I entered several sales events for Halloween this year. The red and black gown below is for the “Salem” event at Garden of Shadows. If you’re reading this on Halloween, you still have a few hours to go get it! It comes with a necklace and the glowing red particle effects that can be added.
This purple gown with black lace trim is for the free (yes I said FREE!) Blacklace hunt. If you are reading this on Halloween, hurry and go pumpkin hunting because that place is loaded with some amazing prizes! This one is split into three parts. You have find the shoulder raven, the mask, and dress in three different pumpkins. Happy hunting 🙂
This cute top is called “Skully”. It’s in the TinRoof mainstore and on marketplace for only 149L. If you celebrate Day of the Dead or Dia de los Muertos, this is perfect for you! The HUD has six colors to choose from. This is fitmesh for Slink, Belleza, Maitreya, and JOMO Fox and Werewolf. (I know, right?)
This is a shot taken from the Pranava Yoga Studio in SL at http://maps.secondlife.com/secondlife/Sapphire%20Skies/117/103/23.
Did you know that you can take yoga classes in Second Life? Yasmin tells me they have class at 2:00 p.m. SLT on Wednesday. What a great way to get us up out of our chairs at home while still feeling immersed in the virtual environment of SL!
I broke from the norm a bit this time and added some inspiring messages to this fit-mesh top. The HUD has six color/word choices on it including “Pray”, “Breathe” and more. So you can remember when you forget, and you can remind others so they don’t forget. How kind of you!
The mesh is made in standard sizes for classic avatars and fitted mesh for the following mesh avatars: Ebody, Ocacin, Maitreya, Belleza, TMP and Slink.
Be love, and pass it on.
This gown was created for the Enchanted Yule event at Garden of Shadows. A magical flurry of snowflakes will grace your shoulders as you walk through winter wonderland…
…because I pulled a Second Life fashion faux pas and made a sleeveless gown for winter! What was I thinking???
Since we can’t really freeze in a virtual winter, I decided to take a walk through the picturesque snow drifts @ The Forest and take a few photos catching “snowstars”! Hope you enjoy it.
Have you ever torn up a t-shirt to make a halter or tank top?
Have you ever torn up a t-shirt to make a halter or tank top? I’ve seen several of these on Pinterest and have meant to try my hand at making one. When I stumbled upon this mesh model, I just new that it HAD to be a tie-dyed t-shirt, torn and tied in the back with denim jeans. It would look so cute with cut-off shorts, so that may be my next project.
This is a Womenstuff Hunt prize, so I didn’t spend a lot of time with details. I may do another one with edge seams and more shadows to give it dimension. The hunt runs from April 1st (no joke) to the 30th. That sounds like a lot of time but there are well over a hundred stores, so you can hunt a handful of stores each day and never run out!
I purchased this mesh model with other plans in mind for it, but sometimes you open a box of textures and discover that it’s a match made in heaven. I love these brightly colored stripes and the linen-like texture of the fabric. A picnic table would have been a better background, but the horse was so pretty, I couldn’t resist capturing him in the background.
Embellished denim for that laaaaast stretch of summer. Lace sewn onto the pockets makes these shorts a bit frilly with vintage appeal.
-because sometimes we like to wear our lace on the outside-
Although you may see similar shorts on the grid, the textures on these shorts have been customized. I have taken great pains, as always, to change the denim fabric, buttons, stitching and other details to make this a unique product that you can wear proudly.
SIXTEEN sizes are included in the box. Yes! Sixteen!!! If you can’t get one of those to fit, I can’t help you. You’ve got the usual five standard sizes, plus fit-mesh compatible with Belleza, Maitreya, TMP, Eve, Slink and Tonic. Wahoo!
…the front panels reminded me of flower petals…
“Daisies” was inspired purely by the mesh model used to make this top. The shape of the front panels reminded me of flower petals and it just screamed “TinRoof” to me… so I bought it. The fabric is a breezy linen in six colors, though the black and white are actually my favorites. They go with anything!
In addition to the fabric texture, the buttons and the trim have also been customized.
*** A special color of this top can also be found hidden in the TinRoof main store for the Women’s Stuff Hunt until Aug 31st. ***