Fantasy Dress Part 2
My Super Power
What Is The Definition Of A Fantasy Dress?
For me a fantasy dress should be dramatic and make a memorable statement.
It should make me feel special.
The fantasy dress should have transformative abilities to unleash my inner female super hero, a woman who immediately commands any room she walks into. A female version of James Bond if you like.
That’s how I define a fantasy dress.
This one does just that.
Shame it is too small : (
The fact that this fantasy dress is 1980s-90s vintage makes it even more delicious.
Truly there is nothing quite as exquisite as draping yourself in either velvet or silk.
Slipping into a velvet fantasy dress is almost as sexy as slipping into some silk sheets.
I will admit that my first boyfriend had a waterbed and silk sheets. He was aiming to please.
(Yes, I am that old.)
The funny thing was that the silk sheets were so slippery you’d go to sleep and wind up at the bottom or wedged between the rubber bladder of the bed and the wooden frame like an old forgotten sock.
It was hell to pull yourself out of that
Your bottom sinks when you get near the edge of the bed. Sometimes I needed a push just to get the momentum required to literally get my butt out of bed.
Often times I’d roll out of bed. That was the smart way to do it.
Waterbeds needed to come with instruction manuals.
Don’t even mention a waterbed after you’ve had one too many. I can remember sleeping with one leg out of the bed, foot planted firmly on the floor. This was not easy considering there is a wooden frame all around the bed. Basically half of my body slept on the frame. Talk about comfy.
No one mentions that when they talk about sexy silk sheets and rolling waves on a waterbed.
Maybe that’s why waterbeds went out of fashion.
Here are a couple other fantasy dresses I own that meet my definition of a fantasy dress.
What is your definition of a fantasy dress?
Have you ever slept on a waterbed or silk sheets? Do tell!