dievca has been on the search for a simple unlined full-cup bra. This Agent Provocateur “Lucky” Bra looks like a possibility – you can get it lined or unlined. The only problem is the bottoms don’t look super practical for larger bodies.
Enjoy the Fireworks in Fleur du Mal‘s Pink Lemonade Superstar Bra!
A garter belt and thong are also available (click the photo).
That pink lemonade sounds good, right now, to beat the heat. XO
Ebba by Dora Larsen
Sky Blue and Earth.
Something fun for Presenting in Spring!
At the moment, dievca is feeling more positive about her back rather than the front.
Bordelle lingerie might help highlight the area!
Flash the headlights is a slang expression meaning to expose one’s bare breasts.
The phrase is a variation of the colloquial term flash, meaning to expose an area of the body that’s normally covered up. The word headlights is typically used as a slang term for breasts, because they are round and often pale colored, like a car’s headlights.
A woman must completely expose her breasts, including her nipples, to flash the headlights. Some believe only a whole breast can be classed as a headlight, while others feel the term headlights referred to nipples.
When people drive they flash their automobile headlights to gain the attention of oncoming traffic. A woman typically flashes her headlights to get attention, too. She may be looking to hail a particular person or any passers-by.
Hmm, the bra above must be the Modest Version of Flash the Headlights or it can work in the dark!
Costume jewelry is not made to give women an aura of wealth, but to make them beautiful.
Jewelry takes people’s minds off your wrinkles.
“I ain’t exactly the Fleur du Mal or Agent Provocateur type. I like a friendly bra, not one that intimidates.”
dievca read a great article about how long you should keep your bras. It made her laugh.
An intimate look at our worst intimates.
(click top line for the link to the article)
dievca’s daily favorite bra?
Master’s favorite bra:
Not quite comfortable for daily use. 😘
For she doth make my veins and pulses tremble.”
― Dante Alighieri, The Divine Comedy
London-based designer Rosh Mahtani read French and Italian at Oxford University before establishing Alighieri, and it’s her studies of Dante’s ‘Divine Comedy’ that the brand takes its name from and that inspires her collections.
- Clasp fastening at back
- Freshwater pearls: Singapore
- Made in England
You know dievca likes matching lingerie…
Don’t you wonder what the bottoms look like?