Big Bad Blogger Challenge #4

Alice Chenaux now asks us:  “If there was someone you could trade places with for one day in Second Life, who would it be and why? Bonus points if you find this person and snap a picture with them!” This is hard to answer as  there really is not anyone I would like to trade places with.   For me, Second Life is very much about being and doing what I have created as my life in Second Life –  woman with a creative occupation whose life is unburdened by responsibilities, living somewhat a frivolous and self-indulgent life.   I would not mind logging in as Gidge for an hour and creating some folders for her to sort her inventory into because her inventory is one big long unsorted (ever) mess. Wherever a folder landed when opened, that’s where it’s at.  Then again, perhaps if it were orderly, she might not find anything. What I would really love to do is one of those operations where you can see the desktop of someone else’s computer while they are still there – and see how a few of the jewelers I so admire actually do what they do. I mean, how do they work with such tiny prims, how do they make them so small? How can they see what they are doing? Their work astonishes and amazes me and I would love to be able to watch them work through their eyes. As luck has it, I do have photos of some of the marvelous jewelers who make Second Life much more beautiful for me though I have not yet shot the jeweler who made the lovely necklace in earrings for this outfit.

The top is from Kunglers – one I picked up at the Fashion Expo. It’s one of those delightful breezy, bright summery tops that can be worn with pants or a skirt. The skirt is from DeLa – also purchased at the Fashion Expo and frilly and fun with prims galore. The shoes are Courtisane Devoue sandals and extravagantly ornamented with ribbons.

The jewelry is from Twinkleberry and I have sent a note to her to get her to pose for me, too. It’s delicate, whimsical and fun as always. The skin is the magnificent June line from Curio. This particular makeup is called Doe and is as fresh and innocent as a fawn.

****STYLE NOTES******
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  • Poses: Reel Expression
  • Skin: Curio June Doe R
  • Eyes: Poetic Color Night Forest
  • Lashes: Lelutka Diva Prim Lashes
  • Hair: : Laqroki Baby
  • Nails: Fleur Sunset SHimmer Nails
  • Top: Kunglers Clarice – Rose
  • Skirt: Dela Ruffle Skirt Andrea
  • Shoes: Courtisane Devoue Sandal
  • Jewelry: Twinkleberry Fiore III

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