Second Life Fashion from ReadMeri | Fairy Bower

The Fairy Bower

When the queen of the fae wants to talk to you, and it involves visiting in her bower, you know you’re in trouble. No man or woman has come out quite the same.

If you think it might be safer to visit Midsummer Nights Indie Teepee Festival instead, you’re not wrong, and here’s the entertainment for tonight, you just best hope Titania is not displeased…

What to wear in Second Life today?

Bower | DRD – evening romance – Blue (Midsummer Night’s Indie Teepee Festival)
Pose | an lar [poses] The Hermia Pose Set (Midsummer Night’s Indie Teepee Festival)
Eyes | Go&See Elena Eyes No.1 (Midsummer Night’s Indie Teepee Festival)
Crown | Kenvie Thorn Silver (Midsummer Night’s Indie Teepee Festival)
Necklace | LUXE. Triple Knot Choker Silver (Midsummer Night’s Indie Teepee Festival)
Hair | Little Bones Chachki (Little Bones Mainstore)
Skin | alaskamaetro Titania Crystal (Midsummer Night’s Indie Teepee Festival)
Dress | {Reverie} Fleur de Amaryliss Tunic – Storm [Mait/2Sli] (Midsummer Night’s Indie Teepee Festival)

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So while you’re there, listening to the music and hiding from Titania in the forest, you might as well have a look at some of the fabby designers at INDTP this year.

Sponsor, {Reverie}, have made this romantic ‘Fleur de Amaryliss’ tunic, which I chose to wear in the colour ‘storm’ (dark blue/grey). It has fitted mesh sizes for Maitreya and both Slink bodies, but as it’s a loose fit, it’s worth trying a demo whatever mesh body you are using, or even maybe if you aren’t into mesh bodies. Might work shoppers!

I’m also doing something I almost never do for this blog post – I changed my skin and eyes. Alaskametro’s Titania skin (shown in crystal shade) is really nice, comes with all the appliers you could wish for and is one of six (I think) skins on offer at the event.

I think everything else credited is fairly self-explanatory!

Here’s a well lit no shit shot and a close up of my face… Click to see them larger.

And finally, the jigging for the rigging video, so you can see what stays put 🙂

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