The Pea Coat that Saved the World

fringelol:

"Unless we have to like battle observers or some shit, because then we’re switching to jeans and leather jackets"
Oct 21

fringelol:

"Unless we have to like battle observers or some shit, because then we’re switching to jeans and leather jackets"

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steampunksteampunk:

Petrova-Julia N
Oct 20

steampunksteampunk:

Petrova-Julia N

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Oct 19
AND EVERY OTHER DAY, PETER. NEVER STOP WITH THE PEA COAT.
Oct 19

AND EVERY OTHER DAY, PETER. NEVER STOP WITH THE PEA COAT.

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omgthatdress:

Ball Gown
Jacques Doucet, 1898-1902
The Metropolitan Museum of Art
Oct 18

omgthatdress:

Ball Gown

Jacques Doucet, 1898-1902

The Metropolitan Museum of Art

omgthatdress:

Ball Gown
Jacques Doucet, 1897
The Metropolitan Museum of Art
Oct 17

omgthatdress:

Ball Gown

Jacques Doucet, 1897

The Metropolitan Museum of Art

omgthatdress:

Dress
1820
The Metropolitan Museum of Art
Oct 16

omgthatdress:

Dress

1820

The Metropolitan Museum of Art

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books0977:

Contemplation (1867). Auguste Toulmouche (French, 1829-1890). Oil on canvas. 
During the 1860s, Toulmouche refined his style, and began exploring more complex compositional structures. He continued to adapt emotional expressiveness to the depiction of romantic narratives of everyday life.
Oct 16

books0977:

Contemplation (1867). Auguste Toulmouche (French, 1829-1890). Oil on canvas. 

During the 1860s, Toulmouche refined his style, and began exploring more complex compositional structures. He continued to adapt emotional expressiveness to the depiction of romantic narratives of everyday life.

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Oct 16

omgthatdress:

Robe à Transformation

1860s

The Museum of Fine Arts, Boston

Oct 16

omgthatdress:

Dress

Madame Grès, 1945

Kerry Taylor Auctions