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April 2, 2015.Blazer: Topman - $60 (similar, 2, 3)Vest: Ludlow Herringbone Wool - J. Crew - $73.50 (similar)Shirt: Overdye Green Tea Floral Shirt - J. Crew - $15Jeans: Levi’s 511 in Rigid Dragon - Nordstrom - $50Boots: Dario Wingtip - Vince Camuto - Nordstrom - $105Pocket Square: PP344 - The Tie Bar - $8Sunglasses: Ray Ban Clubmaster - $87 (cheaper)Watch: Stillwell in Chocolate - Jack Spade (c/o)

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When are we legitimately gonna go back to this era?! Those cuffed jeans <3 basics | Raddest Men's Fashion Looks On The Internet: http://www.raddestlooks.org

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Photographer Jess Findlay recently captured this amazing shot of a firey-throated hummingbord while shooting in the Talamanca Mountains in Costa Rica. The image is a result of hundreds of photos taken over several hours with a telephoto lens as he waited patiently for one of the small birds to perch

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interesting clown idea. reminds me also of the clown makeup painted in blood

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Mom sent me this pin! When I was little, this movie scared the SHIT outta me!!! For those who don't know, this is F'N It...

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A mix of sport knits, button downs, and pullover shirts . Sport shirts were made of knit or pre-shrunk cotton and synthetic fabrics that washed and wore easily. “No iron” needed was a big selling point, mostly for house wives who were the primary purchasers of men’s shirts.

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Vintage but fashion at this high of degree never goes out of style. Find your inspiration @ dapperanddame.com. #dapperndame

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Forever Divided from Dracorubio on Vimeo.Here’s a speededit, with a few pointers on how I created my lateste image “Forever Divided” booking: draumlist.com Smoke Brushes used from: raw.exchange/product/magic-brushes/?rel=5 LUTcreator used:3dlutcreator.com/?pro=vk&utm_source=google&utm_medium=cpc&utm_content=3dlut-all&utm_campaign=3D-Lut&gclid=CNK2mZ2-1c8CFdXGGwodgKMMwA Retouching Tools Panel: retouchingtools.com Female Model: Ruby de la Porté Male Model: Bobby Grey Assistance: Yvette Leur Photography & Edit: Dracorubio

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macabre-scary-clown-portraits-photography-clownville- 20 Scariest Clowns of All Time

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Teddy boys-- late 40's and 50's-- working class British adolescents who adopted styles in menswear that had a somewhat Edwardian flavor. More

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Spirit halloween contest...boo!!!:)(veronica d) Scary Evil And Killer Clowns

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