This is just a quick bloggie to tell you that yesterday I bought these new mesh leggings from Maitreya and I can’t take them off! I love how well they fit and they make my legs look a mile long!!! They come in several colors and you can wear them with or without the attached boots. My hair is from Catwa, my earrings are from Earthstones and my shirt is from Zaara. I have more things coming this week….the new spring collection from Vera Modero and some very pretty lingerie from Taste 🙂 Keep checking back or better yet, hit that subscribe button!!!
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Well, I didn’t find this week’s color, particularly difficult, however photographing it turned out to be the challenging part of this blog. My hard drive died not long ago, and I have a brand new computer and I am using the new Exodus viewer, both of which are making my life a little difficult LOL. Since I have my new computer and have started using Exodus, it is much easier for me to wear mesh now and I love it!!!! This dress is Fling from Chain and Vine. If you haven’t visited Chain and Vine, they have some very nice mesh pieces. My hair is Eva from Catwa, my skin is Lyra from Dream Ink, my jewelry is the Lia Crystal set from EarthStones, my eyeliner and eyeshadow are from Chelle. My shoes are from G Field. I am done traveling for a while and my computer is fixed, so I will be blogging more! Have a good week everyone!
When I received this new dress, Delilah, from Dilly Dolls, I was inspired to try to style it as a Rockabilly look. I have been seeing tons of blog posts for the Vintage Fair, but nothing Rockabilly…so here is my attempt 🙂 What is Rockabilly? Well, modern day Rockabilly style imitates and somewhat modernizes the original style worn in the 50’s. The original Rockabilly style was made popular by artists such as Elvis, Buddy Holly, and Bill Haley that sang music that was a combination of Rock and Hillbilly (Country). Delilah is the perfect dress for Rockabilly. It has the sweetheart bodice with a touch of cheetah print, and a nice full skirt that accentuates a tiny waist. My hair is Pin Up from Vanity Hair. This is called a Victory Roll Hairstyle. The name comes from a fighter pilot maneuver, and was a wildly popular style in the 50’s. Ladies would sleep with pin curls in their hair all night that would result in rolls in the hair. The rolls would then be pinned into elegant styles. My tattoo is “Such is Life” by Glue Ink. My retro sunglasses are from Dark Mouse. My pearls are from Earthstones and my skin is from Exodi.
For this color, I challenged myself to find something that I already had in my inventory. I found this sexy dress called Leaf from Snowpaws. The halter top and the sarong style skirt gives it a very tropical feel. I love the color against my tan skin from Dream Ink, Isabella (featured at the 2011 Skin Fair right now). My earrings and bracelet are part of the Falling Leaves set from Earthstones. My shoes are Femme Fatale from Taboo, and my hair is Exile’s Wild Orchid.