It’s not something to wonder, but my first lingerie show post was one of the most viewed and commented article on my blog so, after more than one month, the second lingerie show I think it will be well received by you, my guests. I used the same location (which is a semi-public terrasse) but this time, the outfit comes from Leg Avenue and the sandals are from Jante (here’s the link of ElectriqueBoutique, the online store that provides this brand). The only impediment was the burning sun and the high temperatures, so the photo session was made as fast as possible.
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Enjoy the pictures, and don’t forget to click on photos to see them full size. Your comments are, as always, welcomed, so don’t be shy and tell me what you opinion 🙂
No, it’s not like in that song, it’s not Mambo number 5, it’s just my t-shirt that exhibits the gracious number 5. And I really love the tops that are so versatile to be part of day and night outfit in the summer and winter too. This Bershka number 5 t-shirt is so versatile that I can wear it either way: with stylish high heels or with summer seaside wedges/sandals, there is no problem. For the last Sunday night, I used an outfit composed of:
I couldn’t find a better title for this post. Hard to write about a party, it’s better to live it than to talk about it, so I’ll put it straight: Chueca, Wednesday, Doble Sentido, Absinthe, amigas, happy birthday dear Kriss!, music, dance, fun, very good drinks, tasteful ensaladita con queso azul, champagne, delicious cake, roses, photos, no resaca hoy (no hangover today), good time, taxi, back home, sleep 🙂 I’ll come back with the photos, I didn’t have time to download them from the camera, but I’ll do it asap. Since I feel sorry to let this post without any photos, there is a photo of Kriss, Gloria & the cake. And yes, Minnie 🙂 Stay tuned for the many other photos.
Even if it passed more than 4 weeks since I returned from Portugal, the taste of this beautiful country is still with me, because I bought one bottle of Licor Beirãofrom Lisbon (and I also received one more as a gift from my good Portuguese friend, Rita). This wonderful, tasteful and perfumed liquor is one of the most traditional drink in Portugal (maybe not in the poshy clubs, but you can find it in every bar or food&drinks store). Its flavor, in my opinion, resides between the American Southern Comfort and the French cognac, but the Portuguese liquor is even softer and easier to drink ‘on rocks’ only. With a touch of lime, nothing more, as you can see in my pictures. So, for everyone that is passioned of flavored drinks (like I am), this is a must-taste.
Enjoy the pictures as much as I enjoyed the Licor Beirãodrink.