This sweet little St Pats number is avail at Simply Brittnee as well as some cute hair (not worn) . If you’ve got a party and are looking for something fun to wear, I liked the festive shamrock pattern on this a lot.
I’m wearing the men’s shirt – so see there is something for boys too.
Possibly my curves are stretching out the texture (insert giggle).
Be sure to pick up the SHAMROCKED skin from Frick, a must wear on St Pat’s!
***no review items worn***
Gidge Custom Shape by Hatchy Mills
Skin – Frick Shamrocked in PEACHES tone
Hair – CAKE – Sugar (long) Tipped Leaf
Eyes – Shamrock Eyes from Onrez (can’t find creator)
Okay, sometimes when I am trying to shove the sweater drawer closed and cursing under my breath as I lean again the dresser, I guess I think there is such a thing as one sweater too many, but other than that – no, it’s impossible to have too may. Sweaters are transformative. This sweater, from Sysy Chapman, changed my jeans and t-shirt from a simple jeans and tee combo into an Outfit. Now instead of looking like I grabbed the first things that showed in my inventory, it looks like I planned and thought about what I wore. That’s what sweaters do, they keep you warm and make you look planned and put together.
Regular readers know I there are a few designers that simply flip my switches. What they do just appeals to me on a different level than most fashion. Most designs that I like, I can admire and evaluate relatively objectively. If it’s reasonably priced, I will buy it. If not, I won’t. Then there are those whose designs disconnect my brain from my wallet and blow my budget. They do something unique and new. Their clothing doesn’t remind me of anyone else. It’s wholly their own. LadyThera Taurog of Lady Thera’s Art & Fashion is one such designer and if ever there were a case of brain disconnection, it is this dress.