I like subtle shifts in tone. As much as I love rich saturated colors, I also love the neutral tans, beiges, and ecrus. The ALT Cadet Dress comes with a color change HUD that lets me choose bold colors or subtle ones. I gravitated toward the subtle this time.
There’s something so summery and fun about a shift dress and the ones at Coco are amazing. This Red Art Print version is fun and vibrant. The picture print is so whimsical and then adding the big flowers, you end up with something that makes me smile.
Another fun set from Accessory Fair is Ruchica’s Mena necklace and earrings. I wore it with this bold and graceful Luna dress from Chantkare. I love how beautifully the skirt falls when I move.
For the avant garde, one place that must be on your list is Finesmith. Whether it’s jewelry or other accessories, Finesmith has innovative and inspired designs. For today, I am featuring Finesmith’s Rissa Demure which includes earrings, a necklace and an eye piece worn with this lovely ball gown from Baiastice.
If you have already gone to the Accessory Fair and think you have seen it all, you haven’t. Indy & Co. just released Indyra Seigo’s contribution to the Accessory Fair as she was ill. You are probably more familiar with her clothing for Indyra Originals, but she also has a shoe line called Coquette Noir and the jewelry line called Indy & Co. The Farouk Necklace and Earrings are a bold addition to the many Egyptian-inspired pieces at the Accessory Fair and make an elegant transition from ancient to modern fashion.
I will be showing you several pieces in this post, so I wanted a perfect dress to highlight jewelry. I chose the Rosalie gown from Miao as it’s a perfect foil for jewelry with v-neckline and classic shape. It has a modern touch with a wide beaded waistband. Coming with a sculpt or flexi-skirt it allows you the option of the movement of flexi or the photographic charms of sculpts.
Ooooooookaayy.. *hangs head in shame* I feel horrible.. I was one of the lucky 30 bloggers selected for The Accessory Fair this year.. It is running from Saturday, June 11th at 1PM SLT to Sunday, June 26th at midnight (12 AM) SLT… and I am just now getting to blog it.. RL has been very very VERY busy and I just havent had time for SL.. BUT!! I am bring to you now a glance at what there is to offer at the fair for the next week!!
Before getting to the goods… 1st… A little about the fair.. Accessory Fair 2011 by GIA is a two-week charity event based on the theme “Ancient Egypt”. It features 45+ of SL’s top accessory designers offering over 60 exclusive Relay For Life® of SL creations… 2 full sims… and all is going for a good cause!! You can read more about it here http://accessoryfair.glance-international.com/
Now!! Onto the pice from the GLANCE ACCESSORY FAIR 2011!!!! <33333333
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EverSea is a wonderful sim created by Grace Loudon who has built some amazing sims including Steiglitz for Fashion For Life, Rivet Town and of course, EverSea and EverWind. I poked about one of the houses for rent and if I were in the market for an historic home from the pre-industrial era, I would definitely look there. It sure is a fun place to take pictures – such as these shots of some new releases for Accessory Fair and a dress from L’Abel.
Kunglers Extra is the sisters’ fabulous jewelry line. Known for finding inspiration in nature, Kunglers’ jewelry is as bold, brash and beautiful as a tropical garden.
There are a lot of treasures to discover at Accessory Fair 2011. Though most have focused like a laser beam on the Ancient Egypt inspiration, sYs has taken some of the forms of the past and brought them into the future. For example, this head piece may look so very modern, but imagine in in gold with some gemstones inlaid and it would not be too far different than the helmets worn in ancient Egypt. I don’t know if Egyptians wore butterfly tattoos, but I love the sYs Holotattoo on my back.
I went to Insilico thinking it a perfect setting for the outfit and found these stairs that made me think of climbing a pyramid.