Sunday, April 22, 2018

April Dressing 3: Sex and Violet

Actually, I generally call this color "purple," myself. Some interesting notes of the derivation of both names:

Violet: Middle English: from Old French violette, diminutive of viole, from Latin viola ‘violet.’

Purple: Old English (describing the clothing of an emperor), alteration of purpre, from Latin purpura ‘purple,’ from Greek porphura, denoting mollusks that yielded a crimson dye, also cloth dyed with this.

Anyway, here are the pictures:

Those are real boobs in the third photo, thanks to padding and a push-up bra.

The purple top is by Naturally, bought at Forman Mills in June 2013; the faux leather pants are from Kohl's Dana Buchman line, bought in April 2013; the shoes are Dollhouse "Harlot" croc-print pumps from Shoe Dept. in January 2010. Other accessories are a purple bow, striped belt, and gold jewelry.

I tried something new with my eyebrows, darkening them with the brown eye-shadow. I have to get the shape a bit better, but they photograph well.

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