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“To the chagrin of some and the frisson of others, that has meant peering upward toward her quilt-size, lace-trimmed underwear.”
“In the days since its unveiling, passersby have used it as an opportunity to photograph Ms. Monroe from various angles—including one that reveals her lace-trimmed underwear.”
“Now I could be calm, detached, dismissive as I needed to be, except that I needed him even more than I needed calm, and his hands were running up my bare legs now, his fingers inside the lace-trimmed edge of my panties, touching me, and I let out a muffled yelp of reaction, followed by a moan of pure pleasure as he began pulling the panties down my legs.”
“She pulls a lace-trimmed handkerchief out of her pocket—evidently she had one all along, but was too overwrought to use it before.”
“This season, though, I've been leaning hard into my 18th-century European grande dame side, working my new favorite bedding upgrade: lace-trimmed sheets.”
“His grandmother, Hermelinda, soon entered the vestibule, moving with a tranquil grace in her pink lace-trimmed dress.”
“The clothing included a black-and-cream herringbone tweed blazer with purple-and- gold piping, a heritage white batiste lace-trimmed blouse, and a cedar mélange shawl collar button front cardigan, as listed on the line sheet provided for the young'uns in the front row.”
“The Metropolitan Museum of Art/Bequest of Benjamin Altman 'Young Man and Woman in an Inn ("Yonker Ramp and His Sweetheart")' (1623) The selection spans most of Hals's career, beginning with the bawdy "Merrymakers at Shrovetide" (c. 1616-17), a densely packed image of revelers that pits a red-faced toper against a young blonde whose flushed cheeks accord nicely with her coral jewelry and elegant, lace-trimmed red dress.”
“At the entrance of the museum, the visitor is greeted by a life-size Catrina in a turn-of-the-20th-century black gown and a large, lace-trimmed hat.”
“All this reminds us is of when girls used to layer a lace-trimmed cami underneath a solid-colored top and pair them with pants with a one-inch rise (pulling off skanky and boring is harder than it looks!).”
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