What's in a name?

What’s in a name? That which we call ciabatta by any other name would still smell as tasty and wholesome when hot out of the oven. Okay, I confess I am so confused by the name of this gown from Sascha’s Designs that she will be releasing in several colors this week? It’s called Ciabatta and the only ciabatta I know of is the wonderful Italian sourdough bread.  This dress makes me think of many thinks, lakes, moonlight, flowers and romance. It does not make me think of artisan breads.  Okay, maybe a toasty brown version of this dress could be called ciabatta.

Don’t get me wrong. I love ciabatta. It’s soft and delicious and flavorful and has a hard, crunchy crust.  Yummy! But the bread is rustic and this is elegant. The bread should have a hard crispy crust, this is soft and satiny.  Ciabatta is light and airy and full of holes….aha!!!! That must be it!!!

Well, it may be full of holes, but they are discreetly placed with a structured design that keeps what needs covering covered.

The necklace and earrings I got at the Jewelry Fair a few months back…but don’t they look as though they were made for this dress. The flowers in the necklace mirroring so beautifully the floral braided straps in the dress.

****STYLE NOTES******
Promotional Copies are denoted by a Bold R

  • Poses: Long Awkward Pose
  • Skin: Dernier Cri Lina Aqua
  • Eyes: Poetic Color Night Forest
  • Lashes: CyberNetic
  • Nails: Symphony Skins Nails
  • Hair: Ticked Pink Katie
  • Dress: Sascha’s Designs Ciabatti Turquoise R
  • Shoes: R2 Kanaloa Peppermint
  • Jewelry: Primalot Antique Jewelry Set Waterside, Chey’s Silver Turquoise Bracelet

One thought on “What's in a name?

  1. Sascha Frangilli

    Whahahahaha, you made me laugh so loud! Yes, it is a silly name. And yes, I love this fluffy ciabatta bread too.
    But try to make up names for dresses…… it’s soooo hard! 😉 Sometimes it is harder to come up with a name for a dress, then to make it.
    So I do come up with silly names and please, if you have any other suggestions, please drop me a notecard!


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