Ladies, rest easy as GSL also thinks the above scene from Goldfinger is wrong on so many levels. First, I don't like the name 'Denk' and would have immediately assigned her a nickname far more clever. Secondly, he needn't have dismissed her so abruptly, suggesting a little errand such as picking up some nibbles or drinks for the older gentleman, heading to the salon to get gussied up for dinner or anything to allow her to feel appreciated while Commander Bond and Felix discuss urgent classified matters. Also, I thought 007's follow through was a little lazy as GSL keeps his elbow tucked in tighter generating greater torque and velocity while cupping his hand to deliver a most pleasing percussive snap...oh, and let's not forget an exaggerated follow through just so she knows you care.
Ladies from the Jersey Shore to Red Square anxiously await GSL's modern rendition.
|GSL's pup and pony show is well underway with his travels keeping him on the go.|
Speaking of Jersey, GSL is right this very minute coming to you from the bucolic Woodrow Wilson Service Plaza on the New Jersey Turnpike. My pup and pony show is well under away making the necessary arrangements for my children's books series debuting around October 1st...and hopefully sooner. We will keep you posted on breaking news.
|GSL is loving the Maxi|
from the have some decorum blog
No doubt you have been hearing the same rumors that has 7th Avenue and the entire world of fashion on edge. Well, it's mostly true as GSL is basically done with all the way too tight, too revealing, too, too much of nearly everything I see nowadays. I really don't need to see the outline of every crevice of a woman I prefer not knowing and even if she is intelligent and charming, I prefer not knowing everything right away. Context needs time. When I begin a new novel by an author I already admire, I don't want to know what happens on page 97 until I've spent the appropriate amount of time on pages 1 thru 96. I'll go into this in far more detail in an upcoming post but my new aesthetic in ladies fashion is now towards the look and philosophy of the maxi, and even the caftan, and basically moving on from mini-skirts and even my old fav: the pencil skirt.
|McCalls Patterns 1970|