Empathetic rather than sympathetic. Close rather than distant. Connected rather than unengaged. Even your ability to hurt with and for another is a beautiful gift when it causes compassion and comfort to follow.
“I can’t help falling in love with you.” “I don’t know you but I want you all the more for that.”
You are soft. Delicate. Light and fair. A sharp contrast of colors. Piercing. Intense eyes and a playful mouth. Rosy cheeks and a pointed nose. You smile shyly. Your laugh is bold and jingles through the air. You tease with mirth and affection. Your eyes can send the soulful message of adoration straight into my heart. You are utterly delightful, charming really.
You melt. You gaze intently. You pick up on the small details. You see the shapes and colors, moods and motives. You look to see, always.
You play with child-like joy. You smile and laugh and share the feelings of happiness with the world surrounding you. I’ve seen you radiating love and joy during the simple enjoyment of a favorite activity, story, or sight. You literally shine with light. You are gloriously radiant and bright.
You care about people. You want the world to be a better place. You want justice to be delivered. You want to know people as individuals. You try to say things accurately and articulately so your meaning is clear. You want to create harmony and connection between people. You want to express and share love with people. You delight in beauty and want to share the beauty in all things with everyone. You care about others’ well-being and health.
You have a beautiful heart full of kindness, babe.
You have such lovely eyes. They are black-lined almonds with pools of brown that turn to green.
They draw in the light to your face. They can fill with mirth or intensity.
Your eyes are your prettiest feature-the defining point of your face. They are so large like giant mirrors. Your long lashes are the frame. These eyelashes give butterfly kisses when your face is next to another.
I love looking in your eyes. You really have very lovely eyes.
The four preceding optical illusion dresses are by Stella McCarthy and I like them very much. The black sides make for a much more curvy figure than the dress would if it was just in one color. However, I think this dress would look a little out of place in a well-lit room with pale colors. Rather, at night, the black would blend away, making a much more favorable impression. So, at a club or out on the town for a night, I think this would be an amazing dress.
Below, however, is a dress that creates the optical illusion of an hour-glass figure in a different way. I feel it is more subtle and sophisticated. It looks well-suited to Alexis Bledel’s youth.