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Brave

So, last week I launched a new SL venture called Project EveryBody… and I issued my first challenge to everyone who wanted to participate. The challenge was fairly simple, at least in terms of requirements. I asked people to “be brave.” You can read all the details here.

I have big plans for Project EveryBody, and I’ve even bought a domain for it, with the hopes of translating it to the real world eventually. But for now, I’m content to see what it can do for us in Second Life. For now, here’s my take on being brave.

In March of 2009, I was out in SL at Redgrave. I’d taken the base avatar shape and made it my own… badly. I had no sense of proportions, but it was my shape, my (virtual) body. I was protective of it. One thing I had wanted, like so many, was to be some sort of idealized version of myself. I saw SL as a way to be things I couldn’t ever be in RL. Like, for example, leggy. My RL legs are short. I am not short; at 5’6″ I am taller than the average American woman. But I carry my height in my torso. It’s just the way I’m built, like my mother and grandmother before me. The shape I had created in SL was opposite that, and sort of the… Amazon warrior type, and certainly bigger in width and fat than most avies.

Well, back to Redgrave. Some assholes decided to taunt me in public and call Lucie fat. There was a LOT of uninvited commentary about my “fat” shape, and I was furious. Fat? What they hell were they talking about? These people clearly didn’t know what “fat” meant. But, truth be told, in comparison to other SL avs, Lucie was fat. And that’s okay because fat is merely a physical descriptor, not some sort of bad word. It’s like saying (in RL), I have brown eyes. Yep. I do, thanks for noticing. Now, in this case, they were being bullies and jerks about it, and I didn’t really know how to reply because the concept that I was being bullied for how my pixels looked was kind of mind blowing.

I didn’t change my shape because of their assholery. But, over time, Lucie’s shape DID change. Why? Well… I sucked at editing prims and sculpties and nothing.ever.fit. I was frustrated. Didn’t I already deal with this crap enough in RL? Why did I need to deal with it in SL, too? So gradually, Lucie “lost weight,” so to speak, and as she became smaller I lost a big part of who I – the person behind the avatar – was. I was actively working with an eating disorder therapist in RL when I began SL. I was learning to accept and love the RL me, regardless of size. And by shrinking Lucie, well, I sort of caved to a mindset I was so desperately fighting in the real world. When Standard Sizing for mesh came out, Lucie was between a medium and a small. But closer to a small. Instead of embracing the larger size, I shrunk her even more. For a long time she was a small, and occasionally, even an extra small. Now… you need to understand the secret thrill I felt. I’ve literally never been a small in anything. I was a big baby (8 lbs, 6 oz) and I was a BIG kid. Here, let me show you.

Brownies

Guess which girl I am? Okay, yeah the only one with my face not blurred. But also, by far, the tallest, heaviest and overall biggest. And we’re all the same age. This is first grade. I wore a woman’s size 8 shoe by third grade. Nothing ever fit me right.

So, in SL… when I could be a small! Why wouldn’t I? And that’s a valid question, and it’s fine and fun to be in SL what we can’t in RL. Except in my case, it caused me angst, and played into an unhealthy mindset I’d worked too hard to escape.

I realized over time that I didn’t really feel like ME. So, I became a medium, but resisted becoming a large. If Standard Sizing has a flaw it is that the jump from medium to large is pretty freakin’ dramatic. If you look at the differences between small to medium and medium to large in terms of slider points, it’s significant. So, the jump from a small to a medium didn’t feel so major. But to go from a medium to a large? It felt like putting 60 pounds on my avatar in a few short clicks, and part of me resisted that for a year, even though another part of me secretly craved to make Lucie even more fuller figured. And then… then I saw this picture from Lauren Minuet.

Forget about it

While I vehemently disagree with the notion that to look like a “real woman” a person (or avatar!) needs to have “curves,” or that a thin, slender, or athletically built woman is somehow less “womanly” or sexy, I saw this picture and just fell in love. Lauren just oozes sensuality here, and it made me realize that, despite what I’d told myself, I could be a bigger, fuller figured, curvier avatar and NOT feel frumpy or somehow… less than. I could be more like the real me, the me I’d spent so much time working to love just the way that I am, right now, today. I talked to Lauren (who is one of the sweetest people ever) for some tips and advice (mainly I wondered if she was wearing a large or using fitted mesh – she usually wears large, though the dress in the above pic is from a store that doesn’t use traditional standard sizing). And I tweaked my shape dramatically. And I love it.

Going from a medium to a large should’ve been a huge transition, but it felt so… right – at least once I’d realized it was what I wanted, and opinions of others (and especially of my own inner voice that wants to hate on my own body, virtual or real) be damned. Sure, I’m often the biggest avie in the room, but that mirrors my real life, so it feels right. It feels natural. And it’s okay if I’m the biggest, just as it would be if I were the smallest. Admittedly, it can be infuriating to find clothes that fit my new shape properly (because it seems designers don’t always use the exact measurements for large standard sizing and/or don’t make alphas to work with their large sizes). And forget about poses! We need more curvier poses, people. And AOs. Please, AOs! But I digress. So what? These are minor details, minor inconveniences. I feel sassy, sexy and utterly luscious. I feel more like myself. And, not to sound like a McDonald’s commercial here, but I’m loving that.

So, for my “Be Brave” look I picked this outfit from Gizza because of the bold, vibrant and non-matchy colors. I used to dress that way as a kid in RL. At first people made fun of me (not that I cared), but this was the 80s and dressing that way became a trend not long after I first began to do it (which made me do it less, hah). I stopped wearing bright colors like this in RL years ago, and in part I realized it’s because I felt I shouldn’t try to stand out, that I should try to hide my fat body. Somehow, this carried over into SL. I’d bought this outfit in a “safer” color option, even though I wanted, desperately, the vibrant colors you see here. So right after I issued this challenge, I ran back to Gizza to grab the color I’d wanted all along (though they’re all pretty awesome). I picked the hair because I’ve always felt I “couldn’t pull off” these angled bangs sort of styles. The pose is one from Ploom, one of the stores I know of that does does provide curvy avie friendly versions of their animations, and the pose just says, to me, hey, here I am. Take me or leave me, but I’m not hiding anymore!

Brave

I also used a skin that I feel has a more mature face, Simone from Curio. I even got crazy and tried to find some tattoo layer crow’s feet, but I couldn’t find any that weren’t awful and cartoonish. I even made my Mon Cheri Falsies lashes brown instead of black so they’re not quite so dramatic and somewhat closer to a more realistic RL lash look (at least for me).

I'm no heroine

Finally, I have to leave you with a snippet of a song by Ani DiFranco. I love the entire song, and I’ve linked to a YouTube video below. But this particular part resonates with me very strongly (though that’s true of plenty of Ani songs).

I’m no heroine
at least, not last time I checked
I’m too easy to roll over
I’m too easy to wreck
I just write about
what I should have done
I just sing
what I wish I could say
and hope somewhere
some woman hears my music
and it helps her through her day

(For the record, if it helps men that’s awesome, too)

If you want to participate in this challenge, by all means, jump on board! And be sure to share your posts on the challenge page in the comments.

~Lucie

Credits
Note: I am doing a home decor post of this scene in the not-too-distant future, so I’m just doing fashion credits here, but feel free to ask about things if you’d like to know where they are from in the meantime.

Curio: Simone – Makeup 6 – Sundust
IKON: Promise eyes – Moor
Mon Cheri: Falsies lashes
Wasabi Pills: Betty hair – Cinnamon
Gizza: Suspenders outfit – Vibrant
Cae: Cupcake ring, Ascend bracelet
SLink: Mesh hands – casual & mouse, Mesh feet – medium
LVLE: Elena pump – Viridian
Ploom: Strike 1 – Curvy

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My 4th Rezzday

I’m sort of blown away by the fact that a. I’ve been in SL for four years today, and b. that I remembered my rezz day for a change. I’m not going to go into too much detail in this post, as I plan to write a bit about why I began SL when I do my piece for Connecting: 365 SL Lives. Suffice it to say, when I joined, I never imagined my Second Life would last this long or be so fulfilling.

So, for my rezz day I created collages. For each of the four full years I’ve been in SL, I selected pics. Sort of the Evolution Of Lucie, if you will. I don’t have credits on all of the old things, but if you see something and want to know where it’s from, ask. I might still know. Without further ado… my evolution. Don’t laugh too much. We all have those “but I thought I looked so good at the time” pics!

I was only about five days old when I bought my first hair. It was from Damselfly. In those five days, I’d worn hair in tons of colors. I ultimately realized I was going to be a redhead. Partly that was because I wasn’t seeing many redheads around, and partly it paid homage to the color my hair was dyed when I met my husband in real life. Though I occasionally blog another color just for fun, my red hair is sorta my trademark. I’m honestly shocked I’ve kept it all this time, but I don’t plan to change it!

In 2009, I wore a hideous freebie skin for far too long. Then I found a skin from Tea Lane. My husband probably still misses the ass on that skin, but alas, you guys do not get to see that! I only wore the Tea Lane skin for a couple of weeks before someone introduced me to Redgrave and I bought a skin from there. Later in the year, I fatpacked the Chloe skin from Redgrave. It wouldn’t be long, though, before that skin seemed to be the most copybotted on the grid. That made me angry for the creator, and annoyed because 1 day old newbs were wearing my skin (and likely, in most cases, had no clue it was stolen).

2009 Collage

In late 2009, finally tired of seeing my skin on so many other avs, and also ready for a major change in my look, I bought my first LAQ skin, Molly. For some reason, I have no headshots of that skin. Maybe because I looked 14 and didn’t wear it long. I bought Elena a few months later and wore that skin for nearly all of 2010. Can you imagine? Me, wearing the same skin for nearly a YEAR? I bought a new LAQ skin in late 2010, but for almost all of that year, it was Elena. I still think it’s a pretty skin, even if my shape at the time makes me cringe a bit now.

2010 Collage

2011 is the year I discovered Curio. All four of these pics are of Curio skins. It’s also the year I finally managed to master editing prims enough to try prim lashes. It’s amazing the depth they add.

2011 Collage

In late 2011, I bought the gorgeous Elly skin from Pink Fuel. I wore it for a couple of months, but let’s face it. 2012 will go down as the year I embraced my inner skin whore.

2012 Collage

And, to start off my fifth year of SL… a brand new pic, featuring the stunning new Belleza skin Ava. I don’t usually buy the “bare” skins, but this might be the most stunning bare skin I’ve ever seen (I do have on the tattoo eyeliner that came with my lashes, though). My eyes are IKON Eternal eyes in tobacco, the lashes are Gaeline Creations Fantasia and my hair is Devina, a recent Truth release in my current red (blood w/roots) shade. The damask sweater (in chocolate) is from The Secret Store.

4th Rezzday

I am looking forward to a great fifth year of Second Life. Thank you to all who share my daily triumphs and trials, and to all who take time out of your own busy days to read my little blog.

❤

~Lucie

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Two for one…

This post is a two-for-one special! That’s right, I have some Hair Fair and some One Voice for you in this one. Let’s start with One Voice! For those who haven’t heard, this event has officially raised over $20k for Gala Phoenix’s legal costs while she fights to save her beloved brand Curio.

I loved the Essences Moana skin for this event, and I knew I’d want to blog it. I’m wearing it with a shape called Zoya because my own shape and this skin didn’t really work well together.

Hippy Chic

This skirt is by Lula, and I love it. The colors are awesome and it feels very bohemian, yet still sophisticated. I paired it with a lacey top from Ingenue, and voila… hippy chic!

My ring

The jewelry is from Aster, and it’s really dramatic and beautiful. It’s also part of the One Voice event.

I loved this maxi skirt from Elymode the second I saw it. I was slow to adapt to mesh, but skirts – especially these long, flowy types – really work so much better with mesh! I’m fighting the urge to start blogging fall looks, and this skirt really made me think collegiate. I wanted a cardigan and some glasses. However, I resisted and paired it instead with some summery espadrilles from Gos and a crochet tank from Sn@tch. This hair from Alice Project for the Hair Fair was perfect for this look, and allowed me a smidge more modesty.

Strike A Pose

Hair Fair Meets One Voice

I have more Hair Fair posts – including more from Alice Project – in the works, so stay tuned. You can find Alice Project on the Water sim. One Voice closes on July 22nd, so be sure to go grab anything you might still want. Also, some designers have added/changed their items, to keep it fresh… don’t miss this event!

~Lucie

Credits

Look 1:
Skin: Essences – Moana – Rosy Pale w/blush & lash tattoos*
Shape: Embody – Zoya – For Mesh Standard Size Medium (not yet released)
Hair: Exile – Break Away – Moonlight*
Eyes: IKON – Utopia – Purple + Blue
Nails: RezIpsa Loc – Sparkly – Amethyst
Top: Ingenue – Adelaide – Noir
Skirt: Lula – Floral Gala – Lavender*
Jewelry: Aster – Metal Stones Lines*
Poses: Embody – Lust 5 (pic 1) & Daisy 1 (pic 2)

Look 2:
Skin: Izzie’s – Estella – Sunkissed
Hair: Alice Project – Bliss**
Eyes: IKON – Horizon – Dark Blue
Eyeshadow: Izzie’s – Estella – Smokey 2
Lipstick: Izzie’s – Estella – Dark Red
Nails: RezIpla Loc – Sparkly – Onyx
Top: Sn@tch – Crochet Tank – Blue
Skirt: Elymode – Jennifer – Blue & Black Plaid*
Shoes: Gos – Espadrilles – Charcoal
Poses: Embody – Belle 3 (pic 1) & Celebrity 5 (pic 2)

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One Voice is open!!!

One Voice has officially opened! There have been a few technical issues, and many of the designers will be setting up their items in their mainstores, too. Please be patient as they resolve the issues. Trust me… it’s an event you don’t want to miss! Not only is it awesome and inspiring to see so many designers come together to help a fellow creator in need, there are just so many goodies to be had! The sim is also just so pretty and peaceful, and the organizers did a great job laying out all the vendors! Salome Strangelove has also been working hard on a directory of stores participating, so you can check this out, too. Here’s a pic of the sim, near the landing point, that I took last night.

One Voice Sim

I’ve been taking pics like mad, and I don’t want to be too wordy so you can just get to them all. Credits will be at the end as always…

Summer Gaze

Harvest Purple Moon

One Song

On a final note for this post (there will be more posts and there are more pics are already up on flickr)… our voices, when joined as one in chorus, are stronger, and our message becomes harder to ignore. 🙂

~Lucie

Credits
Pic 1:
Skin: Curio – May – Sundust Light – Apple Blossom 1 (May is one of my all time favorite Curio skins!)
Hair: Exile – Break Away – One Voice Pack – Cayenne (tinted) (MESH)*
Eyes: IKON – Sunrise – Bleached Blue
Lashes: Beetlebones – Dainty (MESH)
Shirt: Mon Cheri – One Voice Tank – Pink (MESH)*
Shorts: Insatiable Fashions – Pocketed Shorts – Mute
Furniture: RnB Designs – Beach Deck Set*

Pic 2:
Skin: Al Vulo – Georgie – Custard – Peacock*
Hair: MINA – Charlize – Reds*
Eyes: IKON – Horizon – Pale Caramel
Lashes: Beetlebones – Dainty (MESH)
Dress: PurpleMoon – New Dawn on Fire*
Pose: BENT – Creative Portraits 1*

Pic 3:
Skin: Curio – Yum 2 – Sundust Light – Red Velvet 2
Eyes: IKON – Horizon – Deep Azure
Hair: Exile – Break Away – One Voice Pack – Cayenne (tinted) (MESH)*
Nails: RezIpsa Loc – Sparkly Nails – Onyx
Top: Boom – Twenty-Three Tee – One Voice*
Skirt: Ingenue – Adela – Noir* (I purchased this skirt prior to the event, but it IS at One Voice)
Pose: Embody – Idol 3

*Denotes items available at One Voice event

Click images to see larger versions on flickr!

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One Voice

As much of the Grid knows by now, Gala Phoenix, the incredibly talented owner of Curio, is dealing with every creator’s worst nightmare. Her legal fees to sort out this unbelievable mess are expected to be somewhere in the range of $20k… and yes, that’s in dollars, not Lindens. Gala, like many creators, relies on SL as her main source of income.

I have long loved Curio skins. I own about 7 Curio fatpacks, and I have alts that wear her skins, too. I’ve used them in a bunch of shape ads, and they’re often the skins worn in our pose ads, as well. Needless to say, I am deeply saddened by what Gala’s gone through. It is especially horrible given that this started when she tried to stand up for her brand. There are now other creators who say that Hush is using parts of their skins, but I wonder how many will feel like they can take the chance to file a DMCA on Hush, given what happened when Gala did so back in March. Meanwhile, Hush is still open for business, while Curio is not.

But here’s the positive side of this atrocious mess… some very talented designers have come together to donate their own work and profits to help Gala’s legal fund. This isn’t just about Gala. It’s about the entire community of legitimate, hardworking Second Life designers. It could be anyone dealing with what Gala has had to handle in the past months. This event is called One Voice, and it opens on July 9th and runs through July 16th. What began as an intimate gathering of Gala’s friends and fellow creators, to be held on the Truth District sim, quickly blossomed into a major event… one so large it will now have its own sim. This is the good part of Second Life. This is a community coming together to help raise awareness of this horrific situation, and also to help Gala cover her legal expenses so that she can fight for her brand, for her many years of hard work. The event is called One Voice, and all the vendors will be donating 50-100% of their sales to Gala Phoenix to help her through this challenging time.

one.voice logo 512

Some have questioned why anyone wants to help Gala. Some have said she should’ve known better than to rely solely on Second Life for her income. Some feel this detracts from the Second Life community raising money for more “legitimate” causes. If you’re one of those, please do not comment on this post. I moderate comments and I will delete any negative ones. This is an amazing event. The designers participating all understand that it could just as easily be any of them going through this, and they’ve chosen – of their own free will – to help Gala. How anyone could justify being negative about such an awesome display of support for a fellow creator is beyond me.

And now… without further ado, I’d like to present the first set of pics I’ve taken using items that will be available at One Voice when it opens to the public on July 9, 2012.

One Voice - Listen

This post is significant. This is literally the first time since I joined SL in 2009 that I’ve ever worn a shape I did not make. My RL husband and I joined together, but I had registration issues. It was several days before I was able to join and by then, he’d figured out how to modify his default shape. He taught me how, and so from my first day in Second Life, I’ve always and only worn shapes I made myself (even when I so shouldn’t have, heh). Embody was born partly out of that… I was making so many shapes for fun, it became a business. Rad even gave me a name for my SL profession, and I’m therefore a professional “Shapestress.”

But it is hard to get shapes blogged, even when they are for charity events. I know because we’ve used shapes in charity events, and the times they were actually blogged were few. I get that. Bloggers get really attached to their shapes. Non-bloggers do, too! Even I was hesitant to try mesh for a long time because of the whole “Idonotwannachangemyshape” aspect of mesh. So, I get it, but it also made me really want to blog a shape from the event if one of the designers was generous enough to share them with the bloggers.

So, I’m stepping outside of my comfort zone to blog this shape from Anna’s Shapes. I actually think it’s a very cute shape, and obviously if I’ve always worn my own, I’m bound to be picky. It’s dramatically different from my own “style,” which I think is cool. I mean, if I am going to blog someone else’s shape, it may as well be one that steps outside the boundaries of my usual look!

I paired the shape with this skin from Al Vulo, which is also part of the One Voice event. The dining set is from Adoration Home & Garden, and it’s really cute. There are a variety of place setting options to choose from, and you can rezz food using the placemats. There’s also a pose that’s hilarious called “drunk” and I definitely recommend trying that one out. It’s animated, and a static picture just can’t do it justice, but I laughed really hard when I saw it! Here’s a prelude to that pose, though… I do love some white wine!

One Voice - Share

The dress is from Sleeping Koala, and will be available at the One Voice event. It’s so darn cute, but the back detail in particular is spectacular. I love detailed back work like this… and I definitely wanted to highlight Evie’s talent. I am so impressed by Ms. Evelyn Hartshon. She works so hard, and she’s so dedicated. Not just to her work as a designer, but just in general, in building an SL community and I really admire her for that! I paired Evie’s pretty dress with a gorgeous jewelry set from Sax Shepherd Designs.

One Voice - Stand Up

More soon from this event… and thank you to the designers who were generous enough to share their work with the bloggers. It does help to spread the word when we’re able to promote events in advance of them even opening!

~Lucie

Credits:
Skin: Al Vulo – Georgie – Custard – Natural*
Lashes: Al Vulo – Mesh*
Shape: Anna’s Shapes – Sophia – Small*
Eyes: IKON – Horizon – Dark Purple
Hair: Truth – Vicky – Raven
Dress: Sleeping Koala – Cross Back Floral – Green*
Jewelry: Sax Shepherd Designs – Bijou Mancala – Matinee Necklace & Earrings A*
Table: Adoration Home & Garden – Brown Suede Table (for four) – Casual*
Pose (pic 3): Embody – Bride 5

*Denotes items available at the One Voice event when it opens on July 9, 2012!

Looks

Sex Kittens… featuring my alts

Rad made this awesome new group pose and I knew when I shot the vendor ad that I wanted to do a shot just for the fun of blogging it. I gathered up a bunch of my alts to do this. And before you ask, no I cannot log in five avs at one time! My computer is not that good. I had Rad pose as three of them and I was the other two. One thing that’s awesome about this pose is that the poseballs can be hidden, so you can really use it with one to five avs! And yes, I’m biased, but I just love these poses so much. They are sexy and flirty and fun. Keeping this one short & sweet since there’s so much to follow in the credits!

Sex Kittens

Happy Friday!

~Lucie

Credits:
(from left to right – click the pic to follow through for notes on who is who in the pic)

Enchanted:
Skin: Atomic – Grace – Buff – Fuschia Frenzy
Hair: Exile – Ramona – Midnight
Top: Gawk – Black Lace Top w/white satin corsage
Bottom: Sn@tch Patrona Corset – Black
Tights: Vextra – Opaque Black Pantyhose
Boots: G Field – Will – Black – MESH
Shape: Embody – Deanna

Luciella:
Skin: Aura – Briar – Aqua – Honey
Lips: Aura – Briar – Vixen
Hair: Exile – Nina – Rouge
Eyes: IKON – Horizon – Light Grenada
Jewelry: BastChild – Platinum White Pearl Choker & Earrings
Nails: Izzie’s – Glitter Nails
Outfit: LilLace – Flashy
Tights: Vextra – Fencenet – Black
Shoes: Gos – PYP – Point Platform
Shape: Embody – Allie

Me:
Skin: Curio – Yum 2 – Juicy Grape 2
Hair: Truth – Mercedes – Blood
Eyes: IKON – Utopia – Caramel
Outfit: Sn@tch – Milla Net Top & Panties w/stockings – Purple
Shoes: G Field – Gina – MESH
Shape: Embody – Kadence

Mellie:
Skin: Ploom – Lea – Smoke – Cream
Eyes: IKON – Utopia – Dark Blue
Hair: Truth – Jessie – Caramel (group gift) MESH
Outfit: Sn@tch – Electra Corset – Red
Tights: Vextra – Fencenet – Black
Shoes: Sakide – Latex Rubber Pumps – Black
Shape: Embody – Morgana

Alma:
Skin: Curio – Pout – Whine 2 – Petal Dark
Hair: Truth – Ebony – Macaroon
Eyes: IKON – Horizon – Verdigris
Outfit: Hucci – Sequin Bodysuit – Black & Silver
Tights: Vextra – Opaque black pantyhose
Shoes: Gos – Platform Pumps – Just Black
Shape: Embody – Emmaline

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Comfort

I have fibromyalgia. Those of you who follow me on Plurk know this. So when AliannaMarie GossipGirl (of Insatiable Fashions) told me about an SL event that is designed to help promote awareness of this disease, I knew I wanted to participate. Rad made this sweet friends pose for the event… it’s appropriately called “Comfort,” and I can assure you that the support of a good friend (or a great husband) can go a long way towards getting me through a bad day.

I had to shoot the pic for our vendor texture today, so I decided to edit a version to use here. I grabbed a friend who often models for our ads, and this is the result…

Comfort

For more information about the Fibromyalgia Awareness Day Fair 2012, please visit their site. Also, they are still accepting vendor applications for the event. There is no cost, but you do need to provide one freebie that is related to fibromyalgia. If you are interested in participating, contact Ariana Petrova in Second Life to get an application and more information.

~Lucie

On Lucie:

Skin: LAQ – Jennie 2 05 – Peach

Hair: Magika – Hana Mirrored

Necklace: Miao – Angie

Top: Jane – Cropped Sweater – Greys (group gift version) MESH

Jeans: Kyoot – Etienne Capris – Grey

Shoes: Elikatira – Millside Flats – Smoke

Shape: Embody – Autumn

On Sephie:

Skin: Curio – Pout – Sundust Dark – Project Fur 01

Hair: Truth – Parisa – Carob (MESH)

Shirt: RezIpsa Loc – Scoop Neck T – Mint Green

Jeans: RezIpsa Loc – Butterfly Brooch

Boots: Elikatira – Secret Boots – Winter