MK with Spencer Pratt and her first bf Max Winkler

MK with Spencer Pratt and her first bf Max Winkler


Drawing of Mary-Kate Olsen by Taji Joseph (submission)

it’s ashley - still, thank you though, it’s a wonderful drawing

Drawing of Mary-Kate Olsen by Taji Joseph (submission)

it’s ashley - still, thank you though, it’s a wonderful drawing

Anonymous asked: I love & am inspired by the Olsens' style, and & I know you are too, but I wondered if there are any trends/looks that you don't get or that don't quite work for you. I've noticed in some pics that MK is wearing one earring, for instance, & while it's so cool that she's confident enough to do that, it looks odd to me. LOVE your blog by the way, so so cool to know the labels! Makes all the difference! Thanks!

They can work anything, yes. You know what, I’m as tiny as they are, and being tiny often makes a lot of things work. Not always, of course, but often. And I’m confident and used to being the one with the quirky clothes, so I don’t really think about if things work or not. And anyways, who cares is you don’t make something work 100 % as long as you wanna wear it and think it’s cool? Fashion doesn’t always have to “work”. Wear that one earring and be confident, then I promise it will work for you too. And thank you so much! X.

29th July, TuesdayReblog

What It Was Like Growing Up With Mary-Kate And Ashley Olsen ↘

oh god yes

so happy to be of the mk and ash generation

28th July, MondayReblog

"Now, to this day I still can’t tell them apart. Sometimes I used to write ‘M’ and ‘A’ on their foreheads when they weren’t looking… This is really a famous picture. I remember we were doing a photo shoot with the whole cast and the photographer — it was Annie Leibovitz — and she said, ‘John, why don’t you take your shirt off, we’ll get a blanket and you’ll hold one of the twins.’ And that’s where these came from. Couldn’t do that nowadays…" - John Stamos

"Now, to this day I still can’t tell them apart. Sometimes I used to write ‘M’ and ‘A’ on their foreheads when they weren’t looking… This is really a famous picture. I remember we were doing a photo shoot with the whole cast and the photographer — it was Annie Leibovitz — and she said, ‘John, why don’t you take your shirt off, we’ll get a blanket and you’ll hold one of the twins.’ And that’s where these came from. Couldn’t do that nowadays…" - John Stamos