It’s pretty clear that with the many Sn@tch separates we can put together all sorts of looks, but let’s not forget that we can also take pieces of outfits and mix with separates for an entire new look as well. For example, the cocktail dance dress that Gidge blogged the other day is a perfect resource for mining for ingredients in a new look. Here, I take the bodice and sleeves and mix with a sash from Personal and a skirt from Sn@tch for a new look.
The fabulous skirt is made with three sculpts so that it moves with, not against, your own movements. Full-length sculptie skirts are tricky – breaking them at the knees and using separate prims really addresses that challenge. The handkerchief hem gives the dress visual interest while enabling the break in the sculpts to be completely hidden.The sash from Persona brings the skirt and top together in a dressier way than tucking a top into a skirt at the waist.
The necklace from Kunglers and the hair from MiaMai both are very contemporary and suit the contemporary shape of the skirt.
The makeup was done by Chaisuki – the new Vienna release that comes with so many options a person could get lost in the choices.
Promotional Copies are denoted by a Bold R
- Poses: Reel Expressions
- Skin: Chaisuki Vienna 08 Cream R
- Eyes: Shine Covet Gold Sage
- Lashes: Lelutka Diva Prim Lashes
- Nails: Love Soul
- Hair: MiaMai Hairbase and Krea Updo R
- Top: part of Sn@tch Dancing After
- Skirt: Sn@tch Daydream Skirt R
- Shoes: Kookie City Wedges
- Sash: Persona Helena Sash White
- Jewelry: Kunglers Bambu Black R