As I was searching for something to wear to the finals for the upcoming Mr. Virtual World next weekend, I put this look together in one of my favorite colors: blue. This took some work as pieces have been torn apart and put back together with pieces from other outfits that have various pieces attached to them
Featuring Redgrave’s new Edward skin, ear stud from Danielle, outfit by Mr. Poet and boots from GOS.
The earrings from Danielle comes in a gifting box. It consist of 2 pairs of earrings – one pair of crystal earring (as shown in the picture) and another pair with black diamond. Perfect gift for a friend!
The Hunger Games is making its way to SL this weekend as KMADD ushers in the look of Capitol Couture. Join us this Saturday at 12 p.m. SLT and let the games begin!
STYLE TIPS: If you are looking to make a dramatic statement, it is often best accomplished by incorporating one or two accent pieces. A bright, colorful accessory can really top off an outfit and help you achieve a look that is completely capitol couture.
For this post I thought I would shape things up a little and mix and match a few items to great a more Advant Garde style. With plenty of choices and hair to boot don’t be afraid to venture into women’s items. Nothing is impossible with a bit of imagination.
STYLE TIPS: Start with finding common traits in the shapes to merge the style, as shown here, bring together the spikes of the hair with the shoulder rods, not forgetting the smaller details like the ribbon from the boots. Straight lines can also be complimented by the curves taken from the lace edges of the pants, mesh mask, mesh arm band and the curvature in the hair.
One of the things I am super excited for is the new rush of mesh clothing for men. When mesh was first announcer I was unsure how I felt by it. I mean on one hand SL is moving forward and on another hand I knew it would talk male mesh items a little more time to grow. There is currently a survey out to help establish a Men’s Mesh Standard Sizing. There is already one in place for the woman but not for men. The survey can be found Here.
A collaborated post with the talented Zachary Zufreur .
Informal attire, also called international business attire or business formal is a dress code, typified by a suit and necktie, for men. On the scale of formality, informal attire is more formal than casual but less formal than semi-formal. It is more presentational than semi-casual, but offers more room for personal expression than semi-formal dress. Informal should not be confused with casual, not even smart casual — in loose common usage, many people refer to informal dress as semi-formal or formal and formal dress (in the technical sense — that is, white tie, black tie, and similar) as very formal; this usage is not accepted by authorities on dress codes. The technical definition of informal is used in this article.
Informal attire consists of, for men, a suit, the main components of which are a pair of trousers with a matching jacket. The suit is typically dark-coloured (with or without a pattern), grey, dark blue, brown, or black. The suit is worn with a long-sleeved shirt and a tie.
So, you might have noticed that I am wearing the same boots that I wore in my previous post. Intentional? But of course! When you find an item you really enjoy, a fatpack is well worth the investment. The versatility and variety can give you a number of options to create many unique looks!
As they say, accessories can make an outfit, and in this case it proved to be true. I started with the “Flying Fortress” classic aviator hat and goggles from Fashionably Dead and completely styled the rest of the outfit from there. Following your inspiration no matter the source can lead you somewhere you never expected – and create an exciting new look in the process.
Find great mesh items that have plenty of options, cuts, and fits.