A Study In Lace
A Study in Lace<br /><br />Recently, I treated Mrs Pix to a classy dinner at a fine rooftop restaurant. She wore a classy lace dress - form-fitting, but reasonably conservative in style and length, spiced up a by a flesh-toned slip that provided opacity while also providing the pleasant illusion of sheerness.<br /><br />But then &#8211; opacity &#8211; who needs it? Instead of providing opacity with the illusion of sheerness, why not provide sheerness with the illusion of opacity?<br /><br />Thus, Mrs Pix boldly wore just the lace outer shell, with no undergarments to mar her appearance. Indeed, the expected panties and bra would have drawn attention to the sheerness and blown the effect, so in a real sense she was more demure by wearing nothing at all beneath. Under restaurant lighting, it would really be only the immediate wait staff that might have a clue, and especially in a fine restaurant, the staff usually understand discretion. Indeed, the staff was very professional and discreet, betraying only subtly that they had take notice of her dishabille.<br /><br />We had finished our meal and were ready to leave when it occurred to me that I had not yet memorialized the evening in pictures. The photo set that follows is drawn from those taken at our table and on the rooftop terrace overlooking the city lights. Most were taken by me; some were taken by a friendly restaurant employee who eagerly volunteered to assist us.<br /><br />Enjoy this study in lace, and the few at the end without the lace.<br /><br />Pix<br />