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I wear normal clothing while travelling the grid, things I would wear in my day to day life. Here’s some sweet examples:
Tunic Dress from Hal*hina
Classical dress peacock green from Hal*hina
Classical dress beige from Hal*hina
And for thos ewhimsical moments:
Thumbelina in pale rose from Wishbox
Skin: variations of Painted – Lucy from Ugly Duck
Ponytail hair with Wishbox clothes: Tina from Hal*hina
Other hair: Lemon from Analog Dog
These amazing poses are made by Del May
I love skins and shapes. I have a vast collection. One of the reasons I enjoy my skins and shapes so much, is that it can change your image so dramatically with little effort.
I recently changed my standard image, much to the surprise and sometimes horror of my SL friends. I did this for a number of reasons I won’t bore you with here, however the end result is good, and I use it for all my blog photographs. EXCEPT THESE ONES.
She is not tall or a classic beauty, however I am quite fond of this combination, I think she is very sweet.
You will notice that all my photographs have different windlight settings. This is one of the joys of Secondlife – you can change your light settings to suit yourself, dependent upon your mood, your graphics card, your skill at tweaking settings: upon a multitude of things
Isn’t it nifty? This is the same skin with various light effects, which you can also do
This one is a bit more harsh, but I do like it. Please remember that this skin is ULTRA PALE and I have played with light.
Skin: Lucy in Ultra Pale from Idiosyncracy @ Skin & Shape Expo 09
Shape: Laney by Silhouette @ Skin & Shape Expo 09
Hair: Cordelia in slate grey by Hal*hina
Clothing: Sweet floral bikini – Purple Roses by December
As the southern hemisphere brightens its day and heads into summer days, our northern hemisphere friends feel the first breezes and chill mornings that will herald winter.
Sissy Pessoa of Baiastice presents the first of her Autumn collection. Here follows a tiny sampling 🙂
Black leather skirt with Fall Pull black
Coordinated with new release boots from LAQ
Enough for warming up on a cooler day
Gilet top in red
And something for the summer bunnies….
Weakling in cian
Clothing: Black skirt, black pullover, red gilet jacket and blue corset from Baiastice
Boots: knee high boots in black from LAQ
Skin: Vixen in comet from Curio
Hair: Tina in honey from Hal*hina
Jewellery: L’Chaim earrings and necklace from Earthstones
My first ever purchased skin in Secondlife was made by Gala Phoenix. Her products have evolved since then, today these are probably one of the best known line of skins in world.
Vixen in Comet
Curio skins manage to capture mood every time
The body is as well detailed as the face, however you will have to try some demos to see more 🙂
Available in a wide range of skin tones and makeups
Skin: Vixen Comet by Curio (Gala)
Shape: Pearch by Mandala
Hair: Tina in Honey by Hal*hina
Clothing: Leah nighty in Ivory by Skin Flicks
Further travels through the Skin & Shape Expo 09 broughyt me to Tuli. A new release for the Expo, Bella:
Bella is serene, classic, realistically textured and a pleasure to wear
Ensure you choose your shape to match your skin
Skin: Bella in Dark Tan Natural from Tuli
Shape: Pearch by Mandala
Hair:Viloa in caramel by Hal*hina
Clothing: Liz Mini by Skin Flicks
Late last night I visited the new Glance Agency sim – at last I could get in there! I figured that the fashion shows were finished so I would wander. I found a store I did not know, and I met an interesting person at the Fashion Show, because it was in fact still running.
Aurelia Scarpulla is the artist behind Wardrobe Outfitters, a unique, artistic and refreshingly *different* line of elegant formal dresses.
Don’t Leave Me Hanging baby
I Don’t Dine
Perfect for lounging around a fantasy water world
Lovely, lovely texturing
Dancing a la young J Travolta
Excellent construction, no embarrassing pokey prims
All clothing from Wardrobe Outfitters
Skin: Beach 2 series from curio
Jewellery: Mighty Heart series from Persona
Shoes: Silvera in black from DeLa @ The Deck
Hair: Viola in caramel from Hal*hina – this is from the 2nd anniversary Bag D situated outside the front of the store in a display area
I received a notecard this morning from Sayuri Cremorne of Sugarcube when I was barely awake, so hurried off to see her exclusive new item at Switch Mall.
She also wrote that there were new stores with excellent pricing, so I just had to take a wander around:D and this is what I found! A new (for me) store, Beetlebones – lush vibrant clothing, a look for any time of day, jewelled colours, sure to brighten anyone’s day!
Bring Slexy back range
I Ate Tarzan range
Love pink, can’t help it
All clothing from Beetlebones @ Switch Mall
Skin: Beach series from Curio
Hair: Tina in honey by Hal*hina
Jewellery: necklace and bangles by Fabulous
Shoes: Silvera in black by DeLa @ The Deck
Out on the wiley, windy moors
We’d roll and fall in green.
You had a temper like my jealousy:
Too hot, too greedy.
How could you leave me,
When I needed to possess you?
I hated you. I loved you, too.
Ayura Freschi of Lo*momo has created this design, whispy, fragile, feminine and newly released.
Available in a variety of colours
also appropriate for a sunnier day
new hair shown here, from Hal*hina
All clothing new releases from Lo*momo
Hair: All hair from Hal*hina, available from the 2nd Anniversary bags to be purchased from the front courtyard of the store
Shoes: Akamai in sliver by R2
Skin: Beach 2 by Curio
At 50 L a piece, what are you waiting for 🙂 There is one tiny trick though – look for the blue things, these are marked down to 50 L. Some yummy things, true to Marni’s talent and whimsical design style, but also elegant whilst a wee bit cheeky and fun.
Swimming cozzie – Bettle Juice
a splash of contrast
Summer party frocks
All clothing from Royal Blue
Shoes from Royal blue, except for black stilettos, which are from Stiletto Moody
Skin: Beach 2 from Curio
Hair: Tina in honey blonde from Hal*hina as part of the 2nd anniversary Lucky Bag D
It is indeed a pleasant surprise to see a designer with a sense of humour, clearly exhibited in their designs. As you will be aware form the many bloggers posting about Donna Flora, she makes truly elegant and luxuriously finished dresses. However, she also makes the quirkiest dresses, all accessorised!
Teacup Dress, guaranteed to make you chuckle
Mimma Dress, perfect for a spot of gardening
Front and back views of Mia
All clothing and jewellery by Donna Flora
Gold shoes: metallic pumps in gold from Detour
Skin: Beach 2 from Curio
Hair: Tina in honey blonde from Hal*hina