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marcjacobs:

Marc Jacobs SS14
modcloth:

Neon spotted in Paris. 
Source: http://streetpeeper.com

modcloth:

Neon spotted in Paris. 

Source: http://streetpeeper.com

milkstudios:

The Invisible String.

milkstudios:

The Invisible String.

13ringitonsummer:

60. Get out of our comfort zone and go to a pow-wow.

13ringitonsummer:

60. Get out of our comfort zone and go to a pow-wow.

modcloth:

I really love how this eclectic look came together! Pairing soft pastels like lilac or mint with bright red is one of my favorite unexpected color combinations. 
<3 Jess, ModStylist
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modcloth:

I really love how this eclectic look came together! Pairing soft pastels like lilac or mint with bright red is one of my favorite unexpected color combinations. 

<3 Jess, ModStylist

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modcloth:

One of my favorite ways to incorporate some whimsy into a look is with the addition of some darling bows! The awesome ladies over at Oh Happy Day have just made this even easier with this cute party necklace DIY. I also think these would make the absolute cutest bunting! With my birthday coming up, I definitely want to give making these a try for my guests.

<3 Kelly, ModStylist

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Instagram Tips from Model Coco Rocha - PCMag
By Chandra SteelModel Coco Rocha has over 350,000 followers on Instagram, where she shares behind-the-scenes shots from her modeling gigs, snaps of her global adventures, and even childhood memories on Throwback Thursdays. And she’s got her fair share of experience with what makes a good photo, considering she’s been on billboards and magazine covers the world over. So, how does she do it? Here she shares her tips for those who feel more comfortable behind the camera than in front of it.
1) FIND THE BEST SIDE“If I’m capturing an image of say, the Eiffel Tower, I’m going take at least 10 pictures from varying angles,” she says. “Even in today’s world of instant everything, try to take pride in composing an aesthetically beautiful picture.”
2) EDIT, EDIT, EDITEver the professional, Rocha doesn’t settle for just Instagram’s filters to make her shots look good. “Before I post my photos to Instagram I nearly always run them through a whole host of photo-editing apps on my iPhone,” she says. “Some of my favorites are Snapseed, Pictwo, Lenslight, and, of course, Camera+.” She notes that what used to be a splurge is now a steal. “It’s astonishing to me that pictures that used to cost tens of thousands of dollars to create in a studio can now be basically created on a phone with a few $1.99 apps,” she says. If you’re planning on sharing, the extra steps are worth it, according to Rocha. “Your audience will thank you for it,” she says. “Treat every upload as if it was a miniature work of art.”
3) DON’T OVERSHAREBut just because creating great photos is nearly free doesn’t mean they should be shared freely. “Your audience is following you for a reason and they clearly do want to hear from you regularly… but not too often,” Rocha advises. “It’s important you don’t overwhelm and overshare because your audience will have no problem clicking ‘unfollow’ if they feel you’re oversaturating their feed.”


Good Advice Coco!

Instagram Tips from Model Coco Rocha - PCMag

By Chandra Steel

Model Coco Rocha has over 350,000 followers on Instagram, where she shares behind-the-scenes shots from her modeling gigs, snaps of her global adventures, and even childhood memories on Throwback Thursdays. And she’s got her fair share of experience with what makes a good photo, considering she’s been on billboards and magazine covers the world over. So, how does she do it? Here she shares her tips for those who feel more comfortable behind the camera than in front of it.

1) FIND THE BEST SIDE
“If I’m capturing an image of say, the Eiffel Tower, I’m going take at least 10 pictures from varying angles,” she says. “Even in today’s world of instant everything, try to take pride in composing an aesthetically beautiful picture.”

2) EDIT, EDIT, EDIT
Ever the professional, Rocha doesn’t settle for just Instagram’s filters to make her shots look good. “Before I post my photos to Instagram I nearly always run them through a whole host of photo-editing apps on my iPhone,” she says. “Some of my favorites are SnapseedPictwoLenslight, and, of course, Camera+.” She notes that what used to be a splurge is now a steal. “It’s astonishing to me that pictures that used to cost tens of thousands of dollars to create in a studio can now be basically created on a phone with a few $1.99 apps,” she says. If you’re planning on sharing, the extra steps are worth it, according to Rocha. “Your audience will thank you for it,” she says. “Treat every upload as if it was a miniature work of art.”

3) DON’T OVERSHARE
But just because creating great photos is nearly free doesn’t mean they should be shared freely. “Your audience is following you for a reason and they clearly do want to hear from you regularly… but not too often,” Rocha advises. “It’s important you don’t overwhelm and overshare because your audience will have no problem clicking ‘unfollow’ if they feel you’re oversaturating their feed.”

Good Advice Coco!

Punk-founded doubt and fear has directly spawned the cowardly culture of modern irony. Fear of being called out or targeted for enjoying art that doesn’t meet the stringent criteria of punkness—a criteria too ineffable to codify, but pernicious and deadly to underestimate—has given us no outlet for the vagaries of our taste but to claim that we enjoy the things we love only out of mocking disdain for the awfulness we pre-emptively ascribe to them. The very act of loving something ironically is an admission that punk-rock groupthink has denied us our own will. Scorn has become the ouroboros, the snake eating its own tail, distancing us from joy to the point that our souls rebel. Punk has encouraged us to hate innocence until the only entertainments we can appreciate are the fake epiphanies of celebrity weight-loss porn and cynical folk-revival banjo music that borders on thoughtcrime.

John Roderick: Punk Rock is Bullshit

If you don’t think this has anything to do with how you dress, you’re wrong. My friend John Roderick’s essay in this week’s Seattle Weekly is thoughtful and powerful. And if you’re wondering, John Roderick is very Punk Rock.

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yourmothershouldknow:

Miu Miu Otoño/Invierno 2013
Semana de la Moda de París
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Miu Miu Autumn/Winter 2013
Paris Fashion Week

Love this look!!!!

yourmothershouldknow:

Miu Miu Otoño/Invierno 2013

Semana de la Moda de París

…..

Miu Miu Autumn/Winter 2013

Paris Fashion Week

Love this look!!!!