Wicca’s Wardobe: Weird moments in black and white – the second ;)
Ok I admit I stuck a while with my weird moments about stylings, but I have to admit it feels very nice to be allowed to do what you want 😉 The basic of this styling was one of the last “Claim the Fame” shows. The theme was Fantasy Avantgarde. Mostly I try to match the shows themes with my stylings and so this look came together.
The basic makes one of the Black & White skins, made by Nuuna Nitely, owner and designer of Nuuna’s Skins. The for sure with my addiction to Finesmith Designs, jewelry from yula Finesmith had to be part. The skirt part is from the “Saleena Inspiration” set. To cover up the private parts I chose to wear the “Maya” nipple shields and the “O collection 011” bracelets, as well from Finesmith. If you look closer you can see that I used the “Valeria Inspiration” earrings as well for the ears and I changed them in size and made me great wings out of them as well 🙂 The pants, the forehead pice and the feet parts I took from Eshi Otawara‘s “Flying Home” outfit. For the top I remembered one of my old-time favourites… the “Wilted Wednesday Vest” made by Kyoot. For the hair I chose one of the great hairstyles of 3636 Designs.
And now I will hide in the depth of my inventory again and see what I can come up next with 😉
~ by Wicca Merlin on June 15, 2011.
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