The main reason that I love this film is that Cathy wears the most gorgeous red satin dress in an earlier scene. It’s a pity there isn’t more of it but she does wear other nice clothes as the film progresses. We don’t see nearly enough of the “Culottes” either but there are some nice suspender shots.
I have no idea what the film is about!
Top Ten so far:
Number 1: La Rabatteuse – Bridget Lahaie
Number 2: Fantasmes de Femmes – Cathy Ménard
Number 3: Parfums de Lingeries Intimes – Laurent Bouttin
Number 4: Blue Murder at St Trinians – Sabrina
Number 5: Liaisons Coupables – Chris Lerique
Number 6: Les Culottes de Charlotte – Cathy Ménard
A few more lovely dresses to share with you that I found on the web. These require no comment from me except for “Wow!”. But I will comment on the first one. I love that shot and will be doing my best to replicate it soon! I don’t actually own a proper nurses uniform but will find something… I do own a “dressing up” nurses uniform, a silly little thing, which will feature on the Boudoir site soon.
That’s it for now!
Just to let you know that I added a few more pics of my brown flowery fifties dress to http://wardrobe.sultryserver.com
Here are a few extras that I retrieved from the cutting room floor:
This is the real deal – a genuine Fifties item. You don’t get Nylon like this anymore; it is indescribably smooth and silky.
I had a most unusual experience in a large UK market town the other day. I completely failed to find a single interesting item of clothing in any charity shop! I was actually looking for a white blouse to go with some new skirts but found nothing remotely slinky or stylish.
So I resorted to the normal High Street stores and couldn’t believe how drab the fashions were. Is it the time of year? Is it always like this after the summer?
In the end I found a vaguely slinky blouse in H&M for 14.99 having wasted my time in all the other stores. It was a last resort but is okay.
It does go well with the skirts, especially my pin-striped business skirt. Not that I bought it to go with that skirt!
H&M Blouse with tie
I hope that things improve…
All for now,
Well… I was back in the aforementioned high-rise city, at the airport in the Premium lounge, having dinner and looking idly out of the window when I realised that I could see the reflection of the corridor behind. It was dark, or is dark, as this was about an hour ago. Suddenly an apparition floated by in a full length chiffon skirt. It was very full and billowed like crazy. In a second she was gone. So I finished up and followed her route into the other bit of the lounge and she was nowhere to be seen. Oh well, sit down, have a beer and do a blog entry about the experience…
So here are a few gorgeous skirts that remind me of her:
Would you believe it, she just appeared out of nowhere as I uploaded that photo! OK, not floor length, and not yellow, but it was a reflection in a window. Kind of white and just above the ankle. I don’t think that I’m gonna sneak a pic…
Let’s have a few more:
Number Six… Mmm…
I might be looking out for maxi chiffon skirts next time I’m out shopping!
As this will be the last blog entry before the summer recess I thought that I’d share a couple of sweater girls with you. Lovely!
She just does it for me.
Well, enjoy your summer and see you later…
It really is a strange thing to be obsessed with lady’s clothing don’t you think? Quite bizarre.
And to want to be the lady wearing the sexy outfit…
To be her…
Many people make the mistake of assuming that transvestites are gay but I believe that the opposite is the case. TVs are obsessed with women, not men. Over obsessed!
I guess that we are all into different things when it comes to clothing. We often see trannies dressed up like tarts. That does nothing for me although the gal below will always be an exception…
The lovely Amy – still lovely but she has become a little podgy of late.
I prefer a bit of class. The sophisticated lady about town in a nice dress or skirt. Wearing stockings preferably but not always.
I love this look
And this great look
And sometimes one can get excited about just a glimpse of a garment. Let’s theorize about the skirt below. For me, it needs to be full length, a maxi-skirt, but who knows?
And occasionally you come across something that just makes you sigh, such as the dress worn by the leggy girl on the left in the photo below. Mmm… gorgeous.
As I mentioned before, I recently bought two opposite polka-dot skirts; one black with white dots and one white with black dots. They are mid-length with a transparent bottom half and rather sexy. I had been agonizing over which tops to wear with them but then came across the photo below.
Sorted! Fortunately I do have black and white polo-neck sweaters. So that’s the next photo shoot when I get the opportunity.
All for now,
I was having breakfast in a nice hotel in a high-rise city far away a few weeks ago when a vision of loveliness passed before me. A lady, aged about 30, breezed in wearing a long pleated maxi-skirt. Not just any old skirt. It was very colourful with red flowers, but most striking were the pleats. This was a skirt with stiff pleats. You see them around these days. I’m not sure what the type of pleat is called but it might be “box pleat”. Maybe someone can advise me on that. The stiffness of the material gives this type of skirt a fabulous look. It wasn’t the only stiff thing in the room I can tell you.
I’ve trawled the internet trying to find that skirt but have failed. This one (below) is very similar but the wrong colour:
I love the shape…
So, imagine it in red, like the one below:
Medium length version in red.
My lovely lady was wearing a red top with the skirt, possibly a short cardie. It was quite tight and showed off her ample breasts… mmm… Just the thought…
Here are some other examples of skirts with stiff pleats:
A short one
So if anyone finds a long red one with flowers for sale somewhere then please let me know. The closest I have at the moment in my wardrobe is this black one that has been featured on http://wardrobe.sultryserver.com recently.
One of my favourite skirts
All for now,