“I don’t believe in ‘I’m sorry’ because if a person is really sorry, they should’ve never done it in the first place. And if they have anyways, they should never have to say sorry because they’ll just do something instead to prove that they are sorry.”—Steven Kelly. Not the exact words, but almost. (via ninetyone)
i’ve been looking for some to wear, but haven’t seen anything that great yet. these looks are from forever21. i hate that they never have small sizes left in stores or they run out of looks fast therefore leaving me to resort to online shopping. their small’s are still pretty big for me so especially their bottoms. plus if i were to purchase clothes from there you can only exchange.
the yellow skirt comes in xs ! idk about the fabric or fit, but it is a cheap find only 13.80
“What’s worse: new wounds which are so horribly painful, or old wounds that should have healed years ago and never did? Maybe our old wounds teach us something. They remind us where we’ve been and what we’ve overcome. They teach us lessons about what to avoid in the future. That’s what we like to think. But that’s not the way it is, is it? Some things we just have to learn over and over again.”—(via kimberlyjane)
The annual sale, going strong since the ‘60s, features limited edition products you can’t find anywhere else, fall release previews, and classic cosmetics given the supersize treatment.
Among the standouts are the two nail polishes from Dior’s Jazz Club fall ’09 collection, a deluxe size bottle of Kiehl’s Crème de Corp, a preview of limited edition fragrances from Marc Jacobs Splash, and a YSL large black pouch that comes free with purchase. While the sale doesn’t officially start until July 17, you can pre-order products now—a smart move considering that many come in very limited qualities, and won’t be restocked even if they sell out.
I think that the overall idea of what love and relationships are is a bit warped. I think we get our ideas from these fantasy ideas fed to us from movies, tv, etc. Relationships have to be built and that takes time. We want it instantly and when we cant have it that fast we move on to the next “good” thing. People dont want to take the time to invest in getting to know a person. Often its all about the fire and the physical and when that fire dies people are ready to leave. Everybody tosses around the word love like its a greeting. For me love is almost indescribable, its a connection between two people that are down for each other no matter what. Its a totally unconditional thing.