“Dear Cape Cod,
You were the perfect getaway, but the pairing of expensive accessories with cheap and tacky vacationwear was a reminder that while money may buy power it does not buy class. Ambivalently Yours❤”
A blog post about my ambivalently sweet relationship with fashion.
aliceattentionwhore asked: I'm just here to fanperson your page a little (a lot).
THANK YOU!! ❤
remakingagainshutup asked: Spent a boring day going through your blog~ check my banner <3
Wow! thanks for all the reblogs! your blog is looking great, although my opinion is totally bias since you have my drawing at the top! lol <3 Loving all the pink!!!!!
remakingagainshutup asked: I just love you so much~
THANK YOU!!!❤ You’re so sweet!
whereveryougo-thereyouare asked: i just want you to know that your art inspires me so much. you are seriously amazing
Thank you! YOU are amazing for saying that! Honestly, it means a lot! ❤
cutegrrl asked: um hi i'm really bad at this but i love ur blog and ur artwork and ur a cutie *u* stay fab (ღ˘⌣˘ღ)
Aw! Thank you so much! That’s really sweet of you to say! ❤
“Mass culture always contains cleaned-up, camera-ready variations of the underground, incorporating just enough of what’s “edgy” to maintain its own relevance. Sometimes – if we’re lucky – these transformations result in mass culture that’s more interesting than usual, that entertains in a way that feels surprising, and that perhaps even helps spread progressive values. But if a political idea is showing up in mass culture, that’s because it’s happening somewhere else in a more concentrated, grassroots way.” - Sara Marcus
-Marjane Satrapi, Persepolis: The Story of a Childhood
(just because my middrift is showing, doesn’t mean I want you to talk to me.)