Clear Eye’s – Sunny Skies (something of use)


Do you remember being a kid with dirty glasses?

dievca does.

Then she smartened up in High School and started using dish soap to wash her eyeglasses.

Finding a sink and soap is not very convenient on the fly – so dievca moved on to lens wipes.

Too bad they aren’t environmentally friendly…

  • one use
  • non-recyclable

Something of use that lessens the environmental impact, isn’t as messy as soap/water, can be carried in a bag and offers the cleanest vision dievca has found:

Wal-Mart’s Equate Lens Cleaner at $2.88.

This brand is dievca’s favorite. The solution is good for glasses, camera lenses, phone screens/lenses, computer screens, etc. – all at an excellent price.
An 8 oz. bottle lasted dievca about a year with a clean rag/towel doing the wiping.

Argh – dievca is out~

dievca will have to make a trip to New Jersey to visit a Wal-Mart…there’s none in Manhattan.

 


After work — for your Sir/Madam


Keep it simple and clean.
Sexy will shine through.


British Elegance: Myla Lingerie

Click photos for a closer look!
Something for presenting on Valentine’s Day?

About Myla Lingerie
Myla London was born in the ’90s in Notting Hill. Based on craftsmanship and luxury, the brand built a loyal customer base. The brand was then reinvented and relaunched in August 2017 with the CEO (Garry Hogarth) COO (Leila Habibi) and the Senior Designer (Jess Thompson) from Agent Provocateur.

Myla has only been back in the market trading again since July 2018. We have had a fabulous reception for the new collection by both press and retail. We started trading again by joining Selfridges with an exclusive retail launch in the UK. In the USA we partnered with Bergdorf Goodman. On-line, we joined with Net a Porter and launched our own website in October 2018. We also opened our stunning flagship store in Brook Street, London which is available for personal fittings. Since our launch last year, we have continued our growth and are to building exciting new relationships with Harrods, Far Fetch, Neiman Marcus, Matches and KaDeWe.


Mlouye Handbags: Architecture in Color

Mlouye Naomi Belt Bag $285

Mlouye Mini Woven Bag $295

Mlouye Wave Wallet $195

Mlouye’s founder and creative director Meb Rure hails from an industrial design background. In 2015, Meb decided to change gears and turn her energy towards Mlouye, a collection of exceptional handbags. Focusing on quality material, good design, craftsmanship and sustainability, Mlouye reflects the epitome of quality over quantity.

Meb was highly inspired by the Bauhaus Movement’s artists and architects. From Mies van der Rohe’s works to Kandinsky’s paintings, to Aalto’s furniture, she acquired a rationalist vision of design by gleaning how they served a utilitarian purpose in a cleverly simple way. Mlouye merges industrial design and fashion, creating functional handbags made of luxurious and honest materials to improve people’s lives in small but important ways.

Innovation being the key factor alongside aesthetic, Mlouye has brought unexpected shapes with smart details, functionality and a new luxury feel with a contemporary price point.

Istanbul is where Mlouye was born, the company’s headquarters is now split between the US, the UK and Turkey.

Naomi Belt Bag – Spice


Working ‘the Back’ – lingerie with Vikki Dougan

Vikki Dougan: Did she inspire the drawing of Jessica Rabbit?

Maybe….or maybe not…
Her back and lingerie might just inspire a Presentation Outfit:

dievca might just have to pull out the Agent Provocateur ‘Baroness” silk slip in Navy.


More ways than one~

From Zazzle, $15.95. Click the photo. 40% off with code ZAZ2020GOALS


Inexpensive Symbolism

14K over sterling silver and brass, on sale $29.99 24″ chain, working lock (click the photo)

A Lock in BDSM:

  • a tool used in bondage
  • a symbol of a relationship between Dominant and submissive
  • a subtle message of being owned