Thursday, October 05, 2006

Lost in Translation

Hello readers! The panty of the day is somewhat special to me. That's because it's a Natori, a brand I regard as higher end. This is my one and only Natori brand panty and is a full back bikini, model number 152006. These are one of my newer acquisitions and should be available in finer retailers like Nordstrom right now. They are constructed of 93 percent nylon and 7 percent spandex/lycra. The material is light yet sturdy feeling and the elastic feels delicate yet finely made. These are not the softest panties around, but I'd guess they are of a superior make and material than run of the mill brands. Time will tell if they hold up I suppose. They feature a very pretty lace pattern to the front and back panels as well as a delicate lace pattern at the leg and waistband openings. Highly recommended!

I finally got around to watching "Lost in Translation" the other evening on PM's recommendation. I liked the film in general although there were some strange parts to it that to me didn't make sense or add anything useful to the story. To my glee, I was surprised to find that the opening shot is a wonderful close up of Scarlett Johansson's see through panty clad posterior. I never used to find her attractive until I watched "The Island" about a year and a half ago. She looks spectacular in that film running around in skin tight white sweat pants (sorry to say VPL fans, without panties). At any rate, when PM recommended this film, I really wanted to see it. Even if the movie had sucked, which it didn't, I still would have enjoyed it for the panty material. I can whole heartedly recommend panty fans see it just for the Scarlett scenes alone.

6 comments:

ross said...

The opening of that movie is astounding and the director says she took that image from a Kacere painting she had seen.

Pantymaven said...

Oh, to have been that "idiot" husband, even for just one night. Even though it was just a movie I know there are men out there like him that have no idea just what they have...

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