☆ September 1, 2014 ☆
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enzoani:

The perfect dress is always in the details #Enzoani #weddings #weddingstyle #bride #fashion #elegance

enzoani:

The perfect dress is always in the details #Enzoani #weddings #weddingstyle #bride #fashion #elegance

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everythingsparklywhite:

Dress Wars: Embellished V-Necks

Enzoani (top) or San Patrick (bottom)

Which dress is your favorite?

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my-wedding-dreams:

Enzoani Couture

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myfairytaleeverafter:


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Shamless Plug: Thoughts on Vampire Academy + Chicken Broccoli Crescent Rolls
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Reblog if you’ll PUBLICLY answer anything in your ask right now.
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All I want to do is travel the world, but I’m never going to be financially capable of doing such a thing…

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frankiestark:

Capuchin Catacombs - Palermo, Italy

Originally the catacombs were intended only as a burial place for the dead friars. However, in the following centuries it became a status symbol to be entombed into the Capuchin catacombs. In their wills, local luminaries would ask to be preserved in certain clothes, or even to have their clothes changed at regular intervals. Priests wore their clerical vestments, others were clothed according to the contemporary fashion. Relatives would visit to pray for the deceased and also to maintain the body in presentable condition.

The bodies were dehydrated on the racks of ceramic pipes in the catacombs and sometimes later washed with vinegar. Some of the bodies were embalmed and others enclosed in sealed glass cabinets. Monks were preserved with their everyday clothing and sometimes with ropes they had worn as a penance.

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sixpenceee:

The Catacombs of the Capuchins in Palermo, Sicily, Southern Italy. I got the pictures from here 

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allthingseurope:

Palermo Cathedral, Italy (by til213)

allthingseurope:

Palermo Cathedral, Italy (by til213)

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atraversso:

Santorini - Greece by Jim Nilsen

Please don’t delete the link to the photographers/artists, thanks!

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