johndarnielle:

rambleready:

disgustinghuman:

thre3f:

House, Tree & Mountain Rings by Clive Roddy

!

would rock

cool as hell in my opinion

John Darnielle endorses, I pretty much need them now.

glamour:

Cute fall shoes (under $150!) from Marais USA’s new collection.

Reblogged from Glamour Tumblr
Tags: covet marais want
insidetheloop:

seen on: a cup of joe

Winter’s here. Also a blizzard.

insidetheloop:

seen on: a cup of joe

Winter’s here. Also a blizzard.

Reblogged from {inside} the loop
calivintage:

street style by the sf style.

So, last week I almost drunkenly purchased a pair of Bass loafers, and the Boyfriend talked me out of it. I submit this street style photograph for his reconsideration.

calivintage:

street style by the sf style.

So, last week I almost drunkenly purchased a pair of Bass loafers, and the Boyfriend talked me out of it. I submit this street style photograph for his reconsideration.

Reblogged from calivintage on tumblr
caryrandolph:

Maine, yes, but I’ll take this as another hint to get back to Newport.Or any New England beach town, really. From Vogue. 

caryrandolph:

Maine, yes, but I’ll take this as another hint to get back to Newport.
Or any New England beach town, really. 
From Vogue

Reblogged from That Kind Of Woman
anchordivision:

Vintage Rucksack - Put together by Cruzch

anchordivision:

Vintage Rucksack - Put together by Cruzch

Reblogged from That Kind Of Woman
Reblogged from Strikes Our Fancy
themadeshop:

From David Foster Wallace’s essay on Kafka:

It’s not that students don’t “get” Kafka’s humor but that we’ve taught them to see humor as something you get — the same way we’ve taught them that a self is something you just have. No wonder they cannot appreciate the really central Kafka joke — that the horrific struggle to establish a human self results in a self whose humanity is inseparable from that horrific struggle. That our endless and impossible journey toward home is in fact our home. 

{Prints For Sale}

themadeshop:

From David Foster Wallace’s essay on Kafka:

It’s not that students don’t “get” Kafka’s humor but that we’ve taught them to see humor as something you get — the same way we’ve taught them that a self is something you just have. No wonder they cannot appreciate the really central Kafka joke — that the horrific struggle to establish a human self results in a self whose humanity is inseparable from that horrific struggle. That our endless and impossible journey toward home is in fact our home. 

{Prints For Sale}

Reblogged from THE MADE SHOP
themercurialist:

caryrandolph:

Daily dose of Americana: This is a book of photographs that chronicle the Civil War as it is lived today in our Deep South - the decaying Doric columns, the plantations turned to ruin. It is heartbreaking and enormously beautiful all at once. Published in honor of the Sesquicentennial of the War Between the States; the anniversary began on April 12 of this year.
All photography by my mother’s dear friend Nell Dickerson. Nell is an architect, a Hollywood set designer, and a fourth-generation cotton farmer with ties to her families ancestral land in the heart of the Mississippi Delta.
View a preview of GONE here.

themercurialist:

caryrandolph:

Daily dose of Americana: This is a book of photographs that chronicle the Civil War as it is lived today in our Deep South - the decaying Doric columns, the plantations turned to ruin. It is heartbreaking and enormously beautiful all at once. Published in honor of the Sesquicentennial of the War Between the States; the anniversary began on April 12 of this year.

All photography by my mother’s dear friend Nell Dickerson. Nell is an architect, a Hollywood set designer, and a fourth-generation cotton farmer with ties to her families ancestral land in the heart of the Mississippi Delta.

View a preview of GONE here.

Reblogged from The Mercurialist
Reblogged from Lady Moriarty
Tags: covet foxes