aldo-vallon - September 4, 2018
If ever there was a body made for a sundress, it belongs to Emily Ratajkowski. Or maybe it was the sundress that was made for her body?
No, that cannot be it. Sundresses must have been around for thousands of years at the very least. It isn’t like the Sun was a recent invention so I do not see why it would have taken so long for women to come up with an item of clothing that allows a gentle breeze to kiss their vajayjays.
To be honest, I would not be surprised if paleontologists discovered cavewomen that are still preserved in their summerwear in the near future. Granted, the dress will not be up to the standard of the modern incarnation, but it will be reminiscent. Just because it is made out of fig leaves or sabretooth tiger fur does not mean that it does not count. Maybe their summers were just a bit cooler than ours so they needed their dresses to be a little thicker.
I bet Emily cold still pull off the look of a sabretooth tiger fur dress, and there has got to be some eccentric fashion designer out there who would like to see her wearing one. So my only question is why it has not been made yet?
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