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bi-trans-alliance: These Joyful Photos Celebrate The Beauty Of Trans Women “As we celebrate Pride, it’s important to remember that trans women of color including Marsha P. Johnson, Sylvia Rivera, and Miss Major Griffin-Gracy were at the forefront of the movement. As model and activist KhrystyAna puts it, “This is Pride month; a month we would not have without trans women of color.  Yet, despite half a century of progress, trans rights still fall behind those of others in the LGBTQ+ community, with trans women of color remaining the most vulnerable members of the queer community.“ KhrystyAna teamed up with photographer Amanda Picotte, model Seana Steele, and stylist Guvanch (all four of whom are part of the LGBTQ+ community) to create this photoshoot celebrating trans women. T he photos are part of the KhrystyAna’s Real Catwalk Project, dedicated to throwing out conventional beauty standards and championing inclusivity. Thirteen trans women, including Steele, posed for photos wearing high fashion pieces in pink, blue, and white to represent the Trans Pride Flag. The 13 women featured are Daniella Carter, Alexandra Lee, Daria Dee, Mojo Disco, Jasmine Infiniti, Alana Jessica, Jari Jones, Shay Neary, Jazmine Shepard, Seana Steele, Garnet Rubio, Angelica Torres, and Nicki Vrotsos. The photos are beautiful and joyous — very different from how the media typically portrays trans women.” (read more) TomboyX Essentials Soft Bra LC, $32 $21.99, available at TomboyX.com; TomboyX Boy Shorts, $25 $18.75, available at TomboyX.com : We just want to love, and be loved, just as everyone else does." "Trans women are women and our rights are simply human rights "You need to not be an ally but a warrior bi-trans-alliance: These Joyful Photos Celebrate The Beauty Of Trans Women “As we celebrate Pride, it’s important to remember that trans women of color including Marsha P. Johnson, Sylvia Rivera, and Miss Major Griffin-Gracy were at the forefront of the movement. As model and activist KhrystyAna puts it, “This is Pride month; a month we would not have without trans women of color.  Yet, despite half a century of progress, trans rights still fall behind those of others in the LGBTQ+ community, with trans women of color remaining the most vulnerable members of the queer community.“ KhrystyAna teamed up with photographer Amanda Picotte, model Seana Steele, and stylist Guvanch (all four of whom are part of the LGBTQ+ community) to create this photoshoot celebrating trans women. T he photos are part of the KhrystyAna’s Real Catwalk Project, dedicated to throwing out conventional beauty standards and championing inclusivity. Thirteen trans women, including Steele, posed for photos wearing high fashion pieces in pink, blue, and white to represent the Trans Pride Flag. The 13 women featured are Daniella Carter, Alexandra Lee, Daria Dee, Mojo Disco, Jasmine Infiniti, Alana Jessica, Jari Jones, Shay Neary, Jazmine Shepard, Seana Steele, Garnet Rubio, Angelica Torres, and Nicki Vrotsos. The photos are beautiful and joyous — very different from how the media typically portrays trans women.” (read more) TomboyX Essentials Soft Bra LC, $32 $21.99, available at TomboyX.com; TomboyX Boy Shorts, $25 $18.75, available at TomboyX.com
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Editor in Chief Vogue Inggris Alexandra Shulman mengungkapkan beberapa desaner dan brand high-fashion mengaku tidak siap menyediakan koleksi busana kepada Vogue untuk dipakai Ashley Graham. Hanya beberapa label busana yang bersedia koleksinya dikenakan oleh Ashley. . "Ada yang antusias mendandani wanita yang bukan standar seorang model, tapi sayangnya ada pula rumah mode yang dengan tegas menolak meminjami kami pakaian mereka," terang Alexandra. Adapun yang bersedia meminjamkan koleksinya, brand asal Amerika Serikat Coach. . Khusus untuk pemotretan Ashley, Coach bahkan bersedia menyediakan koleksi di luar sample. Sebab koleksi sample yang biasa disiapkan untuk pemotretan media hanya ukuran S. . "Pemotretan akhirnya berhasil dilakukan di menit-menit terakhir dan kami sangat berterima kasih kepada staf di Coach, yang di bawah arahan Stuart Vevers bertindak cepat menyediakan baju untuk kami yang diambil di luar koleksi sample," cerita Alexandra. infia infiashowbiz ashleygraham: in fia showbiz Menjelang pemotretan majalah, sejumlah desainer menolak meminjamkan busana untuk Ashley Graham di pemotretan pertamanya untuk Vogue. selebriti Foto ksnv Editor in Chief Vogue Inggris Alexandra Shulman mengungkapkan beberapa desaner dan brand high-fashion mengaku tidak siap menyediakan koleksi busana kepada Vogue untuk dipakai Ashley Graham. Hanya beberapa label busana yang bersedia koleksinya dikenakan oleh Ashley. . "Ada yang antusias mendandani wanita yang bukan standar seorang model, tapi sayangnya ada pula rumah mode yang dengan tegas menolak meminjami kami pakaian mereka," terang Alexandra. Adapun yang bersedia meminjamkan koleksinya, brand asal Amerika Serikat Coach. . Khusus untuk pemotretan Ashley, Coach bahkan bersedia menyediakan koleksi di luar sample. Sebab koleksi sample yang biasa disiapkan untuk pemotretan media hanya ukuran S. . "Pemotretan akhirnya berhasil dilakukan di menit-menit terakhir dan kami sangat berterima kasih kepada staf di Coach, yang di bawah arahan Stuart Vevers bertindak cepat menyediakan baju untuk kami yang diambil di luar koleksi sample," cerita Alexandra. infia infiashowbiz ashleygraham

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When JasmineTookes modeled the coveted “fantasy bra” at the Victoria’s Secret Fashion Show on Monday, it marked only the third time in the show’s 21-year run that a woman of color was chosen to make the brand’s ultimate fashion statement. That disparity reflects a pattern rampant in high fashion, where diversity is on the rise but startlingly far from the norm. The lack of representation in prominent fashion advertisements prompted Liberian-born, L.A.-based model DeddehHoward to take matters into her own hands.Howard’s aptly titled “Black Mirror” photo series captured her recreating some of fashion’s most iconic advertisements, replacing the likes of Michelle Williams for Louis Vuitton, Kendall Jenner for Calvin Klein and Candice Swanepoel for Victoria’s Secret. The project, which Howard told the Huffington Post took about three months from concept to completion, aims “to show the world what diversity is capable of.” Howard further explained on her website that she used the images to present her race in a more positive light than what is typically put forth by the media. “In a time where black people too often are in the media for being underrepresented at important events such as the Oscars, or make headlines for being targeted by the police, I felt it was time to do something positive and inspiring about my race,” she said. Howard said that while researching for the shoot, she and photographer Raffael Dickreuter were shocked to realize how many brands “truly never or almost never use black models.” Howard has firsthand experience with the struggle to diversify the industry. She said she’s been turned away from modeling agencies who told her they “already have a black model.” Calling this experience “bizarre,” she used the shoot to help emphasize the reality of the world we live in. “We live in a globalized world with nowadays many interracial couples producing mixed babies. Why can’t the big brands not embrace our diversity more and give all of us visibility?” she said.While she says she wasn’t prepared for “the big wave of response” to the project, which has garnered a slew of positive feedback 17thsoulja: CHANEL Model Recreates Major Fashion Ads, Skewers The Industry's Diversity Problem GUESS VIC RI 5/RAFFAEL DICK REUTER When JasmineTookes modeled the coveted “fantasy bra” at the Victoria’s Secret Fashion Show on Monday, it marked only the third time in the show’s 21-year run that a woman of color was chosen to make the brand’s ultimate fashion statement. That disparity reflects a pattern rampant in high fashion, where diversity is on the rise but startlingly far from the norm. The lack of representation in prominent fashion advertisements prompted Liberian-born, L.A.-based model DeddehHoward to take matters into her own hands.Howard’s aptly titled “Black Mirror” photo series captured her recreating some of fashion’s most iconic advertisements, replacing the likes of Michelle Williams for Louis Vuitton, Kendall Jenner for Calvin Klein and Candice Swanepoel for Victoria’s Secret. The project, which Howard told the Huffington Post took about three months from concept to completion, aims “to show the world what diversity is capable of.” Howard further explained on her website that she used the images to present her race in a more positive light than what is typically put forth by the media. “In a time where black people too often are in the media for being underrepresented at important events such as the Oscars, or make headlines for being targeted by the police, I felt it was time to do something positive and inspiring about my race,” she said. Howard said that while researching for the shoot, she and photographer Raffael Dickreuter were shocked to realize how many brands “truly never or almost never use black models.” Howard has firsthand experience with the struggle to diversify the industry. She said she’s been turned away from modeling agencies who told her they “already have a black model.” Calling this experience “bizarre,” she used the shoot to help emphasize the reality of the world we live in. “We live in a globalized world with nowadays many interracial couples producing mixed babies. Why can’t the big brands not embrace our diversity more and give all of us visibility?” she said.While she says she wasn’t prepared for “the big wave of response” to the project, which has garnered a slew of positive feedback 17thsoulja
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<p><a class="tumblr_blog" href="http://torddkin.tumblr.com/post/150135496629" target="_blank">torddkin</a>:</p> <blockquote> <p>so i made one of those palette challenge things?? send me a character+a palette name and i’ll draw them in that palette yo.</p> <p>also feel free to reblog this for ur followers to challenge u</p> <p>all palettes courtesy of <a class="tumblelog" href="https://tmblr.co/mPIxCzwaySepw5_zBY9h5og" target="_blank">@color-palettes</a></p> </blockquote>: Anxiety "Sodas & Skateboards" "Guidance" "Constant Rambling" "The Sweetest Chill" "Saltwater Tears" "Damned If I Do" "Without A Heart" "High Fashion "I'm Not Alone (Yet)" "Castle In The Sky" "Pumpkaboo" "Cherry Soda" "I (Kinda) Like You Back" "Omniferous" "BI Blooming" "This Is My Swamp" "What I Gain I Lose" "Cyberbullies" "Cool Sunsets" "Subtle Melancholy" "Conversation Hearts" Tuesdays "Sylveon" TORDDKIn.TUMBLR.Com <p><a class="tumblr_blog" href="http://torddkin.tumblr.com/post/150135496629" target="_blank">torddkin</a>:</p> <blockquote> <p>so i made one of those palette challenge things?? send me a character+a palette name and i’ll draw them in that palette yo.</p> <p>also feel free to reblog this for ur followers to challenge u</p> <p>all palettes courtesy of <a class="tumblelog" href="https://tmblr.co/mPIxCzwaySepw5_zBY9h5og" target="_blank">@color-palettes</a></p> </blockquote>

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<p><a href="http://everyoneisgay.tumblr.com/post/101760294238/so-im-agender-and-im-going-to-a-wedding-i" class="tumblr_blog">everyoneisgay</a>:</p> <blockquote><p class="MsoNormal"><strong>&ldquo;So I’m agender, and I’m going to a wedding. I need formal wear, but neither dresses nor suits work for me. I was thinking of just wearing a waistcoat over a dress shirt and pants, along with a tie, but I’m worried that it won’t be formal enough. Are there any other formal clothing options that might work, or should I just go with the possibly informal outfit and hope for the best?&rdquo;</strong></p> <p class="MsoNormal"><em><span> - Question asked by Anonymous and answered by <a href="https://twitter.com/DolceFemmeAnita">Anita Dolce Vita</a> as a part of <a href="http://everyoneisgay.com/second-opinions/">Everyone Is Gay: Second Opinions</a>.</span></em></p> <p class="MsoNormal"><span>—</span></p> <p class="MsoNormal"><span><a href="https://twitter.com/DolceFemmeAnita">Anita</a> says:</span></p> <p class="MsoNormal">Your question really hits home for me because my partner is currently in the same boat as you. While she identifies as female, she presents as androgynous. (<a href="http://everydayfeminism.com/2014/05/separating-identity-expression/">Gender identity and gender expression are two different concepts</a>. They can be related, but do not have to be.) She is filled with dread whenever we get an invitation to a wedding, graduation, or any other event that calls for formal attire because, like you, she does not want to wear a dress, but also feels that suits are too masculine. Conversely, I get super excited for formal events because I love dressing up and I can never turn down a good excuse to shop for a new dress. While I’m happily pursuing stores in search of the perfect dresses and stilettos and chandelier earrings, my partner is following me around, depressed that she cannot find anything to wear. Sometimes, she gets so stressed that it takes the joy out of attending formal events for both of us, because I feel sad and worried when she’s unhappy at the event and the days leading up to it.</p> <p class="MsoNormal">Recently, she and I have been throwing around the idea of having a commitment ceremony. Once again, the issue of what she could wear reared its ugly head; It is truly frustrating that clothing options are so limited, narrow, and binary!!! She and another reader inspired me to write <a href="http://www.dapperq.com/2013/10/ask-dapperq-androgynous-not-masculine-wedding-attire/">a piece on androgynous wedding attire</a> for dapperQ. This piece may be a good starting point for you. But, as I mentioned to the reader who submitted a similar question, providing individualized wedding attire recommendations is a bit challenging without knowing the general theme of the wedding (colors, setting, flowers, etc.), the level of formality (black-tie, casual, etc.), location (outdoor, indoor, beach, ballroom, city, country, etc.), season (winter, summer, etc.), and your personal style (preppy, street Goth, hipster, etc.)<span class="apple-converted-space"> I’m going to give you a few options based on style. I’ve also created </span><a href="http://www.pinterest.com/anitadolcevita/agender-androgyny/">a Pinterest mood board to give you a ballpark visual idea of these recommendations</a><span class="apple-converted-space">, as well as some pattern, color, and texture inspiration. </span></p> <p class="MsoNoSpacing"><span class="apple-converted-space"><strong><u>Preppy</u></strong></span></p> <p class="MsoNoSpacing"><span class="apple-converted-space">You mentioned you were going to wear a vest. However, in my opinion, a good blazer or sport coat can be just as formal and gender-neutral as a vest. (Check out dapperQ’s post on </span><a href="http://www.dapperq.com/2012/09/blazerssport-coatssuit-jackets-differences-and-how-to-wear/">the difference between a sport coat, blazer, and suit jacket</a><span class="apple-converted-space">.) The typical preppy uniform might look something like a button-down shirt under a navy blazer, paired with tan dress trousers and brown dress loafers. But, you can infuse your own personal style in this traditional, preppy template by adding unexpected touches. For example, if you’re comfortable going bold, wear a button-down with a unique pattern or interesting color, like plaid or hot pink, under your navy blazer. Additionally, instead of wearing a necktie or bow-tie, I recommend affixing an </span><a href="http://thegtguide.com/2012/01/27/3-ways-to-wear-a-brooch-or-demystyfing-the-brooch/">eye catching brooch</a><span class="apple-converted-space"> or </span><a href="http://thewelldressedman.net/decoration-collar-bars/">collar bar</a><span class="apple-converted-space"> where your collar buttons at the top-center of your shirt. An anchor brooch could really drive home a preppy, nautical theme. </span></p> <p class="MsoNormal"><span class="apple-converted-space"></span><span class="apple-converted-space"><strong><u>Heritage</u></strong></span></p> <p class="MsoNoSpacing"><span class="apple-converted-space">There is much debate about what exactly constitutes heritage style (think </span><span>tweed, corduroy, patterned knits</span><span>)</span><span class="apple-converted-space">, but the aesthetic is definitely popular now and one you can use as inspiration if you want to stick with a vest rather than wearing a jacket. Opt for a herringbone vest and, as I suggested above, let interesting patterns and colors tell your style story. I personally really like the combination of tweed vests and red or burgundy colored dress trousers. You can go sans tie and add some cool accessories like a </span><a href="http://us.asos.com/Designsix/Designsix-Spider-Pocket-Chain/Prod/pgeproduct.aspx?iid=4556248&amp;cid=17545&amp;sh=0&amp;pge=0&amp;pgesize=-1&amp;sort=-1&amp;clr=Gold&amp;totalstyles=100&amp;gridsize=3">vest pocket chain/watch</a><span class="apple-converted-space">, </span><a href="http://www.dapperq.com/2014/01/dapper-and-swags-livery-and-adornments-collar-chains/">collar chain</a><span class="apple-converted-space"> (antler collar chains are a fun option for a heritage ensemble), or a </span><a href="https://www.etsy.com/shop/HookandFurl">stylish lapel pin</a><span class="apple-converted-space">. Oh, and socks! Don’t forget that you can get a lot of style mileage out of </span><a href="http://www.dapperq.com/2012/10/ask-dapperq-how-to-wear-match-cool-socks/">a good pair of patterned socks</a><span class="apple-converted-space">.</span></p> <p class="MsoNoSpacing"><span class="apple-converted-space"><strong><u>High Fashion</u></strong></span></p> <p class="MsoNoSpacing"><span class="apple-converted-space">Musicians, artists, and cool hunters can be pretty good at bucking classic styles. If you are bold, fashion-forward, and like to draw outside the lines, you can get really creative. How about a black blazer or vest paired with a leopard print button-down, teal trousers, a collar chain, a </span><a href="http://www.societyofrevellers.com/lafrique-est-le-futur-series-pocket-tees/mens-brooch-wedding-boutonniere-everyday-wear-ankara-african-wax-print-blue-lilac-and-avocado-swirls/">homemade lapel pin</a><span class="apple-converted-space">, and studded dress shoes? Or, go all out </span><a href="http://www.dapperq.com/2013/04/power-clashing-who-what-when-where-why-how/">power-clashing</a><span class="apple-converted-space"> in a long, tailored black vest, a pair of plaid dress pants, and a polka-dot or stripped button-down? After all, it’s a wedding…not a funeral.</span></p> <p class="MsoNoSpacing">***</p> <p class="MsoNoSpacing"><em><a href="http://everyoneisgay.com/second-opinions/">Click through to read more about Anita and our other Second Opinions panelists!</a></em></p></blockquote> <p>Everyone is gay. Hmm.</p>: everyone is gay SECOND OPINIONS anita dolce vita <p><a href="http://everyoneisgay.tumblr.com/post/101760294238/so-im-agender-and-im-going-to-a-wedding-i" class="tumblr_blog">everyoneisgay</a>:</p> <blockquote><p class="MsoNormal"><strong>&ldquo;So I’m agender, and I’m going to a wedding. I need formal wear, but neither dresses nor suits work for me. I was thinking of just wearing a waistcoat over a dress shirt and pants, along with a tie, but I’m worried that it won’t be formal enough. Are there any other formal clothing options that might work, or should I just go with the possibly informal outfit and hope for the best?&rdquo;</strong></p> <p class="MsoNormal"><em><span> - Question asked by Anonymous and answered by <a href="https://twitter.com/DolceFemmeAnita">Anita Dolce Vita</a> as a part of <a href="http://everyoneisgay.com/second-opinions/">Everyone Is Gay: Second Opinions</a>.</span></em></p> <p class="MsoNormal"><span>—</span></p> <p class="MsoNormal"><span><a href="https://twitter.com/DolceFemmeAnita">Anita</a> says:</span></p> <p class="MsoNormal">Your question really hits home for me because my partner is currently in the same boat as you. While she identifies as female, she presents as androgynous. (<a href="http://everydayfeminism.com/2014/05/separating-identity-expression/">Gender identity and gender expression are two different concepts</a>. They can be related, but do not have to be.) She is filled with dread whenever we get an invitation to a wedding, graduation, or any other event that calls for formal attire because, like you, she does not want to wear a dress, but also feels that suits are too masculine. Conversely, I get super excited for formal events because I love dressing up and I can never turn down a good excuse to shop for a new dress. While I’m happily pursuing stores in search of the perfect dresses and stilettos and chandelier earrings, my partner is following me around, depressed that she cannot find anything to wear. Sometimes, she gets so stressed that it takes the joy out of attending formal events for both of us, because I feel sad and worried when she’s unhappy at the event and the days leading up to it.</p> <p class="MsoNormal">Recently, she and I have been throwing around the idea of having a commitment ceremony. Once again, the issue of what she could wear reared its ugly head; It is truly frustrating that clothing options are so limited, narrow, and binary!!! She and another reader inspired me to write <a href="http://www.dapperq.com/2013/10/ask-dapperq-androgynous-not-masculine-wedding-attire/">a piece on androgynous wedding attire</a> for dapperQ. This piece may be a good starting point for you. But, as I mentioned to the reader who submitted a similar question, providing individualized wedding attire recommendations is a bit challenging without knowing the general theme of the wedding (colors, setting, flowers, etc.), the level of formality (black-tie, casual, etc.), location (outdoor, indoor, beach, ballroom, city, country, etc.), season (winter, summer, etc.), and your personal style (preppy, street Goth, hipster, etc.)<span class="apple-converted-space"> I’m going to give you a few options based on style. I’ve also created </span><a href="http://www.pinterest.com/anitadolcevita/agender-androgyny/">a Pinterest mood board to give you a ballpark visual idea of these recommendations</a><span class="apple-converted-space">, as well as some pattern, color, and texture inspiration. </span></p> <p class="MsoNoSpacing"><span class="apple-converted-space"><strong><u>Preppy</u></strong></span></p> <p class="MsoNoSpacing"><span class="apple-converted-space">You mentioned you were going to wear a vest. However, in my opinion, a good blazer or sport coat can be just as formal and gender-neutral as a vest. (Check out dapperQ’s post on </span><a href="http://www.dapperq.com/2012/09/blazerssport-coatssuit-jackets-differences-and-how-to-wear/">the difference between a sport coat, blazer, and suit jacket</a><span class="apple-converted-space">.) The typical preppy uniform might look something like a button-down shirt under a navy blazer, paired with tan dress trousers and brown dress loafers. But, you can infuse your own personal style in this traditional, preppy template by adding unexpected touches. For example, if you’re comfortable going bold, wear a button-down with a unique pattern or interesting color, like plaid or hot pink, under your navy blazer. Additionally, instead of wearing a necktie or bow-tie, I recommend affixing an </span><a href="http://thegtguide.com/2012/01/27/3-ways-to-wear-a-brooch-or-demystyfing-the-brooch/">eye catching brooch</a><span class="apple-converted-space"> or </span><a href="http://thewelldressedman.net/decoration-collar-bars/">collar bar</a><span class="apple-converted-space"> where your collar buttons at the top-center of your shirt. An anchor brooch could really drive home a preppy, nautical theme. </span></p> <p class="MsoNormal"><span class="apple-converted-space"></span><span class="apple-converted-space"><strong><u>Heritage</u></strong></span></p> <p class="MsoNoSpacing"><span class="apple-converted-space">There is much debate about what exactly constitutes heritage style (think </span><span>tweed, corduroy, patterned knits</span><span>)</span><span class="apple-converted-space">, but the aesthetic is definitely popular now and one you can use as inspiration if you want to stick with a vest rather than wearing a jacket. Opt for a herringbone vest and, as I suggested above, let interesting patterns and colors tell your style story. I personally really like the combination of tweed vests and red or burgundy colored dress trousers. You can go sans tie and add some cool accessories like a </span><a href="http://us.asos.com/Designsix/Designsix-Spider-Pocket-Chain/Prod/pgeproduct.aspx?iid=4556248&amp;cid=17545&amp;sh=0&amp;pge=0&amp;pgesize=-1&amp;sort=-1&amp;clr=Gold&amp;totalstyles=100&amp;gridsize=3">vest pocket chain/watch</a><span class="apple-converted-space">, </span><a href="http://www.dapperq.com/2014/01/dapper-and-swags-livery-and-adornments-collar-chains/">collar chain</a><span class="apple-converted-space"> (antler collar chains are a fun option for a heritage ensemble), or a </span><a href="https://www.etsy.com/shop/HookandFurl">stylish lapel pin</a><span class="apple-converted-space">. Oh, and socks! Don’t forget that you can get a lot of style mileage out of </span><a href="http://www.dapperq.com/2012/10/ask-dapperq-how-to-wear-match-cool-socks/">a good pair of patterned socks</a><span class="apple-converted-space">.</span></p> <p class="MsoNoSpacing"><span class="apple-converted-space"><strong><u>High Fashion</u></strong></span></p> <p class="MsoNoSpacing"><span class="apple-converted-space">Musicians, artists, and cool hunters can be pretty good at bucking classic styles. If you are bold, fashion-forward, and like to draw outside the lines, you can get really creative. How about a black blazer or vest paired with a leopard print button-down, teal trousers, a collar chain, a </span><a href="http://www.societyofrevellers.com/lafrique-est-le-futur-series-pocket-tees/mens-brooch-wedding-boutonniere-everyday-wear-ankara-african-wax-print-blue-lilac-and-avocado-swirls/">homemade lapel pin</a><span class="apple-converted-space">, and studded dress shoes? Or, go all out </span><a href="http://www.dapperq.com/2013/04/power-clashing-who-what-when-where-why-how/">power-clashing</a><span class="apple-converted-space"> in a long, tailored black vest, a pair of plaid dress pants, and a polka-dot or stripped button-down? After all, it’s a wedding…not a funeral.</span></p> <p class="MsoNoSpacing">***</p> <p class="MsoNoSpacing"><em><a href="http://everyoneisgay.com/second-opinions/">Click through to read more about Anita and our other Second Opinions panelists!</a></em></p></blockquote> <p>Everyone is gay. Hmm.</p>

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bookishandi:  #One night the Doctor is going through the TARDIS and he finds Donna’s hatbox #and he looks through it and she has beanies and big floppy hats #and hats that look like small small woodland creatures atop your head #and she has a stetson in there and even a fez #so he can’t believe his luck months (and one body later) when he finds a fez #and he puts it on and thinks of Donna and her hatbox #and he insists that he’s wearing it because Fezzes Are Cool #(”and they are very cool Amy. Why are you making that face? You clearly don’t understand high fashion okay #because fezzes are the very pinnacle of stylish come the 37th century and Amy Pond stop laughing at me right now!”)#but maybe just a little part of him is thinking about another brilliant ginger who was unafraid to laugh at him #and maybe when the stetson shows up later he jams it right on his head #and his hearts break just a little for his lost Donna Noble #and maybe that’s what gives him the strength to use his trip to come back and help Craig clean up #because he remembers this loud ginger friend he once had #who would always remind him that sometimes he needs someone - sometimes all you need is a mate (vi winterinthetardis) : Planet of the hats, I'm ready! bookishandi:  #One night the Doctor is going through the TARDIS and he finds Donna’s hatbox #and he looks through it and she has beanies and big floppy hats #and hats that look like small small woodland creatures atop your head #and she has a stetson in there and even a fez #so he can’t believe his luck months (and one body later) when he finds a fez #and he puts it on and thinks of Donna and her hatbox #and he insists that he’s wearing it because Fezzes Are Cool #(”and they are very cool Amy. Why are you making that face? You clearly don’t understand high fashion okay #because fezzes are the very pinnacle of stylish come the 37th century and Amy Pond stop laughing at me right now!”)#but maybe just a little part of him is thinking about another brilliant ginger who was unafraid to laugh at him #and maybe when the stetson shows up later he jams it right on his head #and his hearts break just a little for his lost Donna Noble #and maybe that’s what gives him the strength to use his trip to come back and help Craig clean up #because he remembers this loud ginger friend he once had #who would always remind him that sometimes he needs someone - sometimes all you need is a mate (vi winterinthetardis)
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