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Interior decor of the 1920's - glorious wrought iron staircase, with echoes of the design on the glowing amber walls. Suberb!

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Interior decor of the 1920's - glorious wrought iron staircase, with echoes of the design on the glowing amber walls. Suberb!

ZWAARTAFELEN I Inspiratie lichte en koele eetkamer met invloeden van een Scandinavisch interieur I www.zwaartafelen.nl

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ZWAARTAFELEN I Inspiratie lichte en koele eetkamer met invloeden van een Scandinavisch interieur I www.zwaartafelen.nl

Art Deco shoe English, c. 1925, The stark contrast between light and dark was exploited by many Art Deco designers, artists, and architects in the 1920s and this pair of shoes exemplifies this aesthetic. More

Karen von Hahn: Flapper style is reimagined for a new generation of emancipated women

Art Deco shoe English, c. 1925, The stark contrast between light and dark was exploited by many Art Deco designers, artists, and architects in the 1920s and this pair of shoes exemplifies this aesthetic. More

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Living room | Brownstone in New York | House tour | PHOTO GALLERY | Livingetc | Housetohome.co.uk

If you need some reminder of your VALUE today, You are WORTH! How often do we forget about it? Let's not, as empowering ourselves, we empower others. I truly believe in equality. But I also believe that equality means that everyone should realize her (his) own potential not copying someone. We live in a time where equality mostly means "be like a man". I believe in BE LIKE A WOMAN, be like YOU, it is much more powerful. Do you feel empowered today?  (related reading) link to this pic

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If you need some reminder of your VALUE today, You are WORTH! How often do we forget about it? Let's not, as empowering ourselves, we empower others. I truly believe in equality. But I also believe that equality means that everyone should realize her (his) own potential not copying someone. We live in a time where equality mostly means "be like a man". I believe in BE LIKE A WOMAN, be like YOU, it is much more powerful. Do you feel empowered today? (related reading) link to this pic

STORIES FROM THE EMERALD ISLAND PART V by Stefanie Neumann on #KokopelliBeeFree Blog  2015-03-31:  “When I first came to Ireland I felt a strong energy moving inside the Earth. It felt like the ground beneath my feet was moving like a ship on the roaring sea.” – Stefanie Neumann | Image: Glendalough, Co. Wicklow, Ireland © Stefanie Neumann - All Rights Reserved.

Stories from the Emerald Island Part V

STORIES FROM THE EMERALD ISLAND PART V by Stefanie Neumann on #KokopelliBeeFree Blog 2015-03-31: “When I first came to Ireland I felt a strong energy moving inside the Earth. It felt like the ground beneath my feet was moving like a ship on the roaring sea.” – Stefanie Neumann | Image: Glendalough, Co. Wicklow, Ireland © Stefanie Neumann - All Rights Reserved.

"My God's not dead, He's SURELY ALIVE! He's living on the inside roaring like a LION!"  Etsy prints by LifeWithWaves - www.lifewithwaves.wordpress.com  Want custom prints made? Send us an email - we can make it all!

"My God's not dead, He's SURELY ALIVE! He's living on the inside roaring like a LION!" Etsy prints by LifeWithWaves - www.lifewithwaves.wordpress.com Want custom prints made? Send us an email - we can make it all!

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blackandwhitepanduh: Follow Panduhm0n1um for more fashion. Black and white blog here.

fashionrevealed:    Mascara, 1920s.  Photo from the Smithsonian Magazine Online.  I remember my Mum using this type of mascara, she would spit in it to make it wet, well it was her own spit!

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fashionrevealed: Mascara, 1920s. Photo from the Smithsonian Magazine Online. I remember my Mum using this type of mascara, she would spit in it to make it wet, well it was her own spit!

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