CREDITS: Hair by Fab-U-Lous | Clothing by Imbue | Clutch by Cashmere | Shoes by Angel Alphaville | Skin by Meghindo’s [NEW] | | Earrings by Eluzion
Happy Friday Fashionistas!
I love the weekends in SL because it’s always filled with shopping and events galore. I got my “weekend” underway with a trip to the Skin and Shape Expo. Major kudos to the organizers for putting together an event that is easy to navigate and with very little lag (and I went at different times of the day).
I nabbed a few skins and a shape, which I will share over the next few posts. But for now, I wanted to show off a cute tattoo layer from L. Fauna. In real life, I have a slight gap in-between my front teeth. When I saw this item available at the Skin and Shape expo, I just had to have it!
Making me smile even more is this AWESOME jumpsuit from Cashmere. I love the color and the simplicity of the whole look. A winning combination to make anyone SMILE!
Good Evening My Stylish Readers!
Just another day on the grid. Exploring new places. Taking location shots. Ahh, I am very exhausted. I just want to cuddle up with a fluffy robe, a hot cup of coca, and some cookies.
Cashmere is also good for cuddling. The soft feel of it against my skin is so luxurious. So is shopping at Cashmere. Simply put, it is pure luxury. I have tons of goodies from here– and yes I squeeze my fat ass into every single one of them. The skinny pant runs rampant here and we know us curvy girls shouldn’t wear skinny pants. But it’s SL, so I can get away with it *sticking my tounge out*.
I love pink. I love animal print. What a great way to combine the two! A great pink, skinny pant paired with an animal print shirt complete with a skinny, pink tie. My Periquita flats were a great addition to the look. A simple pair of earrings from KessKreations were perfect since they were color change. Pink champagne.. hmm… how apropos!
This dress is striking. The animal print trim juxtaposed against the abstract design makes an interesting combination. Soft, flowy, and attention grabbing, quite typical of a Cashmere design. The customizable stiletto by hoorenbeck worked well here as I tinted the shoe to match the mix of blues in the halter pattern. A sleek, side-do from Frangipani sealed the deal and kept me in the lap of luxury.
I will say that the prim skirts in many of the outfits from Cashmere were made for very “thin” frames. So there may be some mod time needed for those curvier AVs. Also note that Cashmere does skins and shoes as well. So to keep the look of luxury working from head to toe, perhaps you can check them out.
Until next time,