"Lavinia White was easily among the ten most beautiful women I had ever seen. She was a caramel-dipped Joey Heatherton. Her hair looked like you could comb it with a feather. Her skin looked like if you bit her, she'd taste like butterscotch pudding. In a cinched-in backless strapless white gauze potato sack of a dress that would make four out of five women look like a white gauze sack of potatoes, Lavinia White looked like an artist's rendering of the Original Sin."
Chapter 53 of Larry Duplechan's Eight Days a Week: