Satin sheets and Silk Pyjamas
Hi lovely Gentlemen and sometimes ladies I love Satin sheets but most clients never actually get into the bed just on top so they never get to see and feel my satin sheets, I am more than willing to show you them, to me they are so sexual just the feel and touch send shivers down my spine and that is something I would like to do for you.
There seems to be a trend at the moment for silk pyjamas, guess what (I know) I bought a beautiful Black pair with my name embroidered on (not that I would forget my name) let me say its not about the pyjamas its about the things waiting for you underneath (tempting I know).
These Fabrics have a divine and soft elegance, they melt on us like a second skin in a slight caress. Used mainly for nightwear, satin and silk are becoming more popular and thus are giving away to a fashion without compromise in daylight as well as at night!
When my friend told me silk pillowcases were healthier for hair than cotton ones, my ears perked up through the tangly mop atop my head. I was intrigued, as sleeping happens to be the majority of my hair care routine. It worked. Not only for hair but wrinkles!! I certainly do not want them.
The production of silk originated in China in the Neolithic period although, it would eventually reach other places of the world (Yangshao culture, 4th millennium BC). Silk production remained confined to China until the Silk Road opened at some point during the latter part of the 1st millennium BC, though China maintained its virtual monopoly over silk production for another thousand years.
Satin and Silk best worn in the Boudoir but not for sleeping purposes wink wink you know what I mean.
Kristina J Silk does for the body what diamonds do for the hands I like both xx