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I like pretty things and funny things.
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macbeth continues to fascinate me years and years after reading it, i suppose that’s the mark of a great work.  so may i present the three witches.  there are two reasons why i still think of it often, the first being my teacher who assigned it to us in high school was so into literature and teaching.  she really got us excited about books and that’s quite a feat considering most of us were hyper-privileged and under-enthused.  the second is the work itself, i love the story and all the manipulation.  you can tear macbeth apart over and over and arrive at a different conclusion each time.  who really started all the trouble that night?  was it the witches for informing macbeth he would be king? was it lady macbeth for pushing him to commit the crime? was it macbeth himself?  it’s almost too fun to think about.  i like to think it was the witches though, the personification of evil.  plus, they’re the original mean girls…and who doesn’t love the idea of three women roaming the earth intent on disrupting the lives of mortals?  everybody loves it, perhaps that’s why it’s pops up in so much work across the world. oh my god, macbeth is so good, must read again.1: double double toil and trouble: dress by balmain, shoes by givenchy2: fire burn and cauldron bubble: dress and tattoos by rodarte, shoes by ann demeulemeester3: 98% of the world doesn’t know the rest of that poem: dress by vena cava, boots by balenciaga

Necessary.

textbook:

macbeth continues to fascinate me years and years after reading it, i suppose that’s the mark of a great work.  so may i present the three witches.  there are two reasons why i still think of it often, the first being my teacher who assigned it to us in high school was so into literature and teaching.  she really got us excited about books and that’s quite a feat considering most of us were hyper-privileged and under-enthused.  the second is the work itself, i love the story and all the manipulation.  you can tear macbeth apart over and over and arrive at a different conclusion each time.  who really started all the trouble that night?  was it the witches for informing macbeth he would be king? was it lady macbeth for pushing him to commit the crime? was it macbeth himself?  it’s almost too fun to think about.  i like to think it was the witches though, the personification of evil.  plus, they’re the original mean girls…and who doesn’t love the idea of three women roaming the earth intent on disrupting the lives of mortals?  everybody loves it, perhaps that’s why it’s pops up in so much work across the world. oh my god, macbeth is so good, must read again.
1: double double toil and trouble: dress by balmain, shoes by givenchy
2: fire burn and cauldron bubble: dress and tattoos by rodarte, shoes by ann demeulemeester
3: 98% of the world doesn’t know the rest of that poem: dress by vena cava, boots by balenciaga

Necessary.

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    Necessary.
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    i like the shoes on #2 and then add it to EVERYTHING you did for Lady Macbeth a month ago which was one of my favorites...
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