My eyes! I'm bliiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiind! The pain! (Hehehe, just a little amateur theatrics there.)
Jacqueline:This one was too good to include with my usual collection. And I love how she tied in the blue top and bottom. I wonder what her underwear looked like... Never mind!
Just hope there are no big game hunters about in her neighbourhood!
A Heron's View:Fortunately, none that I've seen in Fuengirola. But I'd probably be careful when heading out to the countryside.
Marty:Maybe that's the response she was hoping for.
Jim:And the more I look at the photo, the more I like the look.I should have asked her where she got it all.
it is a monster
Gosia:Not a monster; maybe an extra-terrestrial.
Safari chic. or not.
da hell is THAT?????for some strange reason, younger guys tell us old gals (I'm almost 62) that they like us cause we are "experienced". yeah, well, I don't wanna have to train someone young enough to be my grandkid!
anne marie:Not all young guys need to be trained!
Love the blue shoes with this outfit.
Stephen:I'm sure she worse those shoes to coordinate with the blue in the scarf.
This one leaves me speechless.... wish you'd gotten a front view... are you SURE this is a woman? And... just where were you when you saw this... cougar?
Sharon:I had plenty of opportunity for a front view, but I would then feel the need to ask permission. This was at the port... and she wasn't alone.
Perhaps San Geraldo would prefer that headdress to his tea towel?
Walt the Fourth and Judy:He's much more subtle in his styling (but I wouldn't put it past him).
Now, I'm all about mixing print, but this is just TOO much!She needs to be caged.
Bob:Finally. A combination even you wouldn't wear!
I want to be that person! The don't give a damn what I look like, I think I look fabulous, person.
Nubian:Well, she clearly gives a damn what she looks like. That outfit was clearly well thought-out. However, I want to be that person, too. Not that person. THAT person!
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