only 6 rules: 1 - ask for parents' blessing. 2 - make it a complete surprise. 3 - use full name. 4 - get down on one knee. 5 - have somebody catch it on camera. 6 - make sure nails are done!
Marilyn Monroe photographed in New York by Sam Shaw,1957
Marilyn Monroe. I love how she's not super smiley. We forget that she struggled a lot with depression, and here we see a bit of the real Monroe.
Marilyn photographed by Carl Perutz, 1958.
Marilyn Monroe with a Russian Blue. This picture makes me smile. That kitty looks just like my kitty Barbie. ( =
I believe dogs are better than people. I believe that laughing cures almost anything. I believe in red lipstick. I believe that how a person handles tangled Christmas lights says a lot about their character. And I believe in miracles, always.
Monroe leans over a railing, her short-shorts riding up. Four years later, she'd show off those legs again in the now-legendary subway-grate scene in The Seven Year Itch.
Bubbles baths! The perfect weekend treat!! Marilyn Monroe at Hotel Bel-Air, #LA 1953
Outdoor wedding dress
Marilyn and her chihuahua