Second Life allows everyone to dress anyway they like, whether it be casual, fantasy or formal, there are no real limitations on how we can express ourselves with fashion. I once met a man in Second Life – a customer at one of my previous jobs – he was buying a suit from me, and explained that in RL he wore overalls and jeans everyday as he was a builder…but in Second Life he only wore suits, that for him the ability to dress up was his escape from RL and that he always longed for the past where Men and Women would dress up a lot more often.

This Lilani gown by Rebel Hope Designs makes me think of those past decades, its style and details are very stylish and 1930′s inspiring silhouette wise. It definitely makes for a very glamorous look, and with the added sexy factor that Lilani has with the plunged back, and the collared neckline, then draping down very close to the breasts, which reveal at the sides, but still keep that sense of seeing but not seeing illusion.

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Poses by : Avant 

Equipment Used:

VR Studio 3.0 and HUD and Library for location shoots – VR Foundry Mainstore , VR Foundry @ The Deck


Ellis – LeLutka


Natural Curl Sculpted Lashes – LeLutka

Skin Worn:

Leah – Glam Affair 


16Black – BarberYumYum


Lalani Gown – Rebel Hope Designs


Saffron Pumps – LeLutka 


Square Chunky Earrings – Rebel Hope Designs 

Agroglyphe Bracelet – Bliensen + MaiTai

Nails – Leverocci