:

Inspiration | Women In Menswear | Wear It Weird
suitupweird:

Inspiration | Women In Menswear | Wear It Weird
suitupweird:

Inspiration | Women In Menswear | Wear It Weird
suitupweird:

Inspiration | Women In Menswear | Wear It Weird
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zemotion:

Flowers in December Phuong My FW13/14 CollectionPhotography: Zhang Jingna zemotionStyling: Phuong MyHair: Junya NakashimaMakeup: Viktorija BowersModel: Kwak Ji Young @ WilhelminaPhoto Assistants: Ngoc Vu, Ernie ChangBackdrop: Savage Universal Corporation Dark Gray Washed Muslin Backdrop© Zhang Jingnahttp://zhangjingna.com/
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jessbennett:

Duh. Easy fix.