Inner Monologue Problems

Katy. 27. British.

Fandoms: Whatever I feel like at the time.

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Padmé Amidala’s Wardrobe→ Peasant Dress

Padmé Amidala wore the simple clothing of a farm girl, comprising a rough, blue blouse with full sleeves, with gray, rough-spun wrist bindings to keep out sand. This same fabric is used to make the smaller overshirt which reached down below her waist. This was tied with a blue belt inset by a red glass jewel of little value. Her billowy pants were black, as were her plain walking boots. Her hair was braided, with a braid traveling around the back of her head, a bun within the ring, and the rest of the braids running down her back to her waist.


There are things I cannot do. I cannot watch while people suffer, I cannot sit when something must be done, I cannot judge those who are different. There are things I cannot do. Run, hide, ignore. There are things I cannot do. But there are certainly things I will do. [x]

There are things I cannot do. I cannot watch while people suffer, I cannot sit when something must be done, I cannot judge those who are different. There are things I cannot do. Run, hide, ignore. There are things I cannot do. But there are certainly things I will do. [x]

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