Love the silent consideration of beauty and decadence. Of course, my youth of watching public broadcasting television has taught me that settings like this are 100% murder mysteries.

Love the silent consideration of beauty and decadence. Of course, my youth of watching public broadcasting television has taught me that settings like this are 100% murder mysteries.

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I never know the proper name for this fashion / style, so I just call it… Yes.

I never know the proper name for this fashion / style, so I just call it… Yes.

These paintings are wonderful. Such a sense of decadence, of a lurking wanton world that’s languid, but edging towards an explosion.

artforadults:

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Oh image of decadent and languid sexuality, I love you so.

Oh image of decadent and languid sexuality, I love you so.

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Apparently need to watch this movie. I’m a fan of period decadence.

effyeahcostumes:

L’apollonide (2011) 

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An image that’s made me wonder if the difference between “decadent" and "trashy" is the same as the difference between "eccentric" and "batshit crazy.” It’s just the trappings, and the money involved.
That said, I’m in favor of all four categories, really.

An image that’s made me wonder if the difference between “decadent" and "trashy" is the same as the difference between "eccentric" and "batshit crazy.” It’s just the trappings, and the money involved.

That said, I’m in favor of all four categories, really.

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Ahh! The colors!

f-l-e-u-r-d-e-l-y-s:

Sun Li by Kai Z Feng for Vogue China Collection Fall 2012

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A level of languid decadence to which I’ve spent my whole life aspiring.

A level of languid decadence to which I’ve spent my whole life aspiring.

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Love this combination of innocence, decadence, and roller skates. 
pussylequeer:

Dazed & Confused by Jeff Bark, April 2012

Love this combination of innocence, decadence, and roller skates.

pussylequeer:

Dazed & Confused by Jeff Bark, April 2012

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Tin siding and ragged fashion, and it’s firing on all my decadence cylinders.

Tin siding and ragged fashion, and it’s firing on all my decadence cylinders.

I had this image as my computer background for about two months. The opulence of the room, the woman’s wistful expression, and her beautiful body… it all adds up to decadence with an allure that cannot be denied.

I had this image as my computer background for about two months. The opulence of the room, the woman’s wistful expression, and her beautiful body… it all adds up to decadence with an allure that cannot be denied.

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I never know what to call this particular look. It pleasantly reeks of decadence for me. The Victorian Brothel Parlor Look, maybe?

I never know what to call this particular look. It pleasantly reeks of decadence for me. The Victorian Brothel Parlor Look, maybe?

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Whew! There! I can breathe again. For a moment the last picture on my blog was two penises (penii?) and my world was topsy turvy. Above is a breath of fresh air, exactly the sort of thing I’m hoping to see when I’m walking through every doorway, and it’s fun to amuse oneself by wondering what sounds that necklace would make during sex.
spinningbirdkick:

Steve Lyon / Treats! Magazine #2 Fall 2011.

Whew! There! I can breathe again. For a moment the last picture on my blog was two penises (penii?) and my world was topsy turvy. Above is a breath of fresh air, exactly the sort of thing I’m hoping to see when I’m walking through every doorway, and it’s fun to amuse oneself by wondering what sounds that necklace would make during sex.

spinningbirdkick:

Steve Lyon / Treats! Magazine #2 Fall 2011.

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For whatever reason (insanity, sanity, perversion) I’ve always linked long stockings and outfits like this one with decadence and debauchery. I mean, really, it’s a fairly innocent outfit. And yet… my mind goes into overdrive. Oh well, and yayyy!
moldavia:

Iseline Steiro in Vogue Nippon March 2006 by Corinne Day

For whatever reason (insanity, sanity, perversion) I’ve always linked long stockings and outfits like this one with decadence and debauchery. I mean, really, it’s a fairly innocent outfit. And yet… my mind goes into overdrive. Oh well, and yayyy!

moldavia:

Iseline Steiro in Vogue Nippon March 2006 by Corinne Day

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Dreamy quality for a lost girl. She seems incredibly feminine.

Dreamy quality for a lost girl. She seems incredibly feminine.

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