1. forbiddenforrest:

Sanctuary of truth by Martin Widlund on Flickr.

    forbiddenforrest:

    Sanctuary of truth by Martin Widlund on Flickr.

    (via ethernius)

  2. 
Illustration by Freeman Elliot c. 1950

    Illustration by Freeman Elliot c. 1950

    (Source: vintagegal, via vintagegal)

  3. victoriousvocabulary:

SURSEANCE
[noun]
1. cessation or suspension of hostilities, see surcease.
2. peace; quiet.
Etymology: from French & Old French surseoir.
[image source]

    victoriousvocabulary:

    SURSEANCE

    [noun]

    1. cessation or suspension of hostilities, see surcease.

    2. peace; quiet.

    Etymology: from French & Old French surseoir.

    [image source]

  4. (Source: tncypk, via unlikeboys)

  5. victoriousvocabulary:

DÉCOLLETAGE
[noun]
the upper part of a woman’s torso, between her waist and neck, comprising her neck, shoulders, back and chest, that is exposed by the neckline of her clothing. However, the term is most commonly applied to a neckline that reveals or emphasizes cleavage.
Etymology: borrowing from French décolletage, from décolleter “to reveal the neck or neckline”. 
[John Singer Sargent - Portrait of Madame X]

    victoriousvocabulary:

    DÉCOLLETAGE

    [noun]

    the upper part of a woman’s torso, between her waist and neck, comprising her neck, shoulders, back and chest, that is exposed by the neckline of her clothing. However, the term is most commonly applied to a neckline that reveals or emphasizes cleavage.

    Etymology: borrowing from French décolletage, from décolleter “to reveal the neck or neckline”. 

    [John Singer Sargent - Portrait of Madame X]

  6. thecounterpunchingradio:

Untitled (Bouaké, Ivory Coast, 1967)
Adama Kouyaté 
(with thanks to jon-garcia)

    thecounterpunchingradio:

    Untitled (Bouaké, Ivory Coast, 1967)

    Adama Kouyaté 

    (with thanks to jon-garcia)

    (via vintageblackbeauty)

  7. omgthatdress:

Corset
1950s
The Victoria & Albert Museum

    omgthatdress:

    Corset

    1950s

    The Victoria & Albert Museum

    (via vintagegal)

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