Sunday, April 21, 2013

lassitude & ennui - new dress and boots for Fantasy Faire 2013!


Yes it's that time of the year - Fantasy faire time! For the fifth year in a row, the Fantasy Faire is happening in Second Life! A charity event benefiting Relay for Life, the Fantasy faire brings together an amazing selection of SL creators with all sorts of fantastic styles. For this year's faire, I've made some pretty doll dresses and medieval style embroidered boots. All the details after the cut!




For the dolls, and the innocent souls who wander too deply into wonderland - a strapless mesh dress with fluffy tulle overskirt and a corsetted back, and its matching cropped jacket. Dress and jacket are sold separately, and available in 8 colors, two of which are 100% donation to Relay for Life.

Available in standard sizes. The dress is 280L$, the jacket 140L$ - and of course a fatpack is available at a reduced price. Permissions mod / copy / no trans - rigged mesh can't be resized, but! you can rename and tint it. Please try the free demo before buying! The silhouette is tight-laced and exagerated, so please make sure you like the result by trying the free demo.



For the elven / medieval crowd - soft suede boots with embroidery inspired by medieval scrollwork, all hand-drawn. Available in seven colors - the crimson one shown on the poster is 100% donation to Relay for Life. As always, standard sizes, copy / mod / no transfer, 280L$ for one color. Please try the free demo! Ladies sizes only, for now - but I hope to release them in men's sizes as well pretty soon.

Take a taxi to Fantasy Faire until April 29th!

As with all popular events - please be considerate of others, and remove unneeded scripted attachments. At each landing point at the faire, there are free low-lag avatars available. And if you can't make it to Fantasy faire, fear not - everything will be available in my main-store and on the marketplace after the event ends. (But really, you're missing out on some stunning sims, and some of the best shopping around!)

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