Tag Archives: The Skinnery

HERE WE GOOOOO….

Sing that title like Jane’s Addiction and then you’ll know how excited I am for this round of The Arcade which opens up on the first.

I’m READY. I’m so excited because once again some of my favorite creators have created the lovely little details that make me SL complete and help me tell the story of pixel Gidge. For instance today she’s a disobedient school girl with her smokes ready to go. Continue reading

Soldier Girl

B.C.C. is offering adorable toy soldier suits at THE ARCADE this round, and this one is a SECRET RARE. So I’m letting The Secret OUT! I really was delighted by it when I opened it up. I love nutcrackers and toy soldiers, I always have to have them at the holidays for decorating. There is so much this round to share, I hardly know where to start. Continue reading

Overbite – Or Don’t Interrupt Me While I’m Primping

Oh I do get very bad tempered if you interrupt me while I’m doing my hair face.  Very.

“Becoming a vampire means changing your identity completely.”

                                          ~ Park Chang-Wook

gidge is wearing:

Lashes: Amacci – Eyelash Tattoo 6
Hair: TRUTH HAIR Betsy
Skin: theSkinnery] Gemma 6 (champagne) TAG GACHA
Eyes: IKON Eternal Eyes – Iris (S)
Nails: Twisted Peach

Guest Stylist: Maeve Byron

Guest Stylist Maeve Byron

It’s been a while since we have featured a guest stylist here at It’s Only Fashion, but after I ran into Maeve Byron at the Mahrathon this weekend, I had to ask her to volunteer. She said she liked the blog, so of course, I wanted to feature her. Besides, she was a generous supporter of the Mahrathon – which raised 322,000 lindens for Heifer International. Yay!

According to Maeve, “I guess my style puts comfort as the main priority. Although fashion blogs like A Passion For Virtual Fashion, Juicybomb and of course It’s Only Fashion have inspired me, I don’t really jump on cutting edge style; I prefer a more classic look…maybe it’s an age thing. I like to look smart, tasteful, cute and approachable.”

I think she succeeds. Don’t you?

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