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The Evermore Grimoire: Powers
Telekinesis is the power to move objects as well as individuals with the mind. It can be channeled through the eyes or hands, the latter being the most common way to use the power. This is one of the most common yet most versatile powers possessed by magical beings, be they good, evil or neutral. The strength of telekinesis also varies depending on the strength and skill of users. A lot of practice and concentration will improve the precision and accuracy as well as the distance that objects or beings can be moved. 
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evermore-fashion · a day ago
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Chotronette ‘Royal Icing’ Gown
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evermore-fashion · 2 days ago
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Chotronette ‘Golden Armour’ Gown
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evermore-fashion · 4 days ago
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HAPPY THURSDAY EVERYONE!  I’m proud to announce that my sister blog The Evermore Grimoire is officially up and running with my first post waiting to spread it’s wings across Tumblr in the next hour or so. I hope you guys like my other blog as well as the content I will be creating in between all the fashion I post on here as well. I won’t lie that I’m both nervous and excited to see where this side project goes when it comes to posting something other than fashion. 
Anyway Just like before (when I was creating content for Evermore-Myths) I will be temporarily reblogging my posts on here as I have a much large following that I feel will help give me a signal boost to get things off the ground etc. All in all enjoy this new little adventure everyone and don’t worry, Evermore Fashion will always come first as the world of fashion never stays quiet for long these days. xXx
✨~Introduction~✨
~Welcome to The Evermore Grimoire~ 
This blog dedicated to the world of mysticism and magic that has been bought to life through various works of fiction over the years. Here you will find a plethora of mythical beings and creatures as well as learn about magical powers, potions and spells from various magical realms. Some you might’ve encountered on your travels across the internet and through your own love of the supernatural world and some you might never have heard of before. 
I hope you enjoy visiting The Evermore Grimoire and decide to keep an eye on this blog to see what mythical mayhem gets shared with the world on a regular basis. If there’s something you’d like to share then feel free to drop me a message with your request and I will see what I can uncover and bring to life. However please be aware that The Evermore Grimoire’s older sister Evermore Fashion sometimes takes up more of my time so I may be gone for small periods of time. Regardless though, this blog will not stay quiet for long as there’s simply too much magic out there in the big wide world to be ignored. “And above all, watch with glittering eyes the whole world around you because the greatest secrets are always hidden in the most unlikely places. Those who don’t believe in magic will never find it.” - Roald Dahl. Blessed Be. ✨
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evermore-fashion · 5 days ago
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Favourite Designs: Teuta Matoshi ‘Butterfly Sea Breeze’ Gown
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evermore-fashion · 7 days ago
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The Nereids (Νηρεις meaning ‘Daughters of Nereus’) were the fifty sea-nymph daughters of the ‘Old Man of the Sea’ Nereus in Greek mythology. They were goddesses of the sea's rich bounty and protectors of sailors and fishermen, coming to the aid of those in distress. Individually they represented various facets of the sea from the salty brine, to the sea foam, sand, rocks, waves and currents, as well as the various skills possessed by seamen. The Nereides symbolised everything that was beautiful and kind about the sea and their voices sang as they danced around their father in their home at the bottom of the Aegean Sea. The most notable of the Nereids were Thetis (goddess of the sea) and Amphitrite (queen of the sea) who was also married to Poseidon (god of the sea). (Zuhair Murad Spring 2022 Haute Couture Collection)
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evermore-fashion · 8 days ago
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Naides (Ναιας meaning ‘to flow’) were the nymphs of rivers, streams, lakes, marshes, fountains and springs in Greek mythology. In many myths Naiades were the wives of kings and hold a prominent place in the royal genealogies. Others, such as the beautiful daughters of the River Asopos, were loved by the gods. They often gave their names to towns, cities and islands, and as such were surely regarded as the goddess-protectors of a settlement's main water supply such as a spring, fountain, or wells. In conjunction with Artemis (goddess of the hunt) they were also nurses of the young and the protectors of girls, overseeing their safe passage into adulthood. (Zuhair Murad Spring 2022 Haute Couture Collection)
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evermore-fashion · 9 days ago
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Dryades (Δρυας meaning ‘Of the Tree or Oak’) were the nymphs of the trees, groves, woodlands and mountain forests in Greek mythology. Like all nymphs, were supernaturally long-lived and tied to their homes, but some were a step beyond most nymphs. These were known as The Hamadryads (nymphs of oak & poplar trees) who were an integral part of their trees, such that if the tree died, the nymph associated with it died as well. For these reasons, dryads and the Greek gods punished any mortals who harmed trees without first propitiating the tree-nymphs There were several types of Dryades associated with particular trees The Meliai (nymphs of the ash-tree), The Oreiades (nymphs of the mountain conifer), The Maliades (nymphs of the apple) and The Daphnaie (nymphs of laurel trees). (Elie Saab Spring 2020 Haute Couture Collection)
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evermore-fashion · 9 days ago
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UPDATE: I am officially working on The Evermore Grimoire Tumblr page. However I will be taking my time with it as Evermore Fashion always comes first. Also if you see a reply in the comments on here under The Evermores thats me, it’s part of the change going on thats linked to my empty primary blog. Once everything is set up and ready to go I will make a proper post/announcement about all the changes on here.
All I can say for now is I hope you all like my expansion project to help keep my little Evermore blog group going in the long run. Also if anyone has any ideas they’d like for me to include on my online grimoire feel free to either drop me a message or comment below.  Have a great Saturday everyone! 
Expanding Evermore...
So after deciding to go back to my mythology posts (one of which will be unveiled in an hour) I had a random brainwave whilst at work that I can’t get out of my head. As you all know I had a side blog called Evermore Myths that I abandoned and instead blended into Evermore Fashion when it came to mythology and fashion. At the time I didn’t think it would take off like it did and yesterday reaffirmed that you guys still love those posts alongside my regular fashion posts. It got me thinking about what else I love alongside fashion and mythology and well I love all things fantasy and supernatural. 
I grew up watching shows like Buffy and Charmed as well as falling in love with the MCU in more recent years. Basically if it’s a fantasy themed film or TV show then I will watch it even if it turns out to be hot pile of garbage. Anyway this brings me to my idea (finally) about doing a blog that revolves around the supernatural in the shape of a grimoire (book of shadows). The posts themselves would be in the same vein as my mythology posts but with one difference…there’d be no fashion involved. Instead the posts would be aesthetic in style about supernatural beings, creatures, powers and dare I even attempt it… spells.
Currently the working title I have is ‘The Evermore Grimoire’ which would take over my old Evermore Myths blog that I still haven’t deleted out of sheer laziness. I’d be taking inspiration from those shows and films I grew up on as well as others including the worlds of Marvel and DC. Obviously this blog won’t be created over night as I need to ask Tumblr to allow Javascript on my old blog before I change it all as well as research potential posts in-between posting here on Evermore Fashion at the same time. 
So do you think I’m mad or are you guys liking this idea? 🤔
Feel free to drop me a comment below and let me know your thoughts and feelings on all this. I won’t be offended if you guys think this idea is all kinds of wrong. 😂
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evermore-fashion · 10 days ago
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The Hesperides (Ἑσπερίδες meaning ‘Daughters of the Evening’) were the goddess nymphs of evening and the golden light of sunsets Greek mythology. It was thought that there were three Hesperides, although some sources name four or seven. They were responsible for taking care of a garden in the western end of the world, near the Atlas mountains in Africa. The so called ‘Garden of the Hesperides’ belonged to the goddess Hera (queen of the gods), in which there was a grove of apple trees that bore golden apples. The golden apples were believed to give immortality to anyone who consumed them. Not trusting The Hesperides to guard the apple trees on their own, Hera placed a hundred headed dragon named Ladon in the grove to always keep watch. (Elie Saab Spring 2017 Haute Couture Collection)
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evermore-fashion · 11 days ago
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The Hyades (Ὑάδες meaning ‘rain-makers’) were nymphs of the five stars of the constellation Hyades and daughters of the heavens-bearing Titan Atlas in Greek mythology. According to the myth, after their brother Hyas was killed by a lion their immense grief brought rain to earth. This eventually led to the nymphs being transformed into a constellation of the same name. The setting of their constellation in November marks the start of the rainy season in Greece and from this the nymphs were named ‘The Rainy Ones.’ The Hyades were also sisters to The Pleiades (nymphs of the mountains) and The Hesperides (nymphs of the evening). (Elie Saab Spring 2017 Haute Couture Collection)
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evermore-fashion · 12 days ago
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Mythology List (May 2022)
Here’s an updated list in regards to my mythology series that I stopped working on around January/February time. All the new goddesses are highlighted in bold. They won’t be individually linked as I simply can’t be bothered to go through each and every one with a link. Instead there is a link to what mythology they fall under at the top of their category. 😊 African Mythology Ọya Yemọja Aztec Mythology Coyolxāuhqui Xochiquetza Metztli Brazilian Mythology Iara Celtic Mythology Branwen Brigid Caer Ibormeith The Banshee The Morrigan Rhiannon Chinese Mythology Chang’e Dian Mu Mazu Jiutian Xuann Egyptian Mythology Bast Hathor Ma’at Mut Nut Isis Sekhmet Serket Finnish Mythology Louhi Ilmatar Mielikki Päivätär & Kuutar Kalma Vellamo Greek Mythology Amphitrite Aphrodite Artemis Asteria Athena Bia Circe Demeter Eirene Enyo Eos Eris Eurybia Gaia Hebe Hecate Hemera Hera Iris Khione Medusa Melinoe Nymphs Nyx Pasithea Persephone Philotes Psyche Selene Themis Urania Hawaiian Mythology Nāmaka Pele Hindu Mythology Durga Japanese Mythology Amaterasu Omikami Izanami Jewish Mythology Lilith Lithuanian Mythology Milda Mesopotamian Mythology Inanna Norse Mythology Freya Frigg Hel Lofn Loki Nanna Nótt Rán Sif Sigyn Skaði Roman Mythology Diana Juno Luna Venus Vesta Slavic Mythology Morena World Mythology Fairies Mermaids Mrs. Claus Succubus Vampires
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evermore-fashion · 12 days ago
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Mythology Series
So who wants to see me attempt to revive my mythology series? I haven’t touched it since January after feeling burnt out from finding very little info on the lesser known goddesses from other mythologies. Now that the fashion world has fallen silent and boring again I thought it might be a good time to give it a whirl again. Anyway feel to drop me a comment or two to let me know before I start researching and posting goddesses from all walks of life again. 😊
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evermore-fashion · 14 days ago
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Blini Fashion House ‘Sapphire’ Haute Couture Collection
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evermore-fashion · 15 days ago
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Tony Ward ‘Where is Aphrodite?’ Fall 2022 Ready-to-Wear Collection
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evermore-fashion · 15 days ago
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are you aware of this news (Ralph Lauren cape worn by alicia keys @ met was plagiarised) ?
I wasn't aware of the plagiarism until you sent me this message and I won't lie I can see why it's caught the attention of a lot of people. Firstly I'm not a fan of Ralph Lauren, his designs have simply never caught my eye despite how famous he and his brand are. Secondly it doesn't surprise me that he's also plagiarised a lesser known designer's design especially when you compare Ralph’s cape design to Zang Toi's which I had no idea there was both a black and white version. Thirdly Zang's New York cape is clearly the superior design in detail especially when you read about his personal inspiration behind it.
Sadly some more well known designers and brands can be ruthless bastards in the fashion industry and don't care about those trying to reach their level of fame authentically. Oddly enough this story reminds me of Shein who are well known for ripping off smaller designers and passing of their designs as their own. What makes it worse is that they don't seem to care either and keep doing it just so they can keep making a profit.
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evermore-fashion · 16 days ago
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Miss Sohee Fall 2022 Haute Couture Collection 
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