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The Battle of the Betties

The Battle of the Betties

Rose in RubyBetty Vintage in Raspberry
Rose in RubyBetty Vintage in Raspberry
Detail View: Boots by Bettie's Vintage
While going through my ‘To Be Reviewed’ folder, I came across two outfits that had a lot of similarities in style and genre. Since I like them both, I decided to toss them both into the ring and let them fight it out in an underwear cage match! (Ok, maybe not so much.) Since both of them have very strong retro flair to them, one has the name already, AND I could easily imagine the iconic Bettie Page wearing either, I bring you – The Battle of the Betties!

The Contenders: In one corner, wearing the red satin panties, is underpinings power house Angel Dessous, and their offering, “Betty Vintage Rasberry!” And in the other corner… wearing red velvet panties, is The Gatsby Girl’s “Rose” in Ruby!

The Fight:

BRA – Gatsby Girl goes for a strong statement with a burned-velvet pattern. It’s beautiful, but is not curvy-friendly. Angel Dessous has a much simpler – yet still lovely – pattern to the fabric, which makes it wearable for a broader range of body types to enjoy. Although they are VERY similar, the cut on the Gatsby Girl bra “feels” more true-to-era, with its solid, unadorned straps. First Round is a draw!

PANTIES – The lines of the Gatsby Girl panties are fairly basic, and you can see a touch of white on the edges of the garment — but the Angel Dessous outfit doesn’t have the panties available as a separate item (they are built into the garter-belt), so this round must go to Gatsby Girl.

GARTER-BELT – The thick straps and angularity of the Rose garter-belt is sexy and clean. The lines to the Angel Dessous garter-belt are blocky and less flattering to a feminine shape, and the rear end just looks like a generic ‘satin texture’ was applied, rather than being highlighted in the right places. Round goes to Gatsby Girl.

STOCKINGS – Here again, Angel Dessous uses the ‘generic satin texture’ in a wide band on the stockings, which creates highlights and shadows that don’t make visual sense. The narrow band of lace beneath the satin is a beautiful and feminine touch as is the crimson back seam, and there’s the second version with variance in sheerness which adds value and options. Gatsby Girl’s Rose uses the burned velvet patterning, but here on the thigh, there’s no distortion and the beauty of the design shines. It has a contrasting black back seam for a very sexy touch. I prefer the realism of the garter clips here – it adds authenticity. Both have the stockings ending very high on the thigh – I would have preferred a just a wee bit lower. Round goes to Gatsby Girl.

GLOVES – Angel Dessous is known for the level of detail to their outfits and with Betty Vintage, they offer two different opacity levels on the gloves. The sheer pattern is a very delicate fabric that is feminine and sweet, and the solid is a vampish satin. A narrow border of lace accents the upper arm. Gatsby Girl does not offer gloves with their outfit. Round goes to Angel Dessous.

PRIM EXTRAS – Angel Dessous offers a very cute little prim bow to grace the back of the spine. Gatsby Girl does not have any prim extras. Round goes to Angel Dessous.

OVERALL TEXTURING – Both outfits have positives and negative, balancing each other out. Angel Dessous does go one step further and offers two different versions of of the whole outfit – one sheer and one more modestly solid. Round goes to Angel Dessous.

OVERALL STYLING – The ‘this is what Mrs. Cleaver wears after the Beaver has gone to bed’ styling of the Rose outfit perfectly captures the era. Round goes to Gatsby Girl.

PRICE/VALUE – Rose is 100L for 6 pieces (16.66 L per piece). Betty Vintage is 390L for 7 plus a prim bow for a total of 8 (48.75 L per piece). Round goes to Gatsby Girl.

COLOR AVAILABILITY – Rose is available in Ruby and Onyx. Betty Vintage is offered in Lavender, Cream, Red, Black, and Steel. Angel Dessous wins for flexibility of color availability. (They do not offer Betty Vintage on the Marketplace at this time.)

TATTOO FRIENDLINESS / LAYER FLEXIBILITY – Gatsby Girl’s Rose only has the panties on one layer (underwear) but offers the bra and garter-belt on two each. Angel Dessous’s Betty only offers the bra on one layer (shirt) and the combo undies/garter-belt on one layer (pants). Round goes to Gatsby Girl.

CURVY GIRL QUALIFIED – The burned-velvet patterning used by Gatsby Girl is beautiful… but wasn’t as curvy friendly as the more delicate patterning implemented by Angel Dessous. Round to Angel Dessous.

What’s “Just Right”: For pure retro style, the Gatsby Girl Rose ensemble really hits the mark. It’s got all of the design elements you would expect and stays true to its vision throughout. It takes some risks, fabric-wise, and for me, those risks didn’t work out – but on a less voluptuous figure, Rose would look stunning. The strength of the Angel Dessous ensemble is the delicacy of the fabric on the sheer version. While it’s less true to that vintage style visually, the line of the bra is just exquisite and is very well done.

What Could Use Improvement: The garter-belt of the Betty Vintage is the outfit’s Achilles heel. The generic ‘satin texture’ and design elements of the garter-belt were not flattering. Angel Dessous gets a serious scolding for combining the garter-belt and panty, and not offering the pieces as individual layers as well.

AND THE WINNER IS…. The Gatsby Girl’s Rose!

Featured Outfits:
Betty Vintage by Angel Dessous – (In World / Marketplace Store)
Rose Lingerie by Gatsby Girl – (In World / The Marketplace)

Photo & Model Details:
Model & Photographer: Sabella Fallen
Location: DeviousMinds
Poses: The Vintage collection by Luth (In World / The Marketplace), Coy by Torridwear (In World / The Marketplace)
Props: Stage from the FetishCabaret MegaPack by (In World / The Marketplace)
Shoes: Shoes: Victorian Ankle Boot by Bettie’s Vintage (In World / The Marketplace)

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Little She-Devil

Naeve modeling Belial by Blacklace

SummoningKneeling
Top CloseupSibirica Horns
SassyInfernal Magic
Bax Prestige BootsBarbed Wire Bangles
Hand on HipSorceress
By Naeve Rossini

BlackLace unveiled the Belial: Red Leather Devil Costume at their
Halloween line launch show at the Runway Cafe on 10 October. I was teased with it in the announcement notecard and I couldn’t wait to get my hands on it. What can I say? I put this on a week and a half before Halloween and I’ve been wearing it ever since!

I’ve loved BlackLace’s products ever since the first time I set foot in their store and every time I go back, there’s something new to fall in love with. Belial is no exception and it honours their high standard of quality.

The lingerie is a saucy leather strap affair, practically a harness-turned-teddy by the addition of some of the best sheer fabric texturing I’ve seen. While it’s naughty enough to skirt the edge of fetish, it still retains the mystique of lingerie in a perfect balance.

Although the extra parts were included to complete the outfit, I never expect extras to measure up as well as products where the designer specializes in, say, horns or boots. The ones provided were decent, but were ultimately supplanted by products from Illusions and Bax Coen, respectively. The wings were pretty good and I opted not to search for alternatives.

What’s “Just Right”: The whole combo just works together. Even with the included horns and boots, it looks unified with each piece complementing the others. It manages to make someone terminally saccharine in appearance look even mildly sultry, so kudos to BlackLace on that! My favourite part of the whole outfit is the sheer textures in the teddy and the stockings. The highlights and shadows and hints of red are just right.

What Could Use Improvement: Speaking directly to the lingerie, I would have liked to see leather straps that weren’t quite as glossy. The effect seemed a little less realistic to me, though the complaint is really like quibbling over whether one brand of caviar is better than another. I would have liked to see some kind of boning in the teddy to match the rear garter straps; they just seem structurally odd where they are currently placed.

Featured Outfit Details:
Featured Outfit: Belial Red Leather Devil Costume by BlackLace (In World, SL Marketplace); alas, there is only one colour available only in-world
Price: $450
Pieces: 26; 10 clothing, 16 prim, plus 7 non-clothing objects

Ratings:
Detailing: A- Fabulous job altogether, extra impressed with the highlights and shadows on the sheer parts, but the leather straps could stand to have slightly improved textures to give it a more realistic appearance
Prim Attachments: Wings, Horns (not shown), Pendant, Bangles, Charm Bracelets (not shown), Boots (not shown)
Resizing Scripts: There are resizer scripts in all of the prim attachments except the pendant
Permissions: No Copy, No Modify, Transfer; the prims (except boots) have limited Modify permissions, although they appear to be No Modify due to the scripts’ permissions
Tattoo Friendly: Yes; you just need to be careful which layers you select as some will overlap with others and you’ll end up with lighter/darker sections of sheer fabric
Curvy Girl Friendly: Yes
Sim Rating: PG

Photo Details:
Model: Naeve Rossini
Photographer: Sabella Fallen
Props: Fireball and Pentagram/Candle set from the Sourceress: Fire Ritual, by Chanimations/Devious Minds (In World / The Marketplace)
Location: No Salvation: Dark Gothic Church, Dragon Rose Bay
Poses: DeePosed, Long Awkward Pose, Olive Juice, Glam Affair (no longer available)

Model Details:
Outfit: Belial Red Leather Devil Costume by BlackLace
Horns: Sibirica by Illusions
Boots: Prestige Leather Boots in Red by Bax Coen Designs
Nails: Magic of Witch in Red by Candy Nail
Skin: Kate by League
Hair: Annika by Truth
Eyes: Hell Fire by Poetic Colors

 

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Tickled Pink

OnyxWear Corset Dress

I stumbled across OnyxWear while prowling around on one of the weekend sales routes. I was immediately impressed with their under-bust shading and highlighting and snatched up four of their shirts, one of which can be seen in the (Hippy) Jailbait post. Their style definitely runs towards the urban/slut-chic, with bright colors, high hemlines and plunging necklines. It occurred to me that if they did lingerie, I might be on to something really fun… and so off I went to their main store. On the second floor, I hit the jackpot and found a wonderful corset dress I just had to share.

Available in a multitude of colors (“Dark, Chocolate, Pink Zebra, Pink, Lime, H2O, Cherry, Barney” – I also really like the Black and will probably go back and grab it sometime in the near future. Lime, H2O, Cherry and Barney were just too neon for my tastes.), the outfit really has its strength in the corset itself. Sure, there’s a sculpted prim skirt you can wear, and yes, the black lace edging on it is delicious, but honestly, the corset takes the cake. It’s feminine and sexy with a classic burlesque feel to it.

Jewelry Closeup


Shoe Closeup

What’s “Just Right”: The hand drawn softness of the corset is a big win; there’s plenty of fabric wrinkles just where they should be and the metal busk style closure of the front is subtle but present. The line of the panty is smooth and flattering. I really liked the contrast and pattern of the black lace ruffle on the skirt.

What Could Use Improvement: A hud or other mechanism to assist with the sizing of the skirt would have been nice. Even utilizing a “skirt shape” which I hate to do, I had difficulty getting appropriate coverage out of the skirt that comes with the ensemble. A black lace prim ruffle at the bust line that matched the ruffle at the skirt would have been delicious, as would a garter belt option. I would also have loved if the corset was designed *SEPARATE* from the panties — it isn’t. That prevents this piece from being used as a stand-alone corset, which is really too bad.

Other things to note: While OnyxWear does have a presence on The Marketplace, this item is not for sale there.

Photo Details:
Model & Photographer: Sabella Fallen
Lingerie: Corset Flex-Dress Pink by OnyxWear (In World)
Earrings: Regan Earrings by LacieCakes(In World / The Marketplace)
Cuffs: Part of the Adnata Boots Graphite set by ADDiCTIA (In World / The Marketplace)
Necklace: Viva Necklace in Black & Silver by Ticky Tacky (In World / The Marketplace)
Garter: Classic Bow Garter in Black by Intimizzio/Armidi (In World)
Shoes: Vogue Sandals by Trashy Girls in Style* (In World)
General: Hair by Argrace, Skin by Belleza, Eyes by LAQ, Nails by Candy Nail, Wedding Ring by JCNY
Props: Cigarette Holder, Boa, and Photo Stage by the brilliant artists at Devious Minds.
Poses: Devious MindsVista Animations

Outfit Details:
Price: 220L
Pieces: 6 – Underwear, Pants, Jacket, Shirt, Undershirt and skirt prim.

Ratings:
Detailing: A- and it only gets a deduction because of the issue with the panties not being separate from the corset itself.
Prim Attachments?: Skirt
Resizing Scripts?: No, and I really wish there was.
Tattoo Friendly?: Yes – multiple layering options.
Curvy Girl Friendly?: The skirt was hard to fit on my derriere. 😦 The corset held up well.
Multi-purpose pieces?: Yes – in fact, a skirt is part of the outfit. It effortlessly goes from the dance floor to the bedroom floor. (Literally and metaphorically)
Sim Rating?: Azrael is rated Mature

* Disclaimer: These gorgeous shoes were provided by the designer.

 
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Posted by on October 10, 2010 in Corsets

 

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Whatever Lola Wants…

Whatever Lola Wants...

Detail 1: Bodice Close Up


Detail 2: Panty Close Up


Detail 3: Shoe Close Up


Detail 4: General Close Up
Review updated to include Marketplace listing – Thank you, IndigoBlue, for the correction!! My bad!!

Seldom Blue makes some really stunning lingerie, and we’ve previously reviewed their Kira outfit. Lola is a more recent release, and in it, Seldom Blue split the outfit into two different offerings. This is of note because the pictures in the store are a little confusing as to which options are available in which outfit, so be careful when you purchase. “Lola” is available in Sheer White (with purple accents), Sheer Black (with pink accents), Opaque Purple (with light purple accents), Opaque Chocolate (more of a tan with chocolately accents), Sheer Nude, Opaque Red (with nude accents), Sheer Blue, and Opaque Green (with nude accents). Some of the color combinations were, to be honest, garish to my eyes — I liked the Sheer Blush (featured), Sheer Blue, Sheer Black, and Sheer Nude, but the Opaque Green was a bit scary. The Lola design is offered in a Lingerie Fatpack (700L), a Lingerie Single Pack (380L), and a Dress Pack (380L).

What’s “Just Right”: One of the strengths of Seldom Blue is the attention to small details that make the whole outfit look very finished and Lola is no different. I like the ribbon detailing that is mirrored on each piece. The femininity of the skirt is delicious and the front and rear lines of the panty are really well done. The placing of the straps on the garterbelt are also very true-to-life, and that kind of accuracy is something Seldom Blue excels at.

What Could Use Improvement: Erm. The ruffles at the bustline are both above and below the breast… and frankly, it makes them look like giant sunflowers. I would have prefered an option that was JUST above the bust and that ruffle option is available in the Dress or the Fat Pack version of Lola, but not the “Lingerie Single Pack.” 😦 I felt that Lola didn’t stand up to curves quite as well as the Kira outfit did and I can’t put my finger on specifically why.

Other things to note: The full name of the designer is “Eternity Brides and Seldom Blue” – and it’s not just bridal and lingerie there. They also create daywear, silks, body jewelry, poses, and latexwear. They do have a presence on The Marketplace, but their lingerie isn’t listed.

[Disclaimer: In the picture of me perched on the desk, I am wearing TWO copies of the skirt, one edited to lay properly over my lap.]

Photo Details:
Model & Photographer: Sabella Fallen
Lingerie: Lola Lingerie Single Pack in Sheer Blush by Seldom Blue (In World / The Marketplace))
Shoes: Tuli Pumps in Blush by Shiny Things (In World / Not Available On The Marketplace)
Jewelry: Jharna Jewelry Set in Nostalgia by EarthStones (In World / The Marketplace)
Props & Environment: Victoria Vanity by Azure Park, Bottles by Alchemy Immortalis, Candle by Apocalips Japan, Make up by D*Lish, Feather Vase by Devious Minds, Champagne Glass by Luminye, Skybox by Tweedle.
Poses: DeePosed, and ~*Pulling Strings*~
Location: Carbondale Heights

Outfit Details:
Price: 380L
Pieces: 10 – Bra (3 layers), Thong (2 layers), Suspenders/Garterbelt (2 layers), Stockings (1 layer), Bra Frills, skirt frills. (Plus a notecard, texture and landmark.)

Ratings:
Detailing: A
Prim Attachments: (2) Skirt/panty frill, bra frill
Resizing Scripts: None
Tattoo Friendly?: Yes – multiple layers for each clothing piece
Curvy Girl Friendly?: Yes, but with some distortion on a full bustline.
Multi-purpose pieces?: No
Sim Rating: Angelheart is a Mature sim

 
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Posted by on September 27, 2010 in BPGB: Bra / Panty / Garterbelt

 

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Anniversary Celebrations with Gypsy Rose Lee

This past week marked the one year anniversary of Freya Olivieri’s presence as a fashion designer in Second Life. To celebrate, she has been busting her butt on a whole new collection (only a designer would celebrate their hard work… by a project that takes a lot of hard work!) Unfortunately, due to RL obligations, I wasn’t able to make the Trashy Girls In Style Anniversary fashion show.(big huge gigantic bummer to have missed it – but she did get some pictures on her Flikr!) So I got to participate vicariously, at least!

Disclaimer for full disclosure: While all of the other lingerie I have shared with you on Slingerie has been ensembles that I purchased on my own, this outfit was a gift from Freya, when she and I were chatting about her fashion show. I sometimes do modelling for her, and she very kindly gifts me with most of her new releases. This item is not yet available for sale in her store.

Gypsy Rose Lee Anniversary Corset by TGIS

This corset immediately caught my eye – I am a total sucker for the classic burlesque look, and Freya captures that essence perfectly. It was hard to decide between the pink and red corsets.. but as I’ve done a lot of red lately, I had to go with the deliciously girly pink. (The red, while similar, does have some different styling details)

What’s “Just Right”: The level of detail and generous accessories! Included in the set are matching earrings, necklace and shoes! Freya always remembers that it’s the extras that make an outfit, and provides those details – a lace bow for the bodice, a bow for the corset laces, different skirt versions, gloves… you name it. I like the extra touch of the decoration on the stockings – the little dots are cute!

What Could Use Improvement: Hrm…. if I put on my brutal blogger hat, I could nitpick that a *smidge* more detail on the pink lace overlay would be nice. Maybe little pink bows on the garter belt straps?

Other things to note: if you’re really careful with organizing your layers, you can wear both skirt versions, and have those adorable pink bows peeping out from beneath the tulle of the ‘coat skirt’… the possibilities with this outfit get just giggly fun. 🙂 Another note — those who attended the Anniversary Fashion show received a very generous gift bag… Freya has put that gift out at the TGIS store for folks to enjoy! (look for the pink bag with pink paper)

Photo Details:
Model & Photographer: Sabella Fallen
Lingerie & Jewelry: Gypsy Rose Lee Anniversary Corset by Trashy Girls In Style
Pose & Boa: ShowDiva in Pink by Chanimations/Devious Minds
Cigarette Holder: Devious Minds
Location: Devious Minds

Outfit Details:
Price: Not Yet Available For Sale — but being released soon! (Freya says, “probably around 199L”)
Pieces: Twenty-One!!

Ratings:
Detailing: A
Prim Attachments: MANY!! Corset Tie, Coat Skirt, Chest Bow, Necklace (chest & spine slot), Skirt (stomach & pelvis slot), Earrings, plus shoes!
Resizing Scripts: Yes, a very user friendly one in the coat skirt.
Tattoo Friendly?: Yes! She provides multiple layering options making it fully tattoo friendly.
Curvy Girl Friendly?: Yes – though there was a smidge of stretching on the breast lace.
Multi-purpose pieces?: Sort of… you can put together a variety of looks with the pieces – either the core burlesque ensemble, or a lingerie version…

 
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Posted by on April 12, 2010 in Burlesque / Fetish

 

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Celestial Bodies

It was really difficult to pick just one outfit from Reasonable Desires to share with you. They do a surprising number of things really well, including lingerie, costumes, burlesque, can-can, and retro clothing. Every time I visit, I find something else I simply can’t do without. There is an in-world group with gifts, VIP/Picks prizes, and Lucky Chairs… but honestly, the prices are so low, everything in the store is within reach of even the most modest budget.

Intending to check the price of an outfit I’d already purchased, I found myself with several more bags worth of clothes, questioning my original choice for the blog. Austie Pegler is known for her deft touch with vintage and retro, but at the time time, her new offerings were just delicious. It was sheer fashion agony, I tell you! 🙂


Miss Celeste, by Reasonable Desires

After days of indecision, I finally had to go with one of her burlesque outfits, because she has such a wide variety, both in color and style. I selected the “Miss Celeste” in a black and white polkadot. It can be worn either over or under bust, with a long or a short skirt.

What’s “Just Right”: The lace that Austie used on this ensemble is lovely and the texturing work on the fabric is subtly done. I love the contrasting colored boning and the sheer variety of options in the outfit. The hat is adorable and cute (though I didn’t do a very good job of aligning it on my head in the picture.) This ensemble is delightfully flexible, with so many options – stockings up or down, over or under bust, two different gloves, plus all the extras – pasties, bows, etc.

What Could Use Improvement: I wish that there was a ‘jacket layer’ version of the corset. It’s in two pieces – shirt and pants. The pants layer contains the lower part of the corset and the garters, which are drawn up as if the stockings are unattached. A version with them with the garters extended (and attached) would have been delightful, since standard stockings are part of the outfit (in addition to the’rolled down’ stockings).

Additional Information: Reasonable Desires has a strong presence on XStreet, with inventory in such categories as costumes, lingerie, christmas apparel, underwear, uniforms, lounging and sleepware, silks, cultural costumes, and more. The store is large, easy to browse, and rezzed pretty quickly for me. It’s easy to find the new products, items are grouped by type, and it’s light and airy, making for a pleasant shopping experience.

Photo Details:
Model & Photographer: Sabella Fallen
Outfit: Reasonable Desires – Miss Celeste Burlesque
Location: Devious Minds
Pose: Devious Minds/Chanimations

Outfit Details:
Price: 299L
Pieces: Nineteen.

Ratings:
Detailing: A.
Prim Attachments: Rolled Down stockings for either left or right leg, Fancy Hat, Left & Right Garter Bows, Left & Right pasties, Long Skirt, Short skirt, and Hair Flower.
Resizing Scripts: None
Tattoo Friendly?: No – the bra to the corset is worn on the underwear layer, the corset itself on the shirt layer.
Curvy Girl Friendly?: Yes. It handled my ’89s with no problem.
Multi-purpose pieces?: Costume balls, period role play, a ‘private showing’ for your man…

 
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Posted by on March 18, 2010 in Burlesque / Fetish, Corsets

 

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“Blue Down To My Shoes”

It seems when I stumbled across the Kira set from Seldom Blue last year, it was relatively soon after it’s release. While six months is a long time in fashion, this piece is definately worth a revisit. It’s offered in Black, Cool Green, Electric Blue, Nude, Magenta, Lilac, and Misty Blue.

While it’s the most expensive piece I’ve yet shared with you, it is also the most generous in terms of pieces; two versions EACH of the bra, corset, panties, two skirt options… and multiple layer options are available for nearly all of them! The differing versions include see-through/peekaboo options as well as ones with more coverage for the modest. The Kira set is also remarkable for its extras – prim lace edging for the bra and an adorable little corset-lacing bow.

What’s “Just Right”: The detail work on the fabric itself is remarkable. You can practically hear the rustle of taffetta. The lacing up the front is executed extremely well. I love the lace pattern on the upper portion of the bra cup, which is also repeated on the stockings. The wide band of lace there is striking, and the band of blue draws the eye. Of the skirts, my preference is for the sheer ‘frill’ option, rather than the longer one. I think the flat prims on the short skirt look and lay more naturally than the rounded prims on the long version.

I also like the secondary fabric used as an accent on the stockings that provides a decorative element on the back of the corset. She didn’t have to add extra detail there; but she did, and it really adds to the garment construction.

What Could Use Improvement: The long prim skirt. The shape chosen for the prims doesn’t enhance the piece. There’s a small rosette on the nipple area; I think it distracts a little from the beauty of the bra and the outfit would have been better without it.

Additional Details: SeldomBlue has a very strong xstreet presence, which is just lovely for those wanting to shop for their significant others or friends. Note that many of her wares are offered on Xstreet Uncensored, which may cause issues if you’re browsing/shopping from work…

Photo Details:
Model & Photographer: Sabella Fallen
Outfit: Kira, by Seldom Blue
Location: Carbondale Heights
Pose: DeePosed
Bed & Pillows: DeePosed
Candle: Kunstkammer Crystallized Wax Pillar Candle – UV White
Bookcase: By Georgia!
Feather & Vase: DeviousMinds group gift
Curio Box: Kismet Design

Outfit Details:
Price: 792L
Pieces: 21 + Texture & Landmark. No, you didn’t read that wrong. Twenty-one pieces.

Ratings:
Detailing: A+
Prim Attachments: Lacing bow, skirt frills, skirt with train, and bra frills.
Resizing Scripts: None
Tattoo Friendly?: Partially – torso only. There is not a combo garterbelt/panty option for those who wear lower body tattoos. I asked the designer about it and she mentioned that she would be willing to make one on a commission basis for 800L, as she’d have to build it from scratch.
Curvy Girl Friendly?: Mostly – Some of the vertical detail on the bra gets distorted on higher-slider girls. Moderate shapes shouldn’t have this issue.
Multi-purpose pieces?: Yes. I wear the long corset combined with other pieces for clubbing.

 

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