Sunday, January 3, 2010

*The London Influence*

Second Life brings the many wonderful folds of designer diversity into one platform. Coming from the UK, London-native, Jaimee Benelli, has been custom designing for years in SL and continues to create for her store, Liberty's of London. Benelli creates male & female outfits, as well as jewelry and special lingerie. Up for review are more recently items out in-store now:

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Liberty's 2
Left: Plunge Wool JumperDress - Red Spice
Warm enough yet? The JumperDress is not only short, but reveals the assets in a plunging neckline. The sculpted sleeves, skirt piece and collar are all modifiable. The wool texture is rich and pixelation is not present. The only downside is that there is limited clothing layer options.

Right: Silk Tie Corset Dress in Red
This sassy business piece does come with some wearable options. The tie is textured onto the shirt already; but, if you prefer a collar with the tie, then an attachable tie with collar is available. All the sculpted attachments are modifiable. Noticeably, there is a seam line along the shirt and pant layers; however, there is no gap between each (which can sometimes occur with between the layers). The texture also appears to be hand-drawn around the tie on the shirt layer - a nice touch.

Liberty's Uno
Left: Prive Style Sage
This shirt & pant layer ensemble comes with a modifiable sculpted skirt. Seams between each layer are not so noticeable, unless perv-cammed in. The teal designs give this strapless mini-dress a trendy-fun feel.

Right: RadioActive Dress - Winter Blue
Like the Prive Style, RadioActive comes in a shirt & pant layer and a sculpted mini skirt piece. Again, the seams along the two layers are noticeable. The rings on each hip and middle of the breasts draw the eyes along the body, giving a subtle sexy aura to the onlookers. This outfit is definitely club or beach ready!

From casual to formal, more styles can be found at the Liberty's of London main store.

TP to Liberty's of London

Lv, Tekila Vella