Love Interruption

Love Interruption

I want love to walk right up and bite me
Grab a hold of me and fight me,
leave me dying on the ground

And I want love to,
split my mouth right open,
cover up my ears and
never let me hear a sound

I want love to forget that you offended me,
Or how you had defended me
when everybody tore me down

~ “Love Interruption” by Jack White

Love Interruption

Jack White made me do it. And I have done it in the fabulous new mesh leather pants from Raven Pennyfeather. Raven has stepped over the abyss to mesh quite successfully with these amazing mesh leather pants with laces up the side. I tp’d into a meeting wearing these and frankly, it became all about my pants. And why not? Raven has stitched these to perfection with one of her amazing brocade textures.

I pair it with a metal corset made of prim rings my friend MS insisted I get. I had to do some adjustment but it worked out when I put on an alpha prim (which does NOT come with it—boo). I thought it was pretty damn cool looking.

Love Interruption

My face comes courtesy of two of SL’s best brands. First, my skin is one of Aida Ewing’s newest, which I have shown before, but bears repeating. My shadow is from Shyla Diggs, one of her offerings for 50L Friday that was, as of this time, still available.

And my sexy, heart stopping locks come from my sweetheart, Queue Marlowe. She is still pushing on the mesh, kicking and screaming, but she is pulling it off. This is one of THE sexiest styles around in mesh, if you ask me.

Love Interruption

And I want love to,
change my friends to enemies,
change my friends to enemies
Show me how it’s all my fault

No I won’t let love disrupt, corrupt or interrupt me
I won’t let love disrupt, corrupt or interrupt me
Yeah I won’t let love disrupt, corrupt or interrupt me

Hair: sometime house wine by Queue Marlowe for Analog Dog *

Skin: Glam Affair – Cassiopea – India 02 BR by Aida Ewing for Glam Affair *

Makeup: -Belleza- Purple Glitter Eyeshadow by Shyla Diggs for Belleza

Eyes: IKON ‘Sunrise’ Eyes – Light Aspen (ML) by Ikon Innovia for IKON

Corset: Oh! Studio::My Ethno Waspie:: by Marcopol Oh for Oh! Studio

Pants: RFYRE ESPERER  MESH LEATHER PANTS TAPESTRY – S by Raven Pennyfeather for House of RFyre *

Nails: Leverocci – Round Nails_1FA_BlackPlain by Jin Elfan for Leverocci

Shoes: – Shoes Linda – 12colors  REDGRAVE by TeamRedgrave for REDGRAVE


2 thoughts on “Love Interruption

  1. Pingback: Love Interruption | Second Life Fashion Lookbook |

  2. Looking at the photographs in post it is hard to believe it was first published August 5, 2012, almost four years ago and well before the availability of amazing WindLight environments, shadow capable Viewers that run on mid range computers and now mesh bodies, mesh heads, became the latest “must have” in SL.

    Ms Beresford herself has mentioned several times that her Photoshop skills are what graphic artists technically describe as “crap” even the shadow was on a prim.

    What we are seeing is basically what you would have seen had you been standing there in her SL studio watching when Harper took these photos.

    To me it shows just how excellent and individual a system avatar can look when it is correctly and professionally styled with the desired look in mind when choosing each element. A great skin on a shape that enhances the skin, taking the time to choose complementary makeup, eyes and nails that express the personality of the character, hair that enhances rather than dominates the look and teaming that with clothing in this case pants that both fit well and have textures so realistic that in this case you would swear you could feel the tapestry if you reached out and touched them and knowing how much “edginess” is enough without going overboard, the edge here provided by the metal corset made of prim rings.

    I am sure if these photos were posted on a fashion blog tomorrow no one would say
    “OMG that’s a standard system body and look at that corset, it’s not mesh, it’s just normal old prims.”

    The answer to having an avatar people look at for the right reasons is understand that today’s “fashion” may be what everyone is wearing but it isn’t style.

    I use as my personal style guide the following phrase which to me say everything you need to know when deciding if what you are putting together is style or just another cookie cutter look of the day

    “Style – the ability to catch and hold the eye without causing alarm”

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