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Saturday, March 3, 2012

OUR PICTURE OF THE DAY- IF YOU HAVE IT, THEN FLAUNT IT!



We have carefully selected our picture of the day. We met the delectably gorgeous lady-Cyndi at a recent party on the Island. And like we have titled the post, it describes very well that if you have it, and you have got the confidence to carry it then please show it off. Our lady here is dressed in the famous creation by the now legendary Herve Leger- the outfit is famously called the ‘Bandage dress’. It’s so called because; it helps to show off the feminine curves to its best advantage, while it accentuates the little that those who don’t have seemingly possess.
‘’The Herve Leger dress is committed to shaping the physical beauty of women and showing women’s gentle and feminine characteristics. The clipping of Herve Leger dress is perfect which makes the dress close to the body and carve the perfect figure of women. So it is vividly called “Bandage Dress”. No matter either walking on the red carpet, or taking part in parties or activities, you will find that Herve Leger dress will help you build an unforgettable impression’’
It’s obvious our focus today is no spring chicken, either on the style stake or age wise, and you can see how she has worn this particular nude colored Herve with plenty of gusto! Especially with the best accessories a lady can own; you can freely guess what that is. We also love the Rolex Oyster Perpetual datejust wrist-watch- the one in this picture looks like the diamond encrusted one and it's most likely the white gold or the platinum or even the stainless steel and the small Crucifix on her neck- understated elegance at its best. We just love her ‘body language’ Confidence and Elegance

3 comments:

Gbogbo Bigz Girlz said...

Figure 8 sepe sepe...

Anonymous said...

OMG That is too funny... I love it... You forgot to mention my Fab Christian Louboutin Trash Shoes..

Mama Borngirl said...

Am looking forward to Nigerian designers to churn out their own ankara bandage dresses.