I got no problem with that.
Low decolletage was in back then.
& apparently doesn’t need one
“Dude—my face is in there.”
“The profile in the mirror shows what I looked like before using Listeriatox.”
Voice-over: “Listeriatox – makes you look half-way decent.” “(Not guaranteed to make any difference, what-so-ever.)”
wearing a wonder bra…no bra? no wonder her boobies are hanging out!
do girls need bras? i thought 1970s feminists said they are restriction placed by men on women. and, those vic secret girls doesn’t need them either.
Ah Moreelse, king of the nip slip before nip slips were cool!
Your basic wardrobe malfunction!
Different coloration, click-to-enlarge image available from here.A Girl with a Mirror, an Allegory of Profane Love isn’t really described at its current-location page (the source of the title image). A written description is provided here (which uses a slightly different title). Perhaps showing a bare breast was in fashion in the 1620’s. But in this video featuring the painting, somebody found it necessary to cover her up. The artist‘s Wikipedia page and collection.Second of the 3 works by this artist, that have, so far, appeared in Mr. Melcher’s blog, to also appear here.
Nobody has commented on the rape occurring in the background. Or the fact that the mirror image looks more like Mia Whatsername (Alice in Wonderland) than it does the lady holding the mirror .
I think she’s offering a 17th Century version of sex where you get to watch the action in the mirror at the same time.
Britney, in about 15 years.
Woman showing off her new mirror before she has figured out how to angle it downward.
The picture in the background is of herself attacking her reluctant lover. She’s definitely in charge!
“And right there is where he bit me!”
Solo “sexting” with the new iMirror in the 17th century….
I see a nip-slip.
She’s just popping out for a moment.
Her!? What the heck is going on in ther painting behind her?
Here is another work by this artist.