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How Much Would You Pay for A Dress? $10? $100? What about $100K?

19 Feb , 2018  

The bidding war is on and the item on the auction block is a “sparkly gold dress” worn by none other than adult film star, Stormy Daniels. While the actress has garnered mainstream attention from the media, the dress has captured the attention of Sin City’s Erotic Heritage Museum. The museum’s director, Dr. Victoria Hartmann, has stated that the museum is willing to pay $100,000 to obtain her gold dress.

Why so much for a dress? Well, according to Stormy, it was the gold dress she wore during her 2006 rendezvous with Mr. Donald J. “Grab ’em by the pussy” Trump. However, before the museum will pay for the dress, a forensic DNA test will need to be conducted to prove its legitimacy.

While some sex workers sell old nylons, panties, and shoes, Stormy’s dress may create a new market for those that enjoy sex with their politics. Or is that politics with their sex?


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Sizzle In The Kitchen & Wear Nothing But An Apron! | Mimi Basseri via Sexpert.

4 Jun , 2017  

Aprons-sexy-sexpertMimi Basseri via Sexpert.

“Why do men think aprons are so sexy on women?

A few years back I had a lingerie and accessories shop on Melrose Avenue in Hollywood, and one day a nice lady came in and asked if I would make some aprons for a photoshoot that she was doing with Paris Hilton’s new show on E! Television Network.

She wanted one or two that looked ‘retro,’ to be worn with ruffled dish washing gloves.

We made some aprons for her that were inspired by the aprons that I remembered seeing on “I love Lucy.” We did them in gingham check and polka dotted fabric with cute heart pockets and ruffles…”


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Women in Power Know Nina | Christina Binkley via The Wall Street Journal

29 Aug , 2016  

From CEOs to politicians Nina McLemore’s clothing is a go to for many women in power. The richly woven fabrics, strong jackets with signature stand-up collars and brilliant colors are commanding and yet are not flashy. Rest assured, you won’t be mistaken for an assistant.



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