You can’t kiss an Irish girl unexpectedly. You can only kiss her sooner than she thought you would. ~ Irish saying
I thought my pretty girl today should be tagged an “Irish lass,” mostly because of the green of her dress and the season. Mami Jewell just released this beautiful gown, a mix of mesh and sculpty and flexi prim, employing the best of each. The main gown is a perfect corseted bodice over a long skirt with a nicely made skirt, all in mesh. Then Mami pumps it up with a few great optional attachments, like the rose-crowned translucent train that floats around the body. The movement of those pieces makes all the difference and it’s hard to notice they are flexi prims (beyond their movement) because Mami has so skillfully built and textured them. I complimented the look with AvaGardner Kungler’s beautiful necklace for the Instruments.
Skin Fair opens very soon, kids, and June Salmson has worked her heart out on two new skins to be shown there. I am wearing Jessica, which comes with appliers for everything you would ever need them, including the Maitreya body, which I am wearing. I added June’s pretty beauty mark to the look and enjoyed the simple elegance of her skin. My hair is Shylah Honey’s gacha item for The Luck of the Irish. The bonus to this hair is that it comes with a detachable spray of hair that makes this either a lovely long look, cinched in back or a bun. And the bun is the best feature. It’s a Celtic knot, perfect for your Irish lass look or frankly, any look you want to make elegant.
Skin: [LoveMe] Jessica Skin – [DarkBrow] – Lipstick01 – Sunkiss with [LoveMe] Jessica Skin – Beautymarks by June Salmson for [LoveMe] Skins, available at the Skin Fair (opening March 13) *
Eyes: #adored – moon eyes – dk green // a by Constance Daehlie for #adored, available at Skin Fair (opening March 13) *
Body:Maitreya Mesh Body – Lara V2.1 by Onyx LeShelle for Maitreya
Dress: -AZUL- Lexa /Peridot by Mami Jewell for –AZUL- *
Nail appliers: Nailed It – Maitreya – Pastels Set by Giela Delpaso for Nailed It *
Poses by Luth Brodie for Reel Expression (no longer available)