Tuesday, November 17, 2009

Scarlett Does It Right

I NEED A CHANGE OF PACE THIS MORNING. Don't want to discuss the mediocre Palin/Oprah interview or that I think the best that Sarah can now hope to be is a political celebrity/fund-raiser/operative----if we'll have her---par excellence for the right. She'll never be president, even as she enjoys her newly-minted fame in the lower forty-eight. So be it. And I don't want to talk anymore about Democratic lawyers, Obama in Mao-land, the falling dollar or the continuing rise in unemployment. What debacles and it may get worse!

Instead, I want to focus on perfume and how good the curvaceous Scarlett J. looks in the Dolce & Gabbana ad above. Love her hair, dress, pose. There's neither too little nor too much of her showing. She's carrying just the right amount of weight and hasn't been photo shopped out of existence. And that unfussy, little black dress will take her anywhere. She's alluring, yet restrained in a lady-like way and showing us how to be ready for a sensual night on the town or an intimate one at home. Add a little (and I do mean little) fragrance and she's rules the night and any man fortunate enough to be in her company. Nice. I also love it that the ad is in black-and-white. Very classic and classy.

8 comments:

gcotharn said...

Wow.

For whatever reason, I flashback to my freshman year at Baylor. Was 8 weeks past my 18th birthday, and was in Austin at a campus party the night before the Texas-Baylor game. Was two beers into the night, away from home for the first time, and was surrounded by women that -- it's indescribable — they could not have been any more beautiful. They were dropped down from Heaven as God’s personal gift to man. And I was man. And this great song with these driving lyrics was playing really loud - Head East: "Never Been Any Reason". I was so happy to be away from home and at that party with that music and those girls-- I could’ve cried out in joy and gratitude.

Webutante said...

Wonderful story, Greg. Amazing how a night like that with beautiful women helps a young man begin to leave home in earnest.

gcotharn said...

You know, you have a good point!

Jungle Mom said...

I'm sick of politics too.

Anonymous said...

It is very interesting for me to read this article. Thanx for it. I like such themes and everything connected to them. I would like to read more on that blog soon.

Webutante said...

*That* blog, I can't promise; however on *this* blog I'll do my best.

fairmaiden said...

She does look fabulous. I've always admired that she is not rail thin.

Webutante said...

Yes, Lady Fair, me too. Thanks for coming by...