Thank you @piction for letting me read this #ancient article printed in 2001. Where did my #innocence go? #harrypotter #narnia #childhood #memories #nostalgia #rememberthedays #wheniwasyourage #backintheday
This suit helps fight injustices.
(Photos via Calvin Lim Photography and Freedom and Fashion)
Experience teaches us nothing; no one learns from experience. One learns only from experience one reflects upon and articulates. — Pat Keifert (via convivialgentleman)
Honorable MENtions: Fighting Injustice With A Suit
Her Majesty’s Secret Service agent codenamed 007 fights terrorists, narcissistic lunatics, and femme fatales, all while looking great in a two-button Tom Ford suit. During the day, the ever-so brooding billionaire playboy Bruce Wayne prefers a two-button Giorgio Armani suit while at night, changes into an armored bat suit. For CEO Andrew Park, however, fighting the injustices of human and sex trafficking requires a whole new different suit, a custom-tailored Urbane + Gallant Suit.
My interview with Andrew Park!
And that is the type of person who tends to gravitate toward a person like me.
Sounds like an Emily Dickinson poem or a C.S. Lewis quote.
When she’s fine with those silly little habits, she’s a keeper.
(Source: linxspiration, via bonchoish)
Heading to the beach this summer? Don’t just lay down and tan. Get fit and active! (at Santa Monica Pier)
So last Saturday, my best friend and I hung out in Santa Monica. Despite it being my birthday, guess who ended up buying him clothes instead of the other way around? Me. All good; if you’re family I don’t mind getting you things.
Isn’t it funny how “cleaning up” for an event etc. involves more application of gunk than removal? In which state, I wonder, are we the most clean or—approaching the crux—the most beautiful? Without or with gunk (even that which is artfully applied)?
I thought something similar. Although, I usually take “You clean up well” as an insult, as if I didn’t look nice to begin with.