Femme fatales in cinema throughout the 20th century. A femme fatale is defined as a woman who is seductive and beautiful, yet mysterious and treacherous.
“You’ve got a touch of class, but I don’t know how far you can go.” - Philip Marlowe, The Big Sleep
On the set of “Double Indemnity”
Can I just say I have fallen head over heels for the look of the 1930s/1940s? Okay, fangirling away
Nice green vest/sweater and mom’s costume jewelry. I felt awesome today, to say the least.
Awkward hipster mirror picture but outfit of the day! Loving my birthday present (the bowler hat) from my best friend Taylor!
Photo by Holly Haber
we accept the love we think we deserve.
I loved Emma Watson (/Sam)’s hair and style in Perks. I’m going to go for this cut on November 2nd.
You can kind of see my hair here. But I do love this picture.
Homecoming game (for court) and homecoming dance looks (picture on the right). I tried to go for a ballerina and flower theme for both. I’ll try to post a picture of the back of my hair, which had little roses all through it. I really loved my big tutu. It was quite popular and the general response to it was “You look like a ballerina!”…also, my friends aren’t too bad looking either :)