Every so often you obtain items that are just out of this world and this happened to me twice this week. Firstly, I purchased some full panties from Secrets in Lace (https://www.secretsinlace.eu/index.php/panty-boutique/panties.html) – they refer to them as “Retro Sheer Panty”. I have several pairs of Nancy King’s and similar and the quality does vary but these from SIL are just superb. I bought one of each of the four colours available in “L”: white, black, red and beige. The beige ones were an afterthought. They all turned out to be gorgeous but to my surprise they are all slightly different in that the material is slightly different. So the black and white are very nice, the red kinda wonderful and the beige more gorgeous than gorgeous! I defy any TV to wear a pair of the beige ones for more than five minutes!
Knowing that things don’t last forever I ordered two more pairs of the beige panties. And they are not that expensive.
So secondly, I bought a white fifties blouse. The type with buttons up the back. I really like that type. I mean, what can I say… the Nylon is just so fine and is an instant turn on. It’s double layered as well. I took these photos just now to show you:
The panties in question
This was me a few minutes ago – I am still wearing these undies but underneath a dress (and full slip of course). There is a story about these rather nice panties. I have owned them many years and can’t recall where I got them from but I did buy them new. Maybe in Woolworths… the style gives away the age to some extent. Unfortunately I have been unable to include them in any photo sessions up until now because when I got them home I had to remove a massive label that was fixed directly to the panties, in the middle at the front. Sadly the label left behind a ghastly glue stain that just didn’t want to be removed. I tried everything that I could think of and then gave up. Anyway, just recently I came across them in the back of one of my knickers drawers and wondered if the stain (about 1.5 inches wide by 3 inches high) could be removed using nail varnish remover. I guessed that some kind of spirit might shift it. But no! The stubborn stain resolutely remained! But now the panties were drenched in nail varnish remover so I bunged them in the washing machine. Well, would you believe it, they came out spotless! I am so pleased.
So watch this space!
Chiffon in a suit
I’m wearing this suit as I write this… I do love suits and recently bought another which will appear in due course.
Video updates are now taking place on the first of each month. The latest, today, is called “Chiffon in Fifties Finery” and available from Chiffon’s clip store now. This one features another “new” Fifties dress and petticoat. Rather nice.
I also updated both the Wardrobe and the Boudoir with new items. Check out “Miscellanea” for some new links and a review of the book “Fanny and Stella”.
That’s all for now…
This is one of my favourite dresses of all time. I just posted quite a few photos on the Wardrobe site for your delectation: http://wardrobe.sultryserver.com/
It has actually been taken up by a couple of inches and I’m thinking of letting it down again and wearing it with a suitable length petticoat to add even more flare to the skirt. I think that it could look nice.
Chiffon’s Favourite Peignoir
Another new clip has been added to the clipstore. It’s entitled “My Happiness”. This is definitely one of my favourites and features Chiffon changing out of her skirt, slip and cardigan and into the gorgeous peignoir above. Things get a bit exciting after that!
Anyone for Badders?
The video “Anyone For Badders?” that appears on DVD-3 is now available for download. It features naughty schoolgirl Chiffette who feels more comfortable playing badminton without wearing any panties. The problem is that she gets rather turned on and has to return to the girl’s changing room… Meanwhile, what is Mr Smith the English teacher up to?
This is one of my favourite movies! Don’t miss it! Available from: http://chiffontv.sultryserver.com
You may remember this dress, it was part of the Summer Collection of 2001 or 2002, since removed from the site. I saw it in a charity shop but for some reason didn’t buy it. I couldn’t stop thinking about it though and to my surprise when I returned a couple of months later it was still there. A nice bright dress for the summer.
http://wardrobe.sultryserver.com for the series.