“You can’t always get what you want”

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Alice + Olivia Elenora Indigo Poet Sleeve Flare Dress

Following in the immortal words of the Rolling Stones — dievca can’t wear shift dresses. she desperately tries and tries, but it’s a disaster with a capital “D”.
Too many curves.

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Though dievca desires the Alica + Olivia Elenora Dress (above), she opted for the Alice + Olivia Dora Dress.

So? Shift or Flare for you or yours?

And a little Stones to get your morning Rolling….yep, she did just say that~

(Rolling Stones – You can’t always get what you want live 1973)


12 Comments on ““You can’t always get what you want””

  1. Ha…. there’s no such thing as “too many curves”. 😀

  2. I always thought having more curves would be cool but I guess there are advantages of having hardly any too 😀

  3. esther says:

    shift dresses hang like a sack on me…frumpy. i like more body defining clothes. xx

  4. zaychishka says:

    I love both styles, flair and shift ( I also agree that there’s no such thing as too many curves ) .: but a good chunk of dresses in my closet are shift and tight fitting

  5. Pelelotus says:

    How about wearing one just for Master. Sure he won’t object to the curves in display. X

    • dievca says:

      Shift dress on dievca: Top too large, bottom too small and no waist definition. Bad Combo. I have a couple of shift dresses with stretch and had the tailor take them in for me.


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