Saturday, January 11, 2020

Story image for Victorian Fashion, pearl from Hong Kong Tatler

Equestrian-Inspired Pieces To Wear To Longines Masters 2019

Hong Kong Tatler-Jan. 28, 2019
Get your equestrian-esque look with our pick of wild west-inspired fashion ... into the nostalgia of the Victorian era with Rianna + Nina's multicoloured maxi dress ...
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Lovers' Eyes: Jewelry's Sexiest Sub-Genre, Luxuriously ...

Forbes-Mar. 8, 2019
(These were often variously embellished with pearls, diamonds or colored stones. ... wear and see psychic reminders of their inner vision, third eye and intuition.
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Is Dior the greatest fashion house of the past century? 25, 2019
Pearls, tweeds (particularly houndstooth), Savile Row tailoring, extravagantly .... from their clothing, but glamour and an almost Victorian display of femininity.
Story image for Victorian Fashion, pearl from Toronto Sun
Toronto Sun

This Week in Royal Fashion: Lady Gabriella's wedding, Kate ...

Royal Central-May 23, 2019
We were treated to a blockbuster fashion week with a royal wedding, the ... on Sunday and chose the pearl cluster earrings by Cassandra Goad that she wore to 

1 comment:

Pearl Necklace said...

You cannot say "tomorrow we'll go to the cinema and the theatre"; you cannot say "tomorrow we'll go to the movies, and we will walk in the Park"; you cannot say, "today and tomorrow we will celebrate the birthday." So say in everyday speech, these actions are really possible, but at different times, alternating, making one thing after another. You can celebrate a birthday today and tomorrow, but it will be one holiday in one long time of today and tomorrow. Tomorrow we'll go to the movies and to the theater, but that means first, do go to the movies, and then just go to the theater, and the time here meant the same one thing in common tomorrow.

It is clear that the place, time and action have a dimension, they are all extended, but not indefinitely. The action always takes place in some long time and is some sort of extended place. To reduce them to abstract as points and infinite moment it is possible only in the notion that we often do, by declaring the principle of unity and the impossibility of the other in this place and time of an action. But in reality, we are unable to say so, because infinite is small. in fact, the absence of which is tantamount to a rejection of the concept of "time and place" (read space), and accordingly perform some action. So some time extent still available, as well as the place. But only different in length and volume or size.

If we say, "let's walk", from the context it is clear that it is, for example, about the Park and meant the limited space that is sufficient to solve the task - to walk. If you say, "meet me under the clock", and there is a long space that allows you to visually see each other. If you say, "I'll meet you in two hours", it means that the length of time can range from five minutes or more. Including astronomical meetings comets, planets, etc. have temporal and spatial length.

The infinitesimal, as infinite extent, does not happen. Everything has its limits, which are determined by the task, and which allow for the possibility of change. It is the length of time and place leads to the possibility of change, and time and place I. accordingly, the actions. This is the kind of gap that allows to respond flexibly to external changes and in which all are committed for the transformation of nature and phenomena. Unchanging and absolute only the possibility of existence of length.

On the notion of "unity of place, time and action" there is still one caveat, and very significant. Committing any act, which provides for the time and place in his Trinity can and must be performed in some General for yourself or time, or place, or action. And this provision must be indicated, explicitly or implicitly, in any offer. When you say: "Tomorrow let's go to the movies", it means that the concept of "tomorrow" as a dominant included in a common temporal context, as well as the concept of "come" as an action, and "movie" as a place.