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What are your thoughts on layering necklaces? I've found myself doing that in my Polyvore outfits lately and wondered if my fashion icon ever does that.
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Most of mine are some type of whimsical pendant on a chain, and I think pairing a medium length one with a longer one would actually make for a really cute look! 

I’m boring with my necklaces though… or mostly too in a rush to style my jewelry past just picking one out and running out the door. So you might be really happy to know that you’ve just given me a really good idea about the layering thing!


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Downton Abbey/ GGLM crossover. Yes or no?
Anonymous
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Uh… could be fun? I’ve never actually seen either show.


Q
Do you prefer the US or UK wishing dress?
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US, but this is one of the few cases where I don’t find myself defending every single little detail of it to death. 

Don’t get me wrong, it’s still my favorite version out there, and the only aspect of it I don’t actually like, I can’t really think of a production that does it better. There is SO much good about it, I love the roses, I love that the panniers are nicely draped, unlike the UK versions that kinda just hang there really straight. I LOVE THE BACK BOW, I got to see a brand new one a while back and that thing is the most gorgeous fluffiest (and surprisingly intricate) thing I have ever seen in my entire life. I love the particular bustle silhouette they’ve gone with and I love the bow on the collar. And the way the waterfall drapery is executed.

My problem is that to me, it feels full of straight lines. Granted, those straight lines are made of braided trim and 12,000 yards of satin and velvet ribbon, but I look at the outer edge of the collar and it makes me wish they had decorated it a bit differently. 


I should be studying. And I will definitely get on that tomorrow. 

But right now I just wanna do asks. So send the things maybe?


Q
Grow.
A

Highlights version of A Little Full of Rain.


queenabeck:

spookybroadwayblog replied to your post“it’s too early in the day for theatre elitism”
Yes, free wifi at every seat is a bad thing, depending on the situation. If someone is utilizing free wifi whilst a show is in full swing, it’s shitty and downright disrespectful. Before the show or during intermission is another story, however.
I think the wifi is more used before the show and during intermission. Besides, if someone was on their phone during the show it is the job of the ushers to tell that person to stop. (though the person shouldn’t have been doing it in the first place)
Either way, if someone is going to go on their phone during a show, they are going to do it. Wifi or not. Wifi in a theatre allows for a person to share that they are at that theatre (thus an added publicity) much more easily than they would without.
kaitlin hit the nail right on the head folks

This is an actual conversation I just had:

Me: I actually ended up changing my major because I didn’t want to and then didn’t have time to take Stats before Research Methods

Classmate: But Stats is really easy. (Can I just say what an utterly irrelevant comment this is at this point?)

Me: Yea, but I can’t take it anyway because you have to take Stats a semester before Research and I’m graduating next semester.

Classmate (how is now completely appalled at this seeming lack of foresight on my part): But you can’t do take Research without taking stats first!

Me: …which Is why I changed my major. Something I literally JUST SAID.

I can’t fucking stand it when people tell me things I already know and have already accounted for like they’re doing me this huge favor by dropping a truth bomb on poor unsuspecting/unrealistic/naive little old me. 

Stop talking to me like I’m dumber than you. I most assuredly am not.

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Because I can't see you not saying something to someone wearing your bows.
Anonymous
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New York is a big city. 

anon asks

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Still waiting for the day I run into you in the city and finally get to see who you really are, your face that is.
Anonymous
A

But how would you know it’s me?

anon asks

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Your style is impeccable. You are hands down my fashion icon!
Anonymous
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Oh man thank you so much! You have no idea how much that means to me! Sometimes I do think about how it’s not the most groundbreaking or ultra trendy/high fashion aesthetic, but I personally love the look and I am beyond flattered that you consider me a fashion icon!

I PROMISE I WILL BRING HONOR TO THIS RESPONSIBILITY


Q
one day instead of photoshopping the cherry over your face you should just bring your mask down to the lobby and take a selfie with it on
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99% of the time the selfies get take on the way back from class/dinner/the event because inevitably I end up running so late that there just isn’t time to try and get a non-blurry selfie with my phone camera.

And if I have to run up to my apartment to pick up a mask, I’m probably gonna be too lazy to go back downstairs with it. Plus the fact that at least a couple of my neighbors always passes by when I’m in the middle of it and wearing the mask would probably prompt a complaint for scaring the kids or something. 


phantamxrose:

juantreehill:

faceless bloggers are so mysterious  

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viscountess
lmfao

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why are you always hiding your face or wearing that mask??
Anonymous
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My friend if I told you I’d have to kill you.

i'm a very private person that's the short of it anon asks

lifeafterthemasquerade:

In which my friends are all awesome and go along with my stupidity…mouring why Sherlock doesn’t love us (Irene and John), or notice them (Molly), or mind his own damn business so they can blow up Parliament (V)

(via littlelottie)

because this came up again

I seriously need to actually write that scene in Modern Day Phantom where the Daroga doesn’t so much save Erik as accidentally get them both so drunk off their asses that they stumble into to the wrong tent in time to see Erik’s actual tent get blown sky high as a result of the Shah’s assassination attempt.

modern day phantom