Sometimes You are Ready: Dreaming of a new Play Collar and Lead

BDSM leans towards black leather, studs, locks
– serious accouterments.

Master and dievca came at dievca’s presentation and their playing with a more lighthearted approach. Colorful or embellished Play Collars, elegant chokers for Presentation in public.

Black Leather and Rhinestone Play Collar


Master and dievca have beautiful play collars and leads:

Sometimes you just need a plain black collar for Presentation.
(Are you seeing a theme with the combat boots? What is up with dievca?)

It has been years since dievca has treated Master and herself to a new (and more durable) black play collar. Master happily approved of her plan. So, she’s started her search with:

LEATHER COLLAR IN BLACK (1.625″)

$75.00
Hand crafted in premium genuine leather, this simple and elegant leather collar design is both comfortable and durable.
1.625 inches (41mm) thick. Fits neck sizes up to 16 inches (41cm). Includes a retainer pin, but can be locked with a small padlock (sold separately).

Each collar is hand-made from premium quality double-back belting leather, and then lined with a padded, ultra-soft hand-bag leather. The edges are folded for maximum comfort and sewn with oversized nylon thread for superb durability. The retaining pin is designed to fit a small padlock (not included $18.00).

Matching Lead is $55.00

WWW.ETERNITYCOLLARS.COM

If you have a suggestion for a black play collar, dievca would love to hear about it!


Preparation

√ Waxxed
√ Exfoliated
√ Washed
√ Body Lotion
√ Deoderant
√ Hair Product
√ Air Dryed Curls
√ Nail Polish
√ Facial Cream
√ Cat Eyes
√ Bold Red Lips
Vivienne Westwood Heels
√ Master’s Collar

READY!


Be Careful!

But maybe you want that Black Cat to cross your path….hmmm?


Happy Friday the 13th!
May you have a very LUCKY day 🖤🖤🖤


lppl

Photo: Robert Mapplethorpe, Milton Moore 1981

dievca received a text by accident and it said, “Lppl”.

she texted back….no answer.

Of course she had no idea what it meant,
so she looked the acronym up and found:

LUM PAH PAH LAN

A Hokkien term describing a person on which a plan or action has backfired.  The literal translation is “the testicles hitting the penis”.  The rhythm of the phrase suggests a ricocheting action, a surprising elegant touch, in such a rude phrase. (from the Coxford Singlish Dictionary with a similar definition from the Urban Dictionary)

dievca is guessing it is like SNAFU, or FUBAR

With lppl, she liked the idea of the cock rhythm visual,
but she would prefer Master watching
while she created her own rhythm with this:

Bruce LaBruce Danko Jones Legs Videostill

Have to be flexible or curl your legs around someone’s a**.

Hokkien /hɒˈkiɛn/ (from Chinese: 福建話; pinyin: Fújiànhuà; Pe̍h-ōe-jī: Hok-kiàn-oē) or Minnan Proper (閩南語/閩南話), is a Southern Min dialect group spoken throughout Southern part of Fujian Province in Southeastern China, Taiwan and Southeast Asia, and by other overseas Chinese. (Wikipedia)


It’s Monday and I have “Friday on My Mind”

“Friday On My Mind”
Monday mornin’ feels so bad
Ev’rybody seems to nag me
Comin’ Tuesday I feel better
Even my old man looks good
Wed’sday just don’t go
Thursday goes too slow
I’ve got Friday on my mind

Gonna have fun in the city
Be with my girl, she’s so pretty
She looks fine tonight
She is out of sight to me
Tonight I’ll spend my bread, tonight
I’ll lose my head, tonight
I’ve got to get to night
Monday I’ll have Friday on my mind

Do the five day grind once more
I know of nothin’ else that bugs me
More than workin’ for the rich man
Hey! I’ll change that scene one day
Today I might be mad, tomorrow I’ll be glad
Cause I’ll have Friday on my mind

Gonna have fun in the city
Be with my girl, she’s so pretty
She looks fine tonight
She is out of sight to me
Tonight I’ll spend my bread, tonight
I’ll lose my head, tonight
I’ve got to get to night
Monday I’ll have Friday on my mind

Gonna have fun in the city
Be with my girl, she’s so pretty
I’m gonna have fun in the city
Be with my girl, she’s so pretty

 

Songwriters: George Redburn Young / Harry Vanda
Friday On My Mind lyrics © Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC
The David Bowie version (click here)
or Bruce Springsteen (click here)
or Gary Moore (click here)

This was dievca last Monday –
– and her anticipation was worth the wait.

May your anticipation be worth the wait! XO


Your own twist…

To present for Master at the Standard Hotel.
Interesting idea.

Photo: Listed as "Kate - the Standard"

négligée (lingerie)

négligée is a light dressing gown. It is usually floor length, though it can be knee length as well.

The negligee or négligée, from the French: négligé, literally meaning “neglected”, known in French as déshabillé, is a form of see-through clothing for women consisting of a sheer usually long dressing gown. It is a form of nightgown intended for wear at night and in the bedroom. It was introduced in France in the 18th century, where it mimicked the heavy head-to-toe style of women’s day dresses of the time.

By the 1920s, the negligee began to resemble women’s satin single-layer evening dress of the period. The term “negligee” was used on a Royal Doulton run of ceramic figurines in 1927, showing women wearing what appears to be a one-piece knee-length silk or rayon slip, trimmed with lace.

 

Although the evening-dresses style of nightwear made moves towards the modern negligee style—translucent bodices, lace trimming, bows, exemplified in 1941 by a photo of Rita Hayworth in Life Magazine—it was only after World War II that nightwear changed from being primarily utilitarian to being primarily sensual or even erotic; the negligee emerged strongly as a form of lingerie.

Modern negligees are often much looser and made of sheer and diaphanous fabrics and trimmed with lace or other fine material, and bows. Multiple layers of fabric are often used. The modern negligee thus perhaps owes more to women’s fine bedjackets or bed-capes, and up-market slips than to the nightgown. It spread to a mass market, benefitting from the introduction of cheap synthetic fabrics such as nylon and its finer successors (silk). From the 1940s to the 1970s, the trend was for negligees to become shorter in length (e.g. the babydoll of the 1970s). Negligees made from the 1940s to the 1970s are now collectible vintage items.

dievca usually thinks of a négligée as a very light see-thru robe (dressing gown), but it looks like the definition can include what dievca defines as “night gowns”. In photos, Rita Hayworth had robes and gown style options.

BTW -who wouldn’t want her lingerie collection. Amazing!

Wikipedia, Merriam-Webster