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Nissa Nightfire in the Second Life World

Calico and LoveLace


This is an outfit that came together fairly effortlessly, and that I just adore. And — I get to talk to you about something new-ish, and something not so terribly old. The look actually started with these very interesting and well-done sleeves, which are not new at all — but were new to me, and I absolutely fell in love with them. Since I didn’t think I could really put together a fashion post with sleeves alone, the hunt for the rest of the look began.

What better piece than a corset to go with the sleeves? And what better corset to use than one from the LoveLace collection at Pixel Dolls? I chose this one for the coloring, but every single corset in the collection is delectable — and very reasonably priced!

The actual new-ishness (at least at the time I took this picture) is the fabulous new hair from Calico Ingmann Designs. This is my very first hair from Calico (gasp!) I’ve been eyeing many of her pieces for some time now, but this terrific dreadlocked style pushed me over the edge. It had a drama that I thought was perfect for this look. You can’t tell from the picture, of course, but the whole head of hair has a wonderful movement to it. Now that I’ve broken the ice, you are sure to see a few more of these hairs on my head đŸ™‚

Corset and Skirt: Pixel Dolls
Vanity Sleeves: SiniStyle
Boots: Shiny Things
Earrings: Cihuae!
Tattoos: Garden of Ku
Hair: Calico Ingmann Creations ~Kenzy ~Sunset
Skin: Curio ~ Opaline ~Perse
Eyes: Miriel ~shallow end
Poses: Long Awkward Pose


April 7, 2009 - Posted by | fashion, MV-SL-Fashion

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