When I put on the wonderful flamenco-inspired dress Aibell from StoRin I fell in love with the skirt and its lovely form and structure. Flamenco made me think of Spain and of course of the magnificent traje de lus that a torero would wear in the bull ring. I had just the thing, an outfit from Bare@Rose that was typical Bare@Rose – complete and detailed and perfect from head to toe. Putting the two together seemed inevitable.
The skirt and headdress are from the StoRin dress – a creation for the widely acclaimed Fashion Designers Challenge – and I hope this picture captures its fluid grace. Some boots come with Bare@Rose outfit but this styling needed the femininity of the Bax Coen boots.
Here you can see the jacket detail with prim attaching every which way, on the shoulders, the upper arms, the foreams the chest and the spine. With all that you get puffy embroidered sleeves, collars and beautiful bows and lovelyshulder epaulettes. The detail is stunning and beautifully done – as rich as the Damascene inlay of Toledo, this fabric seems like it is inlaid with gold.
The hais is from Miriel and the skin – well what else could it be but Carmen from the Infinity line by Blowpop. It has the drama and the rich lushness of the famed Carmen and brings the elements all together beautifully.
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- Poses: StoRin
- Skin: Blowpop Infinity Carmen #5 R
- Eyes: Poetic Color Night Forest
- Lashes: Lelutka Diva Prim Lashes
- Hair: Miriel Artist Hair
- Blouse/Jacket: Bare@Rose Dama del Ruedo
- Skirt/Hair Band: StoRin – Aibell (FDC Team #15)
- Shoes: BAX Red Patent Ankle Boots