Fashion Advice

For my few lady readers, in my never-ending quest to provide you with the tools you need to please your man.

Some films really are only worthy of watching for the fashions.

One such film is The Millionairess (1960), where the scrumptious Sophia Loren, The Millionairess, spends the entire film trying to seduce the poor-but-dedicated Indian doctor, played by Peter Sellers. Difficult to image anyone not batting an eye at Loren batting her lashes, but that’s the role Sellers plays — even when Loren strips down to her lingerie in his office:

I’m not sure wearing black hose with a peach ensemble is recommended; but when the woman is Sophia Loren — and those black stockings are attached to the garters of a black corset – just who is going to complain?

The contrast of the sinful black corset and stockings paired with the lady-like white hat, pearl necklace and 6-button white kid gloves is what really drives the seduction by fashion — which is, you know, far more effective than simply being nude.

In this state of (un)dress Loren captures all that is feminine. Playing on the dramatic power of the black corset to demand attention, leaving things carefully covered to add the excitement of mystery, as well as demonstrating the demure “do not touch” attitude of a lady, she fully exploits the virgin-whore complex to unsteady poor lucky Sellers.

And you can too. Well, maybe you can’t knock Peter Sellers off his feet, but you can any other man if you follow Loren’s example.

Rather than dominating in the more typical or caricatured version of a “Domme”, such attire and accessories leaves the average man at a loss as for what to do next. You are in charge — and you can enjoy watching him squirm as he wonders just how — and if! — he should make his move…

Start with a stunning corset, preferably custom fit to your curves. (Real corsets are custom made to your measurements, and therefore require several weeks to create & be delivered; so now is the time to order your corset if you want to wear it for the holidays.) Then add the stockings and other accessories.

Opera gloves are my first choice — running over the elbow, leaving the focus on bare décolletage is enough to make anyone sigh. But there are many other lovely glove options.

Wrap the lusty luster of pearls about your throat, and, if you’re daring, top it all off with a lovely vintage hat. Don’t forget the dress! You have to peel yourself out of it; agonizingly slow, or with such perfunctory practicality that he’s completely puzzled. It’s your choice.

(Remember, you can leave your hat on! *wink* )

I love a corset on a woman. And yes, I know they are uncomfortable, but so are most of the shoes you gals wear and you manage to suffer them gladly in the name of fashion. So why not a nice corset? After all, we men are simple creatures. A cold beer on hot day. A warm couch for napping on a cold day. And a woman in a black corset and stockings on any day.

That’s all we need to be happy. And if we are happy it makes your lives easier, doesn’t it?

See, it’s science.



  1. That is one woman who has always been fully aware of her powers and always used them for good. 🙂

  2. Good for you 🙂

  3. I think the saying is “If Mama ain’t happy, nobody’s happy” What have you done for her lately? What contraption have you worn? And don’t you dare say the old “if they made something for men to wear I would wear it!” because that is a trick answer to a serious question. Men are confident in the fact that they don’t make anything like that for them to wear-men get to just wear their boxer shorts… or nothing at all.
    Who says all is fair in love and war.
    I cry foul!

  4. What, exactly, would you design for a man to wear? This I gotta hear.

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