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sundress weather

May 4 2012 at 9:25 PM
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emily  (Login emilysans)

 
i love it!

almost like wearing nothing.

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Vanessa Evans
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May 5 2012, 12:09 AM 

Yes, a nice short, thin, cotton suummer dress and nothing else but shoes is a wonderful feeling. Too bad that English summers are a thing of the past.

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Sally Smith
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Sundress weather

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May 5 2012, 3:00 AM 

I can't wait for the weather here in Britain to warm up so that I can start wearing my thin and very short sun dresses again.
The joy of wearing floaty sundresses with absolutely nothing beneath cannot be beaten.
Knowing that practically everybody can tell I have no bra or knickers on is a real turn-on.

 
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May 8 2012, 4:42 PM 

Aha, this takes me back to the summer of 2010 which in Britain was a warm sunny one, and was my first summer with my then new gf, Kat. What happy memories of her so often that year wearing a sundress with nothing more than her shoes and sunglasses, or maybe a hat if she was overdressing happy.gif

Hope summer isnt late arriving this year as it was in 2011....

 
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Vanessa Evans
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May 9 2012, 12:43 AM 

Andrew - where in Britain do you live? Summer (lol) 2010 here in the East Midlands wasn't very sunny, nor very warm. It's been lots of years since we had a decent summer.

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May 9 2012, 7:13 PM 

We are in the southeast and im sure 2010 was a good one...unless i have rose tinted spectacles on looking back, heavily influenced by my gf's fashion choices!

Sat/sun 1st/2nd october 2011 though was a really hot weekend, as it was a friends birthday party, so remember that weekend well.

 
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Vanessa Evans
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May 10 2012, 3:27 PM 

I think that I need to try to persuade Jon to move us to the south east!

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Andrew
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May 12 2012, 4:38 PM 

Well its looks like summer has arrived in the southeast today if you fancy a move Vanessa. Despite the sun coming out today my gf didn't fully enter into the knickerless spirit today sadly wink.gif

 
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EnglishGent
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May 13 2012, 4:31 AM 

Well, it wasn't really warm yesterday, so I can understand why she wasn't wearing a sundress.

Down hill again tomorrow though. sad.gif

 
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emily
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May 13 2012, 1:24 PM 

my hubby visited london 2 years ago, about this time of year. and he said it was very warm and sunny, and there were a lot of sundresses and short skirts. i was envious of the london ladies!

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EnglishGent
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English Summer....

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May 5 2012, 8:37 AM 

Well, the old saying is, "Neh cast a clout 'til May is out." with the rider, "And June may be too soon." happy.gif

Still, we've not had a decent Summer since 2006.

I bet you're freezing a bit Vanessa at the moment, aren't you? I imagine that Jon's heating bill is through the roof as well!

P.S. For those of you not in the UK, the temperature in Oxford today is a mere 8C (~48F), way lower than it should be at this time of year. (It should be up to 15C/60F.)

 
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Chris
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May 5 2012, 8:47 PM 

Well thank goodness that I don't reside in the UK or else I would be one miserable man. I complain about our spring and summer seasons not getting warm enough living in the northeastern United States. But man, you British warm and hot weather lovers must go through hell, huh.

On a side note, I love it when women that wear sundresses sans undergarments. I think that is by far the best way for a woman to wear sundresses, IMO.


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EnglishGent
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Summer arrives on Tuesday.

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May 20 2012, 1:41 PM 

Apparently we're going to get sunshine and (relatively) warm weather from Tuesday!

Get your summer clothes out!

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Sansman
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May 6 2012, 1:23 AM 

Don't worry Vanessa, if it means anything, summer is having a hard time getting started here, too! It's stressing me, the last decade, by now, women would be rollerblading around in nearly nothing but protective gear!

 
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Vanessa Evans
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May 6 2012, 10:54 AM 

Thanks guys. Yes, our heating bills are high, but Jon's happy to pay them so that we can stay naked. I'm not expecting lots of warm sunshine but it's got to get warmer sometime soon.

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May 17 2012, 4:40 PM 

Is wearing nothing but a sundress about the naughtiness of it, its cooler or more practical or a combination?


 
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Vanessa Evans
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May 18 2012, 12:26 AM 

It's both. A nice, light weight, short, lose fitting, cotton summer dress with nothing underneath is about as cool as you can get without being naked. It's also a great feeling knowing how little you are wearing and that the slightest breeze could easily put your goodies on display to the world. It does wonders for your sex life if your boyfriend know how easily accessible you are.

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Sally Smith
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May 18 2012, 3:06 AM 

To answer your question Andrew, wearing a thin, short sundress with nothing underneath is about as close as you can get to being naked.
The material is very thin and also a bit see-through leaving people in no doubt that you have no underwear on.
Being such a lightweight material, you know that the slightest breeze will expose you.
I can't wait for some warmer weather to come, then it will be sundresses all the time.

 
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Sansman
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May 20 2012, 12:41 AM 

Sally, you should have been here today. I live in southeast Michigan, and it was spectacular!!! Sunny, 84 degrees, very low humidity and a light breeze. If it were like this 4-5 days a week year around, we'd be the most popular vacation spot in the states with all the fresh water lakes, rivers, streams and coastal beaches!!!

May it continue!

 
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Larry
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May 22 2012, 1:53 PM 

Hi /Sansman, I live in southeastern Michigan too Just above the northern suburbs.

 
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