Wednesday, September 29, 2010

Fashion Relief...

...just not to be so serious and remember I used to have a job, a long, long time ago now...
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This is nice, Dolce Gabbana.  Below the knee - very pretty.  Throw on a little sweater, she could get into St. Peter's in the 1950's.
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Photo credit: Sartorialist

13 comments:

  1. Very elegant.
    Miss Cathy, perhaps:<)?!

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  2. It looks like a tight, sleeveless surplice.

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  3. Not for anyone with hips, alas.
    One would, I think, have to hobble into St Peter's.

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  4. What do you suppose the body-mass index of those two women are?

    Back in the olden days, I'm afraid they wouldn't have been much good for milking cows, chopping firewood, hoeing the garden and washing the dungarees with a washboard and lye soap, not to mention nursing a dozen babies.

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  5. I meant this for another blog of mine - but I will leave it up here.

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  6. Oh Thom, you goofball!!:<P----!!

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  7. I think the model in the back forgot to put on her dress...

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  8. skinny people need love too. very lovely.

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  9. Yeah, she's beautiful and lovely...
    it's a good thing to admire beauty...both the feminine and masculine...no sin...as long as you're not planning to "whatever"...:<P!.
    And my word verification was: imple.
    Which is near to "impale"...and that is wrong, wrong, wrong!!

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  10. Walking the cobblestones at St Peter's in those stilettos would be a total bitch...

    But at least she has an adequate kick pleat to let her walk up stairs, and kneel..

    I just LOVE her bag...

    Sara

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  11. Very tasetful! Looks like she needsd a good meal though.

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  12. Very beautiful.feminine and elegant,really nice!

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  13. I noticed that Calvin Klein has also introduced similar lines ... I delight in seeing this!

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