All About Business

I have once written about how people complain about the lack of business clothes in SL. I just don’t see it. Many great business looks can be put together (especially if one is able to make allowances about necklines).

All About Business

Take this dress from monica Outlander. Top to bottom, it’s a winner for a well-dressed woman. With its creamy knit texture, modest length (again for SL), and versatility, this dress can be very handily worn for business in SL. I have accessorized with a great belt from Sofi Trenkins and one of Mika Nieuport’s great 50L Fridays jewelry sets.

All About Business

The stunner of this whole look, however, is Mea Cannell’s newest skin offering, specifically made for African-American or African-European women. I really liked this skin—it’s beautiful and appropriate. I am especially fond of the lips. It’s not a light skin darkened. I will wear this skin again, especially when I want an elegant look.

All About Business

Getting down to business:

Hair: >TRUTH< Skyla – espresso by Truth Hawks for >TRUTH< *

Skin: Aimesi Skin Samara Face3 Dark by Mea Carnell for Aimesi *

Dress: Miamai_Bebe Cream by monica Outlander for Miamai *

Jewelry: MIEL CUE SET – 50L Fridays by Mika Nieuport for MIEL

Belt: ~SIGMA~Jewels/ Tamara belt brown by Sofi Trenkins for ~SIGMA~

Shoes: .*Courtisane*. La Sauvage – Graybrown by Enktan Gully and LeeZu Baxter for Courtisane *

One thought on “All About Business

  1. I have a number of work appropriate outfits, none of them draw as much attention to the butt as the one you include here. My favorite skirt suits are a floral lace coat-dress from Angelina Eizenberg (I bought it in navy, black and plum), an argyle sweater with pencil skirt from Adreahna Vlodovic, and a black skirt with white shirt from Tavo Vella.

    I wear pants suits most of the time. A black and gold from Kitten Ouachita, a navy blue and white by Etem Young for StarSong and several (taupe, burgundy, grey) from Jonquille Noir.

    I accessorize … my current favorites are Reico Yoshikawa’s rose pins and Zaara Kohime’s pashmina shawls.

    Several of their places are gone now, some to the web and some gone-gone. My guess is that business wear demand was longer in coming than many of these creators could afford to wait. I hope they return.

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