I have mentioned more than once that I am not very fond of babydoll dresses, so imagine my surprise when I fell for this gorgeous babydoll at Mika. There was an element of surprise in that Mika is known for dancer/showgirl wear. It’s where we got our fan dancer outfits. But the big surprise was how attractive and elegant this babydoll dress looked. Elegant is not the word I associate with babydolls, but that is the word for this one. It is the gorgeous draping in the bodice and the lovely fabric that make this so elegant. However, to really appreciate how truly excellent it is, you have to see those prims in motion – it’s an amazing piece of work. The attention to detail that creates elegance even extends to the ribbon edged hem. Truly a great example of how what seems quite simple on the surface becomes, through careful detailing and devotion to excellence, a work of art.
The platform pumps from Bijou are an excellent shoe choice. These are relatively new Baiastice shoes and so adorable I splurged on the fatpack.
The Pearl Rain necklace and earrings from Mandala and a simple headbanded Anise hair style from Truth complete the look.
In keeping with the subdued color palette of the dress, I opted for the coffee lipstick option for my PXL July skin.
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- Poses: Glitterati
- Skin: PXL Nat DE Coffee
- Eyes: PXL Creations Glow Yellow Green R
- Lashes: Lelutka Diva Prim Lashes
- Hair: Truth Anise
- Dress: Mika Babydoll Peridot Green
- Shoes: Baiastice PlatBijou
- Jewelry: Mandala Pearl Rain