The Ghost of Eliza Doolittle

A friend challenged me the other night to dress goth with him. Now that’s a funny request since I work for the presumable Queen of Goth—Raven Pennyfeather.

However, I wanted to do something different so I donned a beautiful goth skin and then put on the Lady Beaumont frock from Teaa Demina. I wanted to be a ghost, not a vampire—a beautiful mysterious ghost from a past time.

Teaa’s dress made the look fantastic. With her incredibly shaded textures and sense of pattern and solids plus the use of prims in her ensembles, Teaa is a more premier artist than her lack of press would lead one to believe. Is she an undiscovered talent or simply overlooked? Either way, her work is fabulous.

Eliza Doolittle

I wore this spectacular hat from Siyu Suen—Eliza’s Ascot Hat-to top the outfit. With it’s combination of sculpties and flexis, it’s an ideal hat—well built, well textured, and thoughtfully made with the netted sculpty piece that goes over the hair (and not unbelievably clinging to the head at a tilt).

Eliza Doolittle

I changed my white goth skin out for Pulse’s new Victoriana skin. Its fragile translucent skin suited this look suitably. I can still be a ghost but there is no reason to be dead.

Eliza Doolittle

Finally, I finished the look with the Lady Beaumont shoes made by Teaa as well. The bows and ribbons made otherwise unspectacular shoes beautiful.

Eliza Doolittle

Included in this ghost story:

Hair: Maitreya Bo – Platinum by Onyx LeShelle  for Maitreya

Skin: Pulse Skin-Valeries T: Victoriana/Twist by Lorac Farella for Pulse Skins

Hat:*~*Eliza’s Ascot Hat: Transfer by Siyu Suen of *~*Illusions*~*

Dress: M’Ladys “Lady Beaumont” by Teaa Demina of M’Lady

Shoes: M’Lady “Lady Beaumont Slippers” by Teaa Demina of M’Lady

A quick shout out to Belinda in Alabama, a non-SL player but fan who has bookmarked my blog for her daily enjoyment. It’s such an honor to know you are reading, Belinda :)

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