Romwe is selling shirts with warbonnets printed on it but it’s called the European Headwear Print Shirt? just… wat.

purrsz:

His designs never cease to amaze me ~ Jean Paul Gaultier. 

Oh, Gaultier. This would be tremendous without the war bonnet fuckery.

purrsz:

His designs never cease to amaze me ~ Jean Paul Gaultier. 

Oh, Gaultier. This would be tremendous without the war bonnet fuckery.

what is this crap and why is it in the native american tag?

what is this crap and why is it in the native american tag?

A lot of people ask me “Can I wear this if it’s native-made?” and I’m gonna have to be a bit of a queen and get on my high-horse for a second. I mean I’m always a bit of a queen but… You know.

Okay here’s the deal: moderation is key.

I mean I’m all for fashion over practicality but seriously there’s a limit. Here, let me give you an example of an outfit that would be appropriate, stylish, and practical:

  • This scarf over just a black or white blouse or dress from your closet… A nice black or white skirt or pair of slacks (depending on your choice of colours and whether you’re wearing a dress or a skirt) and I dunno… These moccasins in black or some jet black heels. Add some sliver earrings… Right?

I mean that took me five minutes to pick out.

Like, here’s the thing, if you want to dress up like you’re a vulture that fell into the Urban Outfitters reject bin because you’re covered in so many feathers in a disheveled mess of homogenising accessories…  Don’t associate your terrible fashion sense with my race.

—Digatisdi

Apparently Teen Vogue wants girls to have “Navajo” nails.

Apparently somebody missed the memo that the Navajo Nation isn’t too keen on their name being used on BS like this.

kodilane:

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"real native american"
wow fuck you.

kodilane:

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"real native american"

wow fuck you.