Women! What can you say? Who made ’em? God must have been a fuckin’ genius. The hair… They say the hair is everything, you know. Have you ever buried your nose in a mountain of curls… just wanted to go to sleep forever? Or lips… and when they touched, yours were like… that first swallow of wine… after you just crossed the desert.
~Al Pacino as Lt. Colonel Frank Slade in “Scent of a Woman”
I love this movie. It is my favourite Pacino film. While this quote inspired the movie’s title, the movie is actually about integrity, living with one’s mistakes and accepting the consequences, unexpected friendships and passion. Oh, such passion.
There is little that is not to love about it.
There is also little not to love about this jumpsuit from Salt & Pepper, available at this month’s round of Shiny Shabby. Correction – there is everything to love about this jumpsuit! It hugs your sexy curves, has a demure collar and a delightful chain on the back. Very classy, yet definitely an outfit that will drive a man to indulge in the scent of a woman.
Pretty stuff I’m showing off:
*Jumpsuit: Salt & Pepper S&P Overall Kacey by xxSaltandPepperxx (Available at Shiny Shabby August 2015)
Shoes: Pure Poison – Andreea Pumps – Maitreya – RARE by Shaleen Kenin
Hair: *ARGRACE* SAE – Ginger by rika Oyen
Tattoo: [White~Widow] Midnight in Paris – Maitreya Mesh Body by Julie Hastings
Skin: -Glam Affair – Summerv3 – America 02 E by aida Ewing
Body, hands and feet: Maitreya Mesh Body – Lara V1.0 by Onyx LeShelle
Eyes: IKON Promise Eyes – Maldives by Ikon Innovia
Lashes: Mon Cheri *MC* “Falsies” Eyelash by Freya Oliveri
Jacket: Gabriel ::GB::Double long coat / light brown by Takuya Jinn
Shirt: Westbrook Shirt – ColdAsh by ColdAsh
Pants: *Shai* Men’s Basic Chinos – Black by Shai Delacroix
Shoes: [NikotiN] SplitRock (Black) by Raph Dirval (gacha prize)
Hair: Besom~ Derek by Kattington
Trees: Studio Skye Marketplace Store Enchanted Woods v2 by Alex Bader
Pose: Captivity Poses Marketplace Store– Scent of a Woman by ShannonCharlize Gossipgirl
Photo taken using the LumiPro HUD by Stefan Buscaylet