Friday, March 23, 2012

I AM 5

Today is my 5th rezday. Which is frightening. That's half a decade I've been playing Second Life. When I started playing, ain't nobody was 5 years old.
Last time I wrote any kind of Rezday post was 3 years ago, over at my dear friend Persephone's blog, Dressing in Pixels. If you promise not to laugh at appearances, here it is - an origin story. Really there's nothing I can do if you DO laugh, so, y'know. Do so if you want.
So I'm spending it in a Finnish rock club where no-one but the owner speaks English, as you do when you speak only English. They seem like a nice enough bunch. It's weird and a bit humbling being the foreigner.

The fellow in this picture is not Finnish. He SUCKS. He's, I'm pretty sure, my oldest friend in Second Life. Or the person I've known longest, or something like that. There's a picture of me taken when I was 2 days old, with him in the background, looking quite different. Gigantic white feathery wings, he had. 2007 was a different time. *nods*

Anyway, he's a bitch because he deleted his account some 3 years ago. I machine gunned him down, on a stage, beforehand. It was very dramatic. But like two day ago, he shows up, all "I'M ALIVE AGAIN NOW" and I was happy. I've missed him. It's not every day you find a nice straight guy to be platonic friends with. So here's this nice picture of us, after I've fixed him up, and it's fun because he's like a noob, but not. For instance, he didn't know about Third Party Viewers. Crazy. But he knows how to put clothes on, and that's a step-up from a lot of people I help.

So, something about a mixing of the old and the new, there. I'm happy to see him again after 3 years, and we both look different than in that old photo.

Here's to another 5 years!

Wednesday, March 21, 2012

Weekly Rainbow Parts: St Patrick's Blue

One of the notably fun things about being Englandish (other than being able to mangle the language like that with confidence) is that Ireland holds very little romance for me. They're literally just the guys next door, like France but not as frighteningly foreign. When my American in-laws expressed an interest in visiting Ireland when they were next over here, I was like "Why? It's  like here except smaller and with more charming accents and a less stable currency!". Consequentially, St Patrick's Day isn't that much of a big deal here, although admittedly more of a big deal than St George's day, but that probably has more to do with having an excuse for extra drunkenness than any particular affiliation with the Saint. And on top of it all I read this Cracked Article and decided not to put a particularly high priority on getting this 52 Weeks of Color post out in time for the 17th.

I'm all like, Top o' the bah, humbug, t'beshuure.

But seriously. What actually made this week tricky was that Wikipedia is maddeningly vague on what sort of shade of blue it is. It's more of an idealogical shade of blue than an actual one. No wonder leprechauns go for green, much easier to quantify. 
When I was doing "research" for my earlier Aquamarine post, I had occasion to go to Trap, to like, make sure they still exist. They do, and be sure to Search for "Trap Skins" or some sort of qualifier, rather than just "Trap", or else you should probably practice saying "Why, madam, what a cartoonishly gigantic penis you have" as nonchalantly as you possibly can when you wind up in futanari sim. If you don't know what that is, don't look it up, I pretty much just summed it up with that phrase up there.


On my way out, my eye was caught by this awesome sleeveless coat, because Trap actually make a whole host of stuff that isn't skins. Just...the thing I said above applies when talking about them. So, eye was caught by coat, wondered what colour to buy it in, settled on the blue, because it seemed suitably idealogical and adventurey and such. 
My favourite thing about it is actually the back, which I obviously didn't capture in the main picture, so here's an extra picture. It also shows more what the true colour of it is, without all my silly tinkering and messing around that I do with my pictures. See that braided effect that runs all the way down that back, including over the elegant sculpted wasitband? THAT is what I love most. Also, the shape of the shoulders, structured but not overly masculine. It's just generally a really nice coat thingy. Probably uncomfortable around the spiked collar that gives it its name though.

Once I had that chosen and in love with, everything else fell into place, incorporating various shades of blue that could count. The exquisite pants are from Lupine, an older silentsparrow Lucky Bird suite, which is still available to buy out in the courtyard, and the top is part of Sn@tch's new super classysexy Aurora lace Bodysuits, which are gorgeous, and I've been lookign for an excuse to cram into an outfit since I got them. And the boots tied it all together perfectly. They're the Flutter boots by Lassitude&Ennui, from last month's Back in Black event, and they're all mesh and feathery and wonderful. As much as I love mesh hair and...well, everything, I think my favourite game-changer from it has been how much more perfect boots can be now, and Lassitude&Ennui's mesh boots have become constant must-buys for me. 


Skin: Tres Blah - Blessa - Pale - Clean
Hair: RedMint - Hair 20 - RubyRed (Champagne)
Coat: Trap - Spiked Coat - Blue
Top: Sn@tch - Aurora Lace Bodysuit - Blue
Pants: silentsparrow - Lupine Jeans
Boots: Lassitude&Ennui - Flutter boots - Jay
Ears: Schadenfreude - Fey Ears 
Eyes: Mock - Demerara Shadow - Periwinkle
Lips: Mock - Lucir Lipcolor - Tall Poppy
Nails: Sexy Mamas - Glitter Manicure

Tuesday, March 20, 2012

Stuff I bought at Fashion for Life 2012 - Part The Third

So, I'm not a big gown person. I'm neither a person of big gowns, or a person who is big on gowns. I think that pretty much covers every permutation of the phrase.
For a start, I'm not so good at elegant, oh my no. I end up doing stuff like wearing sneakers with them, or putting a cardigan over them, or holding a bunny, or something. It's my way. Secondly, they generally don't suit my shape well. I used to wear them a fair amount when I was hosting fashion shows, back in the day, but that's ancient history. But when wandering around Fashion For Life 2012, I found my eye variously caught by gowns, a whole genre of clothes I would normally overlook, and thought to myself "O hay, there's a whole genre of clothes I would normally overlook, boo" and went on a quest to find some that I liked, which I would post on the last day of Fashion For Life as like a...thing. Y'know. A thing.

And today is the last day of Fashion For Life! So, first of all, go there (before midnight SLT), go buy everything you can see, and for heavens sake, buy a pile of raffle tickets, there are tons of amazing prizes on offer, and tickets are 100L each or 3 for 250, all money going to the American Cancer Society and therefore, good causes. Also don't forget to pump lots of money into those wonderful gachas dotted around, and oh, all the things!

So anyway, I bought gowns. Here is one of them. This is the kind of thing I end up doing, you see. Knee-socks and sandals. I'm not dramatic. But this gown by Basiastice is. It comes with two different styles of skirt, this one, with the from all tulle and see-through, and the back forming a sort of bustle effect, and the other which has a more traditional, solid front. It is variously adorned with black roses, including the one tucked behind my ear there. I particularly adore the fact that it has delicate little straps, which seems to give the whole bodice a more sophisticated structure than if it was left strapless. The necklace and earrings are by Je Suis at FFL, and are endlessly customizeable and massively versatile. The aforementioned knee-socks and sandals are another bargain from Azoury at FFL, and I thoroughly dig that they don't match at all. As for my makeup, the barely-visible eyeshadow there is from the Mock gacha, and the very one that eluded me so much and caused me to throw literally thousands of L$ at it in an attempt to get it. It's worth it though, I loves it all up.

So for this second gown, from Purple Moon, I made the attempt to actually, like, look like a grown up. I literally had to "grow up", by making my legs quite a bit longer (for both of these dresses...so that's another way in which I'm not a big gown person, I'm mostly too short to not look super-weird in them), and filled out my boobs a bit in Photoshop. Since what I first liked about this dress was how the bodice was like strips of silk, cupping the boobs, but not looking even remotely skanky, and I was disappointed when on my no-boobs it didn't look as good...I'm really really not built for pretty gowns. This one is so fun though, with its epic feather collar, and puffy train. I also like the black lace insert at stomach level, which goes around to the back, and adds an extra layer of texture. If I was the sort of person who wore gowns, I'd go swishing around in this all over the place.

I'm not though, so if you'll excuse me, I'm going to make a last circuit of FFL and look for some cardigans.


Skin: Tres Blah - Blessa - Pale - Clean
Hair: elikatira - Listen - Red 8
Gown: Basiastice - Jordis in Dark Tulle (skirt version 2)
Shoes/socks: Azoury - Les Chaussures Aalyah Noire et Rouge (FFL Exclusive)
Necklace&Earrings: Je Suis - Eternelle (FFL Exclusive)
Eyemakeup: Mock - Amelia Pond eShadow (FFL Gacha)
Lips: Mock - Glace - Grenadier  (FFL Exclusive)

Skin: Tres Blah - Blessa - Pale - Clean
Hair: Exile - Queen Bee - Rouge
Gown: Purple Moon - Pheasant Gown in Purple (FFL Exclusive)
Eyemakeup: Mock - Androzani eShadow (FFL Gacha)
Lips: Mock - Glace - Turkish Rose (FFL Exclusive)
Nails: Sexy Mamas - Glitter Manicure

Monday, March 19, 2012

Weekly Rainbow Parts: Aquamarine

This picture is cursed, I swear.

Tres grumpy about the whole thing, I can tell you. Hence the slight lateness of this post. Grump and a big pile of flailing and yelling of "fgsfds". It seemed like such a nice, simple idea.
"My pretty eyes are Aquamarine" I thought to myself, upon learning that the current colour for Luna Jubilee's 52 Weeks of Color - Part Deux challenge was indeed it, and then I amended "My pretty eyes are treeflake, and all trees are Aquamarine when they become flake'd" and so I went to bother the maker of my eyes, Allegory Malaprop, for matching purposes. After talking about some stuff (because we are friends, and like each other, and discuss stuff other than business) she explained that in general she keeps her green out of her blues, but that the trim on an older outfit that she'd made as a collab with Trap skins might fit the bill, and Iwaslike "OKAYS" because I always want an excuse to wear that sort of thing, and it's a bit slinkier than I've been of late. Plus it's subtle like yum.

As I just mentioned (if you're paying attention), this outfit, Houxin, and its male/unisex counterpart, Bixin, were made in collaboration with Trap Skins a long time ago, but it, and the skins that go with, are still available and looking really fantastic considering their relative age.
Houxin is a long straight dress, held up mostly by magic. Its neckline plunges past the naval, and flares all out to be curly and heart-shaped and delicious under the bust. Hold up, I just (literally, just) realized that a Spade in cards is pretty much an inverted Heart with a stick. So it might be one of those - I don't know what to think anymore. Seriously, I'm all Conspiracy Keanu over it. Because there are Spades! Spades of Spades! All over the place on this dress and its sexy matching gloves! I just always considered them stylized hearts. Wow, I feel dumb now.


The point is, I was wearing this, and needed something to be doing in it, because it's a system skirt, and while there are very few people on the grid who make system skirts as well and flattering as Allegory can, it still limits posing styles some. Obviously in a dress like this I needed an old-timey microphone and then this pose was perfect and then I was playing with lighting and shadows and had it all perfect and quite honestly very sexy, with how the light was just highlighting the length of the exposed thigh, while everything else was artistically enrobed in shadow, and I was feeling all pleased with myself, and I opened up Photoshop, and - LOOK AT THIS MESS. Something to do with Ambient Occlusion or something had completely mangled how my shadows turned out, just the same as how it throws weird lines on pictures. Plus, my delicate little Violet Voltaire necklace wasn't showing up.

And it had done it with all the pictures I'd taken. And so I was cross and killed everybody.

When I came back a day or two later, having calmed down from being HOPPING MAD, I shoved the picture into Liquify in Photoshop to bash out some of the horrid avatar lumpiness, and when I'd got it all smooth and pretty, I was feeling a little better over the whole thing, and then for unrelated reasons, I hit Undo a couple of times, and lost all my Liquification and had to do it over, at which point Iwaslike GRUMBLY BOO. And just slapped on some background and called it done.


Skin: Tres Blah - Blessa - Pale - Clean
Hair: Burley - Liu - Red 2
Dress & Gloves: Schadenfreude - Houxin - Aqua
Shoes: Gos - Pimp Your Pumps V2 - Point Platform (from Fashion for Life)
Necklace: Violet Voltaire - Eternity Necklace - Aquamarine/Silver (not visible, but I was wearing it!)
Eyes: Mock - Bright Meadow eyeshadow
Lips: Mock - Turquoise Lip Jelle (old group gift)
Lashes: Beetlebones - Mesh Lashes - Minimalist Black
Nails: Sexy Mamas - Geeks & Freaks Manicure
Microphone Prop: (*chanimations - MidnightMuse

Wednesday, March 14, 2012

Stuff I Bought at Fashion For Life 2012 - Part 2

I feel like I was going to say more actual stuff about the current Fashion For Life event itself, but I can't for the life of me remember what. Let's see, good cause, pretty builds, lots of nice clothes and stuff...nope, it's gone. Point is, you should like, go there or have gone there by now or go again. It's cool.

Ooh, I know!

Roskco Cobalt, who is responsible for building one of the sims, made this amazing guide to the event, on the Ruca Tease blog. The amount of work that's gone into these maps and such, I'm all sorts of impressed. Wish I'd seen that the first time I visited the event, I flew around for hours looking for one place that turned out wasn't even participating. Oops.

So here's another outfit made of stuff I bought there, anyway. The top is the Bindi top by Sn@tch. The dark colour pack is exclusive to FFL, but even after the fair is done, you can still get the same pretty top in light pastelly colours at the Sn@tch mainstore. My favourite thing about this top, is something I didn't actually capture in the pictures, it's that the back is fastened by 8 little round buttons, so dainty and delicate, I love it.
So, from an Indian-inspired top, to shorts from a store known best for Indian stuff, but a thing that isn't an Indian...thingy, but still a thing, which is a thing that Zaara does gorgeously. Because the shorts are from Zaara, and Zaara does shorts (and pants) gorgeously. Not just in the luscious butt-shading and the fact that they're not too low-riding, but in all the little textural details that make them nice to look at, like the gold braiding over the pockets, and the decorative stitching under the waistband.
The shoes are from Azoury and I'm evidently a sucker for this style of footwear, open-toed sandals with cute rolled-over socks. They were a total bargain, Fashion For Life vendor items, but cost only 70L$, so I was all like yoink. My only gripe with them is that the texture is Full-Bright, and they're No Mod. So at night, I have blindingly glowing feet. But aside from that, I adore these. I just have to make sure to only wear them in daytime!

Here's my obligatory headshot. I am, of course, wearing Mock makeup, This time, the eyemakeup is Gallifrey Green from the FFL gacha of doom, and the lipcolour is Mock's Falu Red Glace lipcolour, also only available at Fashion For Life.
The necklace is something I picked up on my second trip there, from Caroline's Jewelry, as is a key with a clock on it, which is adorable, and also includes a version with an actual working timepiece. It's available with black pearls, white ones, or sweet little pinky ones.

Skin: Tres Blah - Blessa - Pale - Bardot
Hair: Exile - Bring It On! - Rouge
Top: Sn@tch - Bindi top - Moss
Shorts: Zaara - Denim Shorts - Red
Shoes: Azoury - Les Sandales Meli - Melo Kaki
Necklace: Caroline's Jewelry - Vintage Key Watch Necklace
Ears: Schadenfreude - Fey Ears - Widowed
Lips: Mock - Glace Lipcolour - Falu Red
Eyes: Mock - Gallifrey Green eShadow
Nails: Sexy Mamas - Geeks and Freaks manicure

Tuesday, March 13, 2012

Stuff I Bought at Fashion For Life 2012 - Part 1

The Fashion For Life event kicks off Second Life's biggest annual fundraising thingy, a season of events leading up to the actual Relay For Life in July, and incorporating a whole bunch of good excuses to spend money for the benefit of the American Cancer Society along the way.

This year I was really all sorts of impressed with the whole thing. Firstly I showed up all naked and invisible, as is my way, expecting the lag hell of other recent events, and was pleasantly surprised to discover that at the time of day I visited (early afternoon in Europe), this wasn't necessary, and promptly dressed to look pretty. This is due not to low visitor turnout, which would be sad and bad, but rather down to the fact that Fashion For Life is spread out over 10 (10!) sims and so on a weekday at a time of day when most Americans aren't on yet, there was no reason for everybody to be crammed all together in one place. So yay that!

The sims themselves are gorgeous, striking a great balance between not being too fiddly and laggy, and not being bland and basic looking. Each sim has been designed and decorated around a loose theme of epochs of time (this year's overall theme being "It's About Time"), and are a wonderfully eclectic mix. My personal favourite for general styling was the sim Dreamseekers Zeit, built by Grace Loudon. All pastel-coloured small town America, it's like what the 80s thought the 50s were like, and all built by someone whose long-gone steampunk town I used to hang out in. But every sim there is amazing, full of vision and artistic touches and detail. Really, I recommend going and having a look around at the fantastic builds, even if you don't plan on spending any money.

But you should spend money. It's for charity and there are plenty of opportunities to donate without having to feel too altruistic. In addition to the standard donation kiosks, and Fashion For Life vendors, in which designers put event-exclusive items from which all money raised goes directly to the ACS, this year there is also a hunt (the prizes are by donation, between 1 and 100L$), a raffle with tons of fantastic prizes on offer, and my own personal ruin, Gachas. With all these great thingies, the event has a wonderful fair-like atmosphere, lots to explore, lots to do, all good!

At this kind of event, my general policy is to buy things only from the FFL vendors themselves. Firstly because, exclusives, yum, and secondly because, if I go round buying stuff willy-nilly, I'll run out of "for a good cause" excuse money, so if you're reading this after March 20th, most of the stuff I'll be featuring won't be available anymore. I'll be spreading out the goodies I bought over a few posts.
The first place I hit when I arrived was Sakide, which is fast becoming a firm favourite of mine. One of the things I picked up there was this "Insanely Cute Outfit", which is their words, not mine, but you don't hear me arguing! It is indeed, insanely cute, especially for Sakide, and comes with a few options, for instance, the denim highwaist skirt has a choice of straps or strapless, and the included t-shirt with prim sleeves comes in both grey and white, plus the prim roses that adorn the skirt can be hidden. So, yum that.
The boots, the booooooots. Are from G Field, and although in my picture they look a little on the light tan side, they're actually Peach. Ordinarily Peach is a colour I'd avoid, but I fell in love with the sweet floral textures of the lining, four choices in all. The boots are rigged mesh, and super detailed, and I love them and kiss them, but not in a fetishy way, because that's not my thing.

Where I spent the most money at once was Mock. Always Mock. What happened was a fatal combination. First I bought the beautiful Glace lipcolours in the special FFL vendors. All of them, even the pink ones. Then I hit up the gacha. 15 beautiful duotone eyeshadows. 15 beautiful duotone eyeshadows, named for Doctor Who stuff (Time, see?). 15 beautiful Mock eyeshadows, named for Doctor Who stuff, in a gacha. I dropped about 1000L$ trying to get them all, and you must bear in mind, this is a very reasonably priced gacha, 20L$ a pop. But I get them all I did! Which just goes to show - gachas + compulsive natures = A Powerful Fundraising Tool!

Skin: Tres Blah - Blessa - Pale - Clean
Hair: Exile - Midnight In Paris - Rouge
Outfit: Sakide - Insanely Cute Outfit (FFL Exclusive)
Boots: G Field - Long Cuff Boots "Will" - Peach (FFL Exclusive)
Eyeshadow: Mock - Time Vortex eShadow (FFL Gacha)
Lashes (tattoo layer): Mock - Pandora Lashes
Lips: Mock - Glace Lipcolor - My Pink (FFL Exclusive)
Nails: Sexy Mamas - Spring Manicure

Friday, March 9, 2012

Weekly Rainbow Parts: Avocado

Tres lazy this week, so, to summarize

How much I like avocados: A whole bunch. But I used to hate them.

How much I like my clothes this week: Quite a lot, they're things I throw on a fair amount.

Picture is taken at my house, isn't it nice?

Skin: Tres Blah - Blessa - Pale - Clean
Hair: Exile - Rumour Has It - Rouge
Cardigan: Sn@tch - Last of the Roses Granny Sweater - Avocado
Shorts: League - Sunday Sweatshorts - Grey
Shoefeets: Maitreya Gold - Flip Flops - Eclipse
Eyeshadow: Mock - Olive Branch
Lips: Mock - Opal Lipcolor - Roman
Nails: Sexy Mamas - Geeks and Freaks manicure

Friday, March 2, 2012

Weekly Rainbow Parts: Dandelion

I was all excited when I saw that Week 9 of Luna Jubilee's 52 Weeks of Color - Part Deux would be Dandelion. But I'd had to learn to love yellow.

I suppose you could call it positive reinforcement. Once, for some reason I've forgotten, I conversationally mentioned to hyasynth Tiramisu that she was lacking representation of yellow in her store. She said words to the effect of "Yes. Yes I am." and we left it there. Among my friends, and particularly among my friends who make pretty clothes, yellow, for the most part, isn't a colour that exists. After all, it's not the most gothalicious of colours. Hell, even orange has halloween on it's side to make it respectable to people of a dark-loving inclinaition. Yellow just has sunshine and baby chicks and daffodils. Between me whining to her and also Allegory Malaprop, I've gained a reputation as a shameful yellow-lover.

For the record, my favourite colours are green and purple.

But nonetheless, in the following time, I become the emblem of yellow. If spares from gachas were to be had, and they were yellow, they were sent to me, and even the occasional "Look, I even made a yellow one! For you!" while I graciously protested that my favourite colours were really green and purple, I just thought that yellow should exist. hya even named the lovely creamy yellow version of her Fox Trees wall stickers in my honour, which made me all grinny and happyfaced.
And then a funny thing happened. Between all of this, and my shopping for Hogwarts uniform (I never really got around to RPing at Hogwarts:Your Story, but I have such an extensive Hufflepuff wardrobe) I found myself actually voluntarily choosing the yellow option of things to buy. Or sighing sadly when I saw such a thing wasn't available.


These days, I will happily wear yellow, and how! It's a sort of badge of pride for me. All like "Yes, yes I do like yellow" and "I'll take that yellow one" and....well, that's it really, I'm not really the sort of person who obsesses over a colour, but dammit, I will own yellow! I was already pretty fail as a goth anyway.

So here I am! With my namesake'd Fox wall sticker. Any property I own is quite lavishly decorated with various silentsparrow wall stickers. This particular shot is in my shed/outhouse.

Despite my new-ish fondness for the colour yellow, "Dandelion" was a surprisingly tough assignment for me because it's quite a delicate shade of yellow, and everything I was coming up with was too vibrant or too orange or too green or didn't show up next to my skin. I bought a whole bunch of various yellow cardigans, but in the end fell back on fri.day's Short Cardi, which is a staple in my wardrobe. I have the fatpack of it, and not only does that include a whole bunch of colours, it also has several different sleeve options. I've paired it with JANE's Hadlee denim mesh mini skirt, Whippet and Buck's I'll Be a Ghost blouse (which actually I've mangled by not wearing the bow with it, but oh well) and silentsparrow's cuppycake stars socks from the gacha there. Because now, in small quantities, yellow does exist. :D

Here's a close-up of my face in the picture. I include it for a couple of reasons - firstly, because I like it, and it's my blog. Secondly, though, to show my awesome yellow makeup. It's currently in the group notices for MOCK Cosmetics, as well as the standalone lipcolour, and I adore it. It came about from some discussion in the group chat about lipgloss colours, and someone said something along the lines of "Anything but yellow" and Mocksoup Graves was all like "I'M MAKING YELLOW" and did and gave is to us as a present because while the group has a 250L join fee, if you like makeup, it's, no word of exaggeration, the best value on Second Life. Mock is super-incredibly-awesomeface generous with gifts to her group, sometimes sending out several exclusives a day, not to mention group rewards you can pick up in store. It's a very chatty group though. I cannot stress this enough. It's almost as much a social group as an update group, and a good one at that, really nice dynamic, good people, do love. If you don't like chat, you can always close it when it opens. 
I'm also wearing Beetlebones mesh lashes, because first, they're a DREAM to fit! but secondly, they have tintable tips! My historic favourite lashes have been Sin Skins, which are no longer available, but I've looked so much for tintable lashes that kept the most of the lash black, and just the tips tinted, and now I've found some lovely new up to date ones and squee <3

To drag this long post on even longer - Look how cute my nails are!! Just look at them! omg so cute! They're from one of the most recent of Sexy Mamas manicure sets, and I do love me so Sexy Mamas prim nails. They're a shape I like (not too pointy talon-y, not too long and square, just natural and pretty) and come in so very many HUD-based options, so in theory you could just keep the one pair of nails, and just change them with the various HUDs, and (and this is important for me) go up to hand size 30. Yes, I have gigantic hands. And so, look, chick nails! Little chicks popping out of eggs! Do Love. And at 199L per set, with 50 designs on each HUD, they're a fantastic bargain too! Hooray!

Skin: Tres Blah - Blessa - Pale - Clean
Hair: SLink - Sarah - Cardinal
Shirt: Whippet&Buck - I'll be a Ghost
Skirt: JANE - Hadlee mini skirt - Demin - Ebony
Cardigan: fri.day - Short Cardi - Cream
Socks: silentsparrow - Treats socks (Gacha) - Cuppycakes - Stars
Boots: Gos - Triumph boots - Massai
Necklace: Dark Mouse - Midsummer Amusements necklace - Dreamy Blue
Ears: Schadenfreude - Fey Ears - Plugs
Makeup: MOCK - Bright Sunshiney Day Lucir Makeover (group gift)
Nails: Sexy Mamas - Spring Manicure
Lashes: Beetlebones - Mesh Lashes - Minimalist Tintable
Wall Stickers: silentsparrow - Fox Woods - Nivaya (Summer pack)