Que le vaya bien.


Adios a Mexico, Distrito Federal, lo faltaremos mucho. It’s always said to hear that another sim is leaving. I know there is a cycle and new sims are born and old ones get sold, remade and revived sometimes, but I would love to get new sims and still keep old sims. I don’t know the reason D.F is closing or when its last day will be, but I am going to shoot a few sets there before it goes. Distrito Federal, or DF, is a sim based on Mexico City, but many of its charms come from navigating the underground and exploring the powergrid. There are many levels to the city and you should explore them before it’s gone.

For my exploration I wore a light, semi-sheer top from Lelutka called Mariya. I chose some wide-leg pants from Jane and a capelet from Vogue which they call the Kate Winter Jacket. The shoes you see are from House of Fox and were available during the Platinum Hunt, but never fear, there are other colors available in the store from soft pastels to bold primary colors.


The capelet comes with matching gloves and bangles. The ring is from Kunglers, part of the Anemone set.


The hair is from Shag and is called Bombshell.


The skin is from PXL Creations, the eyes are a new release from Amacci and the earrings are also from Kunglers, a match to the ring.

***STYLE NOTES******

  • Poses: Del May
  • Skin: PXL Creations Gaia
  • Tattoo Makeup: PXL Creations Gaia Copper Lips, Sienna Eyes
  • Eyes: Amacci Gaze Eyes
  • Lashes: Lelutka
  • Hair: Shag Bombshell
  • Top: Lelutka Mariya Blouse
  • Jacket: Vogue Kate Winter Jacket & Gloves (with bangles)
  • Pants: Jane zooey wide leg
  • Shoes: House of Fox
  • Jewelry: Kunglers Anemone
  • Location: Mexico, DF: maps.secondlife.com/secondlife/Mexico%20Distrito%20Federa…

1 thought on “Que le vaya bien.

  1. Harper Ganesvoort

    Great ensemble, as ever; but I’m going to dwell for a moment on the Mexico DF sim itself. (You can get to the sim at http://maps.secondlife.com/secondlife/Mexico%20Distrito%20Federal/176/245/78.) I’ve visited there several times in the past, and have found almost all of it fascinating. It’s a wild, wonderful mix of the ancient, the modern and the visionary, and it will be a loss to us when this one closes. I’m hoping that the neighboring Ciudad de Mexico won’t be closing any time soon, but I’ll be exploring and photographing them both tonight, as I should have been when I originally got the news a week ago from Flickr.

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