dievca’s Dolce and Gabbana
100% silk georgette scarve in black,
gets a lot of use:
Plus, its very elegant!
Cage-like woven sandal with a 3″ heel,
elasticized ankle slingback and long leather strap for wrapping at the ankle.
Available in electric blue, flame and lime leather.
dievca went with flame for ladylike presenting for Master.
You know how top “search” words pop up for review on your WordPress Administration page? The search term:
horny women lift the skirt
came across dievca’s page.
A fascinating search link as dievca’s Master is really not interested in seeing His dievca lift her skirt in public. He prefers her to look Ladylike and presentable — showing off some lovely plumage against the backdrop of His simple and clean-lined clothing.
dievca does thinks He would be more intrigued by a unintentially skirt lift:
she can safely say that, at home, He is very interested in the subtle skirt lift:
And also a blatant “horny women lift the skirt”…
~tangible and intangible~
The Russian photographer Lovec Snov is known for creating an absolutely disturbing atmosphere through his images with an alluring twist. He creates surrealistic dark environments permeated by a lot of sensuality, eroticism and mystery – all without losing elegance. This combination of elements results in extremely unusual visuals that intrigue our eyes and senses.
Thank You to Inhale Magazine and Empty Kingdom
Channeling the Island Scene in the Thomas Crown Affair (1999 Version), dievca loves the breezes offered by tropical island life. A very different type of island living compared to Manhattan.
Cotton Gauze and Linen fabrics are must – easing your way into a more relaxed moment of time:
WHAT’S IN A NAME? (A note from Joelle)
I’m often asked how to pronounce “Hamabla” (it’s huh-MAH-bla) and what on Earth it means. Hamabla was my late grandmother’s name, but we didn’t know that until days before she died. An Italian immigrant, going through the immigration process, Hamabla became Mabel, but she was always Grandma Mae to us.
My grandmother was an incredibly hardworking woman. The kind of working woman who spent her days at a factory-job, raising four kids along the way, while still finding time for her many passions. She was a chef, baker, gardener, seamstress, sculptor and storyteller. These weren’t once in a while pursuits, they defined her life and fed her soul. I remember watching her in her 80s tending to the tomatoes in her garden and marveling at the boundless energy and zest for life she still possessed.
Her motto in life was “a little bit of everything,” and it’s a core value of this company I founded in her name. She believed that a full life included an assortment of hard work, creativity and time for friends and family.
I continue to be inspired by Grandma Mae’s grace, gumption, and authenticity. I gave this company her name because it was something unexpected, mysterious almost, like a little gift that makes the soul smile.
Despite the naysayers who advised me against such an “unmarketable” name, I held my ground because Hamabla is not about trend or fad or popular opinion. It’s about doing what you love, staying true to your passions and embracing “a little bit of everything” that makes you happy in life.
The rest of the story is HERE.
Definition of loungewear – casual, comfortable clothing suitable for wearing at home.
We spend almost half of our time asleep, so it seems sensible to give bedtime equal attention style-wise. Pajamas are a major player when it comes to loungewear. Yes, you can include silk robes and slinky slips, but the basics are a shirt and pant combo.
Sexy for wandering the home. (Or so dievca thinks…she needs to get Master’s opinion)
These are not pieces to wear in public, unless:
- You are very bold.
- Your Sir or Madame told you to~