Gwen Stefani Baby Don't Lie
Gwen Stefani
Baby Don't Lie
theniftyfifties:

Marilyn Monroe
849
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stokstadshit:

I remember when I was about 15 years old watching tv at home and getting a call from my grandma. She told me to switch it to channel 35 because The Shining was playing and she thought I would like it. I not only liked it, I fucking adored it and has since remained my favourite movie of all time….

theniftyfifties:

Evening gown by Givenchy, spring 1957.
648
theniftyfifties:

Marlon Brando
theniftyfifties:

Lucille Ball in ‘I Love Lucy’, 1950s.
634
theheatofthesouth:

Don’t take notes just doodle
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Ever since I was little superheros have always made an impact on my life. They gave me a lot more that just something to do and to play on my free time. They gave me a sense of pride and the motivation to aspire to be more than what I was. There is this underlining concept that each of them share. To always do the right thing and to test your limits. Even though each has their own story and their own view of the world. I feel like that is what makes them so relatable. Their free will and their humanity. I always get off track and forget that I know I can be more that what I am. But the every time I see my favorite characters I am reminded of the fact that I can do more and be more.

theniftyfifties:

Marilyn Monroe