New Year’s Eve was a night for dancing and just as I always do when I dress for dancing, I thought about how the clothes would look while shimmying and shaking across the floor. For that reason, I seldom wear system skirts for dancings as the distorted textures when you dance can so ruin the line of a dress. This also makes me wary of sculpties that flap around like broken wings on a baby bird. But flexis aren’t necessarily the solution as they can look like a tornado swirling round the floor. Of course, we all understand the limitations of clothing and forgive our dancing foibles…but I am always on the look for a great dance dress. This lovely white Alaska dress from Kunglers is ideal.
Of course, technically it’s not a dress, it’s pants with multiple feather prims, a pantsuit. However, it has the look, feel and flow of a dress. If it looks like a dress, walks like a dress and calls itself a dress, it’s a dress in my book. But a dress that gives you freedom of moment without silly stretches or flapping flexies.
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- Poses: Reel Expression Ana_Mations
- Skin: PXL Crys CatEyes Raspberry Lips R
- Eyes: Poetic Color Eyes Sunny Glade
- Lashes: CyberNetic
- Hair: Muism Mandy
- Dress: Kunglers Alaska R
- Shoes: Armidi Dalia
- Jewelry: FaiRodis Winter Crystal
looks ideal for a night out!!
It was; this was what she was wearing when I invited her to Frank’s private club for NYE. It works.