Saturday, October 24, 2009
Friday, October 23, 2009
Sorry for not posting yesterday and posting so late today. I have been super busy IRL – catching up after three weeks of illness from H1N1 and trying to get things done by deadlines. I am still slammed and just tossing this up quickly. It’s a great dress from DeLa that features a pouf skirt with a contrasting pouf underskirt. I love the style of the dress, it’s shape and details. There’s one thing that might improve it…but only at the cost of an attachment point and I know how we all love our attachment points. I just thinknk it would be fun to have the underskirt pouf a separate item so if I bought two or three or four or more of these dresses, I could mix colors on my own. That would be fun! But saving attachment points has its value too and the color in the provided skirt is the optimum color choice. …It’s a darling skirt and fun and great for dancing.
Thursday, October 22, 2009
Wednesday, October 21, 2009
Tuesday, October 20, 2009
Since you only get the weather you want in SL, it’s warm and sunny and perfect for a little dress like this – one I forgot I had and discovered while cleaning out my inventory for the Yard Sale. I love the colors in the print and the briefer than usual band of print on the bodice. It’s a cute little dress, fun and lively.
Monday, October 19, 2009
A few weeks back there was some random muttering and plurking about garters coming from the plurkroom where Roslin Petion was preparing her newest releases for 5th & Oxford along with her business partner CJ Carnot. Now, you might wonder why someone would mutter and grumble about garters, but really, that’s a sign of a perfectionist at work. And what a perfectionist! I am just astonished by some of the details and craftsmanship in the new lingerie from 5th & Oxford under the line Little Miss. In this photo, I am wearing her Audrey Little Miss makeup and lingerie. I love that this skin is so delicate and not hard-bodied. It’s very soft and feminine.
There are also matching slips and stockings. The color I chose is blush which is one of my favorite lingerie colors because it’s so barely there.
Sunday, October 18, 2009
One of the most adventurous designers in Second Life™ is AnaLee Balut of ALB Dream Fashion. Not only does she play with wild colors and prints, but she also experiments with the form of SL clothing – from making heavy sculptie coats and robes, to long flowing Empire waist dresses and everywhere in between. Her Lotta series of dresses are breathtakingly beautiful – each and every one. This is the honeydew print – that has the desaturated subtlety of a watercolor. There’s also an orange and a blue dress – and they are equally stunning.