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Second Life can get so immersive that time just flies, that is how it has been the last few weeks for me. With such beautiful events taking place, and so many wonderful things going on, I felt like a spectator. Collabor88 has been going on for the majority of the month already and this theme with it being falling into fall inspired is a lovely one.

SySy’s first time – and hopefully many more times to come –  in this event, and the Chemise dress is just perfect for lovely autumn days. It will probably surprise her that I opted to blog in the pink, as the red and white, and navy and white are definitely my firm favourites. But I was remembering how pink the ad for this great hair from Exile – for My Attic – was, and I wanted to be sugar sweet too. Of course I ended up going with a combination blue and pink look that is fun. The stripes on the dress matched perfectly with my new toeless leggings I made for Flair.

In this pic I don’t have shoes on because I am actually wearing the NEW Clawnails from Slink as well. These are NEW add on item that fit over your toes – you turn off your regular nails with the Utilities hud in the feet folder BEFORE you add the claws – the more exciting part though is that they have adorable pawpads underneath that you can turn on and off, and also they work with nail appliers that you already have from stores. So cool.

In the other pic I am wearing a combination of two colours of the same dress. The Blair dress comes in two pieces, and While I really wanted to wear it with pants, without doing my own alpha that won’t be possible – and I was feeling lazy – but with another colour of the same item, I was able to get my plaid look going on. The Blair dress is also a My Attic item, so for now until 30th September its only 95L. The bag that helped inspired the look is by Boom and part of C88.

I got some NEW add on shoes today as well by Filthy, they are a great set of wedges and come with a tan and a black sole option, which is great for mixing and matching and making a transitional look from day to night.

The skin I am wearing is by Glam Affair, and there are so many options for brow colours and no brow options – I kind of dig this as an option because some people just have a brow style preference, and if someone is making brows then they get their day in the sun too.

The skin is called Angelica, and it was only last night I was talking about Angelica Huston to Newdoll in such praise that it seemed appropriate, even though I doubt the skin was named after her, most likely someone else, but hey it all connects in my head right.

The jewelley I have on is a mix of Yummy and LaGyo, both at C88 and both just darling. The ring and visor are texture change, and the visor is just such a novel item, it is a jewellers visor which probably has a way more technical name, but such an amazing idea as an accessory. The acorns and leaves jewellery by yummy is delicate and lovely, so make sure you grab all.

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Equipment Used:

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

Props, Furniture, Build :

Poses by:

Adorkable Poses (marketplace)

Eyes:

Ellis – LeLutka

Lashes:

Natural Curl Sculpted Lashes – LeLutka

Skin Worn:

Angelica – Glam Affair 

Avatar Enhanced Mesh Hands & Feet  – SLink

Avatar Enhanced Skin Appliers : Glam Affair 

Avatar Enhanced Nail Appliers : set 37 and set 136 – Flair 

Hair:

Sugar High – Exile @ My Attic 

Amanda – LaViere

Clothes:

Chemise Dress – SySy’s @ Colalbor88

Toeless Leggings – Flair 

Blair Dress – Faenzo @ My Attic 

Shoes/Boots:

Flore add ons for Slink Feet avatar enhanced versions only – Filthy 

Accessories:

Claw Nails (add ons for Slink Feet avatar enhanced versions only ) – SLink 

Tiny Acorn Earrings & Necklace – Yummy @ Collabor88

Valma Ring & Visor – LaGyo  @ Collabor88

Studio Tote – BOOM  @ Collabor88

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