This gorgeous body suit from Baiastice is called Macrame. When you say macrame to me, that’s not what comes to mind.  To be honest, every time I see the word macrame, I think of this Portland restaurant called the Daily Planet – a burger and fries kind of restaurant/pub – that has these huge macrame plant and light fixture things hanging from the ceiling all made of jute. Now, imagine how years of fry-cooking grease-laden air will affect that jute rope they are made of and what it may look like if seldom cleaned and you will get an idea why I only went there once and why the word macrame is terribly unappealing. So, with my anti-macrame bias solidly on high alert, I tried on this outfit and was surprised by how lovely it is – and seriously, that’s lovely gorgeous beautiful lace – not macrame. And did I have fun mixing it up with some skirts.

First I added this gorgeous pouf from Prelude, part of her Ambrosia dress. In the flickr set, there’s also a snap of this with the always handy Persona sash. The shoes are Baiastice Mikaelle shoes.

I also paired it with the charming ALB Dior Impression Cloud skirt – part of a dress again. I tinted it to match. With a multi-layered classically elegant top like this Macrame top, you really could pair it with anything.

The hair is from Cake, the skin from Lelutka and the earrings are from lucas lameth.

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

  • Poses: Reel Expression
  • Skin: Lelutka Estelle Light Makeup 1
  • Eyes: Poetic Colors Night Forest Medium
  • Lashes: Lelutka Diva Prim Lashes
  • Hair: Cake Dakota
  • Top: Baiastice Macrame BodySuit Tan R
  • Skirt: Prelude Ambrosia Champagne (skirt) R
  • Skirt2: ALB Dior Impression Cloud
  • Shoes: Baiastice Mikaelle Shoes
  • Earrings: luc Athena Crystal Earrings

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