"She stands before you naked / you can see it / you can taste it / but she comes to you light as the breeze / You can drink or you can nurse it / it don't matter how you worship / as long as you're / down on your knees... / & she dances so graceful / & your heart's hard & hateful / & she naked / but that's just the case / & you turn in disgust / from your hatred & from your love" - Billy Joel, Light as the Breeze
Pirate Princess of Penzance lands ashore in sun-bleached antique lace to pillage a petrified Hawaiian lei & egg-cream pearls & then sail away again anywhere but here far & away. My crochet dress from 3.1 Phillip Lim's resort 2010 collection is light & breezy enough for a rock chick to cruise both beach town & urban paradise. I wear it dancing in the moonlight by the seashore paved in seashells under an audience of starry night sky. Fair skinned + dressed in white = The Ghost Who Walks out of this world.