things that hannah would wear if she didn't work in the arts and had money to buy things. also, sometimes, things hannah does wear.

 

Black is modest and arrogant at the same time. Black is lazy and easy - but mysterious. But above all black says this: “I don’t bother you - don’t bother me”

Yohji Yamamoto (via wiremuse)

sarazucker:

with confidence, i’d say that jill stuart's mid-length suede trench is the *coat of the season.* seeing it glide down the runway was utter perfection, as if time stood still.

sarazucker:

with confidence, i’d say that jill stuart's mid-length suede trench is the *coat of the season.* seeing it glide down the runway was utter perfection, as if time stood still.

Hannah is looking forward to channeling Francoise Hardy this fall.

Hannah is looking forward to channeling Francoise Hardy this fall.

(Source: fhardyfan96)

ofakind:

Berlin Lounge Pants by Atelier Delphine for Of a Kind
BUY / 40 of a kind / $138

Hannah wants to wear lounge pants all day every day.

ofakind:

Berlin Lounge Pants by Atelier Delphine for Of a Kind

BUY / 40 of a kind / $138

Hannah wants to wear lounge pants all day every day.

powercuddle:

free-parking:

i found my new wardrobe

i need henry the eighth to reside over my crotch like some fucked up guardian who will behead or divorce all who dare try and pass him

Hannah would wear all of these. 

elissasussman:

hearthfires-holocausts:

Dascha Polanco at the Tracy Reese Fashion Show during Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week Spring 2015

GIRL

Literal gasp. 

GORGEOUS

That hair, that dress. Hannah approves. 

(Source: winchestersarrow)

books0977:

Woman reading. New York Public Library, 1944.
“[His] library was a fine dark place bricked with books, so anything could happen there and always did. All you had to do was pull a book from the shelf and open it and suddenly the darkness was not so dark anymore.” ― Ray Bradbury, Farewell Summer

books0977:

Woman reading. New York Public Library, 1944.

“[His] library was a fine dark place bricked with books, so anything could happen there and always did. All you had to do was pull a book from the shelf and open it and suddenly the darkness was not so dark anymore.” ― Ray Bradbury, Farewell Summer