As I was making the “Hearts” corsets this year, it was decided to release one in red and one in pink to see which color people seemed to like the most. Almost certain that most Valentine’s Day shoppers would go for red, I was surprised to find that the pink version won out.
After looking up the psychological aspects of these colors, I wonder if the nurturing, calming and romantic nature of pink isn’t just in higher demand these days than the strong, sexy and ambitious nature of red. Even this season’s Pantone colors are soft muted hues that invoke misty seas and teacups.
Tin’s next project? Spring, strapless, soft, feminine… maybe even a bit refined, why not?
TinRoof has finally entered the world of blogs!
More importantly, it’s because I made a new friend – a Second Life fashion blogger that opened my eyes to the numbers of people writing about Second Life fashion online. There is, apparently, an intricate network of writers that are following virtual fashion trends, sharing their personalized ensembles and expressing their opinions about new products.
We associate so intimately with our avatars, it makes sense that the fashion in Second Life would be just as important to us in-world as it is in our first lives. Interestingly, the in-world fashion scene often parallels the real-world fashion scene. We tend to follow the latest trends and buck the season’s fails, which has led Second Life to be used as a platform for “first life” fashion designers to market-test new ideas.
In this blog, I will share with you my TinRoof Fashion brand as well as my thoughts about fashion and designing in Second Life.
I hope you enjoy it.