Tuesday, March 03, 2009

purely feminine























"Girl with a Pearl" - Dutch painting, Vermeer
Wrapped in layers of warmth, as the bitter cold continues to chill my soul, my mind creates a purely feminine spirit to shine forth in hopes for Springtime.   The "Girl with a Pearl" exudes patience and longing as I do for the love of Spring.  Spring renews my heart.






















"FleurT" - Powder Pink silk baby-doll gown
I prepare by thinking of utterly pretty things to quicken my pulse.  My love for powdery pink slips, bows, pearls and femininity excites me with a furry.






















"Fleur-t" ruffly robe
Locked in the clutches of old man Winter, I long for signs of things that are soft and pretty with graceful ruffly girlish desires, such as this pretty, ruffly robe. 






















Vermeer's - Dutch painting, " love the warmth, the light and the golden curtain"
Just adding a pearl necklace to a winter day, can suddenly add light and radiate perfection.
Colors like jonquil, pale rose, lily white all hint of Spring.






















Ruffles, Lingerie or pale pink undergarments add a certain "printemps" or graceful spring in your step.  Just wearing a powder pink panty will surely make a girl sit like a lady.





















Belle Fleur located in New York ~ A Mother, Daughter duo 
Simply bringing home a bouquet of pink adorned with a bow, will make one feel like a young bride, full of love, and anticipation for a happy ever after day.  Flowers, bows and some lovely music are sure to add a romantic air.  That said, there is nothing like a new lingerie treat for a bit of secret pleasure.























Gorgeous woman, gaining strength from her purely feminine posture~ full of love.
Now that I have caught your attention with all these pretties, stand tall, be proud of your purely feminine side to provide you with strength go forth and to brave another beautiful day, even if there is snow on the ground and no signs of spring outside.  Let your pearls and grace radiate and feel the love for your purely feminine side.  You are loved and you are worth it.
How do you get in touch with your femininity?

26 comments:

Frau said...

Beautiful spring day here, I'm walking tall and proud! Workout today huge step in right direction! Have a wonderful day.

kks said...

lovely post as always!

pve design said...

frau,
love for you to show us the pretty feminine things from your world!
pve

kks,
thanks and I am flattered. (blush)
pve

Debra said...

But of course, by wearing my pearls-I wear my earrings, given to me by my husband every day. And a strand of pearls with a crisp white shirt is almost uniform. Lovely post~ makes me want to put on my big girl panties and go deal with some snow. I am going to go read the posts by Pearls and Grace. Thank you~

Joyce said...

Patricia I enjoyed this post of pearls and ruffles. I enjoy taking long bubble baths in the evening and bathing in body cream morning and night.

pve design said...

Debra,
I am amazed and in awe of how each of us have a love for pearls and white shirts. Even with all the cold, the snow and the shoveling, feeling feminine gives strength.
Happy and safe shoveling!
pve

Joyce-
Ah, a long soak in the tub sounds nice.
enjoy-
pve

jacqueline said...

What could be prettier and more filled with the hope of spring than that exquisite bouquet of pink peonies with a silky bow? Beautiful! Maybe you would draw this delicious picture for all of us to enjoy!

Emily said...

I agree with your spring longing and need of pretty pinks and pearls! Lovely. I'm longing for that robe with ruffles - just looking at it makes me feel closer to spring.

Mary Jo from TrustYourStyle said...

Love your pink picks, they are gorgeous!

Pat @ Mille Fiori Favoriti said...

Oh Patricia I just adore Vermeer so I loved this post! It's always nice to wear something silky and sweet under our woolen winter garb!

When I clicked on the Belle Fleur link it brought me to a restaurant in California -- it must be different from the one you meant to link to?

I love those pink peonies! So pretty!

pve design said...

Pat,
Oh, pardon me. I am a stickler for these things and I must not have double checked, Belle Fleur is located in the NY City.
Off to correct that. Thanks for spotting that error.
pve

Kwana said...

What a lovely post. I want to put on my pearls and go lingerie shopping right now! Love the Vermeer painting. They just capture the feminine spirit. To get it touch I fix my hair and do my eyes, put on a touch of lip gloss and smile.

Live In Full Color said...

Oh- I love Vermeer paintings so much... your post is making me crave a trip to the Frick Museum followed by an afternoon high tea at Lady Mendels at the Irving Inn... a totally delicious, girly day!

Tamstyles said...

Yes..what a great post..love the photos to. Very feminine and lady like.

GrannySmithGreen said...

You are so subtle and so good. I LOVE IT!

Julia said...

What a powerful, beautiful post! There are so many things too ooh and ahh over. I particularly like the satin bra!

I love wearing red and pink and heels whenever I can :)

annechovie said...

Loved all the pink - I am a girly girl through and through,too. Have a great day!

Noel Solomon said...

loving this post today!

My Notting Hill said...

Love the ruffled robe and the last pic of the woman - she looks fab and happy!

London Calling said...

Lovely post. Got your message and did a post in response. Thanks for checking on me. Smiles,lc

Deidra said...

Oh so beautiful! Pearls, lace, satin, and glam! I'm sitting up taller just looking at those pictures.

Karena said...

I don't appologize for being feminine, because I do have a lot of strength and determination. Pretty Lingerie. Soft sweaters, a new pair of earrings or bright scarf, trying a new shade of lipstick and a bit of glimmer....

Janet said...

Spring is coming, spring is coming, spring is coming. I swear. But, for today, it is here! Thank you.

hmstrjam said...

love the pearls, just posted a print called tartan and pearls!

barbjensen said...

What a beautiful post! Inspiring, especially the last photo.
I had forgotten all about your great blog so now I am subscribing so that won't happen again.
Vermeer is my absolute favorite.

mimi charmante said...

Being a mom of four boys, I absolutely *adored* this post! You are incredibly talented and I am so happy you found me so that I can follow you~
xo