New Gowns from Chez Firous - A la Modeeeeeee
Thank you ladies!!
After talking with Nazeem resident, we decided to drop the prices of the gown, so its easier for courtiers! instead of 600 L its now 450 L <3
For the Reopening of Georgian London in Second Life, The Court of St. James's, I've created some new gowns! Since the Roleplay is shifting from London, to the Court of St. James's and the timeline has been changed to 1763, I thought some pretty new dresses were in order.
These dresses are 450 L each, and comes with it:
System Clothes for traditional avatars,
Omega Appliers that can be used with mesh bodies (I wear Lara from Maitreya),
Mesh shoes that could be worn with Slink Feet (Mid - height)
Mesh Skirt (For those who prefer a Mesh Skirt)
And Lace Cap for the Hair
I hope you Like them! They can be found in the Market of Georgian London in Second Life, the Court of St. James's.
Helloo helloo my pretties, I've finished up a collection of Georgian gowns. All these gowns released, was created in the 1740s/50s Style of Georgian England, in the middle of the 18th Century.
I know they all say Day Gowns, but in practice, these gowns were worn all day and evenings as well. I named it day gowns, to differentiate them from the very formal gowns worn at privileged events. (Hence, those will be known as Evening gowns).
I Hope you all like them! They are mostly 250L, though some are 300L. You can find them then in my store, in Georgian London.
What a delightful exhibit. It was a pleasure to view it. I'm quite a fan of Artemisia.
I came across her from a very IMPRESSIVE 3 part documentary about "The Story of Women and Art" by Professor Amanda Vickery. In episode one, about 31:30 minutes into episode one, they discuss Artemisia for a bit. Its a great documentary, I encourage viewing it.
Tired of feeling cold? Need some autumn/winter colors? Now you don't have to! (Hehehe, I know Im silly).
I've just released some 18th century, Georgian Specific winter clothes to stay warm. I hope you ladies enjoy it!
It can be found in my store, in GLSL London, 1745. ( http://maps.secondlife.com/secondlife/Mercury/53/149/3601 )
Thats sand I use to visit it a lot, and mj, maria, and I have fond memories of the place dating all the way back to 2009. But I have faith, with every closed door, comes a new opened one. Who knows what the future of sl has in store.