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Pastel Perfection

Look good-enough-to-eat in falls sweetest shades!

Pastel shades may be the trend that just won’t die, but at least it means you can rock your summer wardrobe into fall! Freshen up your closet with a pastel dress, or make the trend work for winter in a pretty pastel duster coat. You’ll look as sweet as a macaroon in no time!

1. Pixie Market Pastel Colour Block Dress

2. ASOS Jacquard Pep Hem Dress

3. ASOS Longline Duster Jacket

4. Topshop Longline Duster Coat

5. 3.1 Phillip Lim Pashli Satchel

6. ASOS Flat Lock Shoulder Bag 

7. ASOS Full midi skirt

8. Topshop Spotty Foam Texture A-line Skirt

Do you love pastel shades, or do they make you as sick as eating too much candy?! Let us know below!

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Pastel Perfection

Look good-enough-to-eat in falls sweetest shades!

Pastel shades may be the trend that just won’t die, but at least it means you can rock your summer wardrobe into fall! Freshen up your closet with a pastel dress, or make the trend work for winter in a pretty pastel duster coat. You’ll look as sweet as a macaroon in no time!

1. Pixie Market Pastel Colour Block Dress

2. ASOS Jacquard Pep Hem Dress

3. ASOS Longline Duster Jacket

4. Topshop Longline Duster Coat

5. 3.1 Phillip Lim Pashli Satchel

6. ASOS Flat Lock Shoulder Bag 

7. ASOS Full midi skirt

8. Topshop Spotty Foam Texture A-line Skirt

Do you love pastel shades, or do they make you as sick as eating too much candy?! Let us know below!

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u-n-a-s-h-a-m-e-d:

andreafluff:

instadayum:

kamikaze95:

nowyoukno:

Remember IT IS NOT A WOMAN’S RESPONSIBILITY TO PREVENT RAPE. In the world we live in, however, women should be empowered with any tools in order to protect themselves. Source for more facts follow NowYouKno

:-))

i think the best but also saddest thing about this is that MEN created this product to protect women from MEN

Preach.

‼️‼️

Cool 

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u-n-a-s-h-a-m-e-d:

andreafluff:

instadayum:

kamikaze95:

nowyoukno:

Remember IT IS NOT A WOMAN’S RESPONSIBILITY TO PREVENT RAPE. In the world we live in, however, women should be empowered with any tools in order to protect themselves. Source for more facts follow NowYouKno

:-))

i think the best but also saddest thing about this is that MEN created this product to protect women from MEN

Preach.

‼️‼️

Cool 

u-n-a-s-h-a-m-e-d:

clarknokent:

blvckbeautty:

penutbutterqueen:

Lmaoo he snitched on em

😩😂😩

I don’t believe it

IM CRYYYIIINGGGGGGG
SAY IT AINT REAL PLZ

people watch Game of Thrones too much 

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u-n-a-s-h-a-m-e-d:

clarknokent:

blvckbeautty:

penutbutterqueen:

Lmaoo he snitched on em

😩😂😩

I don’t believe it

IM CRYYYIIINGGGGGGG
SAY IT AINT REAL PLZ

people watch Game of Thrones too much 

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Dorm Haul! Top 10 Back to College Must-Haves

Okay, so maybe your dorm room doesn’t look like this but outfitting your closet and your room with stuff you love is sure going to make going back to college way more fun. We’ve scoured the web to find some of this fall’s must-have items. Hurry before your roommates scores them before you!

1) Plum & Bow Rolling Hills Comforter

2) Converse x Missoni Chuck Taylor All Star High Top Sneakers

3) Marshall Major Headphones

4) Jessica Hische Haters Gonna Hate Pillow 

5) Bumble & Bumble Pret-a-Powder

6) Wildfox Leather Trim Floral Backpack

7) ModCloth Treat Your Shelf Light (Hello, Gummy Bear Lamp! In red, blue & pink)

8) River Island Black Coffee to Go Sweatshirt

9) Anthropologie Laced Persica Robe

10) GAP Plaid-Panel Cocoon Sweatshirt

Stay tuned for our next #dormhaul round-up next week!

Cover Photo: Urban Outfitters

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wantering-blog:

Dorm Haul! Top 10 Back to College Must-Haves

Okay, so maybe your dorm room doesn’t look like this but outfitting your closet and your room with stuff you love is sure going to make going back to college way more fun. We’ve scoured the web to find some of this fall’s must-have items. Hurry before your roommates scores them before you!

1) Plum & Bow Rolling Hills Comforter

2) Converse x Missoni Chuck Taylor All Star High Top Sneakers

3) Marshall Major Headphones

4) Jessica Hische Haters Gonna Hate Pillow 

5) Bumble & Bumble Pret-a-Powder

6) Wildfox Leather Trim Floral Backpack

7) ModCloth Treat Your Shelf Light (Hello, Gummy Bear Lamp! In red, blue & pink)

8) River Island Black Coffee to Go Sweatshirt

9) Anthropologie Laced Persica Robe

10) GAP Plaid-Panel Cocoon Sweatshirt

Stay tuned for our next #dormhaul round-up next week!

Cover Photo: Urban Outfitters

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Shaming of individuals who cannot move through white spaces

I recently listened to a podcast and they talked about code switching, which is the act of having the ability to speak and act differently in different spaces. Lucy on the podcast spoke on the act of crapping on individuals who did not have the ability to code switch. I have realized I have done this on numerous occasions. I’ve spoken to people of my own race in ways as to make them feel less because they could not navigate through whiteness. They could not speak in ways which made sense for the world which is dominated by white privilege, white beauty, and western ideology. For that I am sorry. However, I have gotten into trouble due to my inability for whites to not properly understand relationships with my family. To not understand hierarchy and family values and for that I reason I understand my act of intolerance for individuals who cannot code switch as wrong. As a person who wants to advocate for individuals who cannot move through white spaces, it is important to articulate their ideals in a manner, which whiteness can understand, while not ostrasizes their voices. It’s a learning process to relate to their struggles while not white washing it to that point where people in these communties cannot clearly and fundamentally agree with the process which is meant to help further advance their rights, goals, and values on a macro scale. The shaming of individuals who cannot move through white spaces is a deplorable offense. I hope I can hold myself responsible and become more self aware as a strive to become a advocate in the future.