Lately, due to many reasons (most of the co-workers are on holidays, the duties had to be distributed among the remaining ones, the heat wave and the air-conditioning issues at work, plumber and electrician coming and going, furniture folks scheduling...) it has became harder and harder to tell days apart. That is where Burda Wednesday comes in - knowing it's time to publish one of these amazing scans separates my week. :)
We start off with an amazing
red polka dot dress and an adorable bouquet.
Introducing our models!
Here's a feature on spring-summer fashion
Anyone feeling a dash of Paris?
Through history, ladies have tried and tested
so many product to reduce the weight
Also, through history, ladies have tried and tested
even more skin creams.
What an amazing idea:
to "wrap it all up" with a bright scarf
around the waist
The title tells everything.
We are, indeed, in polka-dot heaven
The lady on the bottom right:
what most of us vintage-loving gals dreams of:
perfect hostess for a perfect tea-time
Much more glamour.
"Proven shapes for full-figured"
Note here: Burda's editors have chosen a great word to describe the ladies with more.. mass on their bones. Nowadays, it's all "plus-size", and I say: I don't like that phrase. I prefer the one used in here; and when a lady is "full-figured", it sound so much more decent.
"indispensable little blouse"
What did brides wear underneath?
Now you know. :)
Now something for the younger ladies..
Dresses for more mature ladies.
Oh, YES! It+s our beloved eyebrow-lady again! :)
The funny thing about her is: this is an advertisement for:
"A delicate protective film for the skin"
but is overpowered by her mighty brows. :)
To tell you the truth, I am not the one to laugh and/or judge anyone's brow look. You might think my brows look decent nowadays - but that is a result of years and years of awful plucking, thinning, shaping, coloring...
How about you? What is your brow-tale?