This is my final post of 2013 and I am so excited about that that I had to share a few looks with you!
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First I have Living Imagination’s Free Romance – Frozen. I wore it this way for AVENUE’s recent White and Gold Holiday Party. I accessorized it with the fabulous GizzA – XMAS Horns [ J&A EXPO GIFT ] and the Mandala Polly jewelry set in gold and white.
This lovely gown is a part of this round of The Couturier’s Docks and a limited edition, so you had best hurry on over for it!
I was away from home the past couple of days enjoying some mountain resort time with my hubby and son. While I was gone the first items from the Fantasy Gacha Carnival were delivered to me and I knew as soon as I got home I would have to unpack and share!
I decided to wear yet another lovely Couturier’s Dock item by h.m.a.e.m. called “Ladybug dress.” It too is limited edition so don’t miss out on it! I coupled it with the 1st items shared with us for the Fantasy Gacha Carnival by .Luminary., the Hermione Crown – Gold and the Boleyn Necklace – S.
The theme of this round of the Fantasy Gacha Carnival is “Winter Wonderland.” Augurer, the mind behind .Luminary., was influenced by “The Winter’s Tale” by William Shakespeare when creating items for this round of the Carnival. The items are thereby designed with the Tudor era in mind. The necklace I am wearing is a common item (Augurer was sweet enough to give me one that bore the initial of my first name) and it was modeled after Anne Boleyn’s famous necklace. The Hermione Crown is a rare item and available in three colors. Here is a fun fact provided by Augurer…Did you know some people suspect that “The Winter’s Tale” was inspired by the story of Anne Boleyn and Henry VIII? Either way, the items created by .Luminary. are stunning. The next round of the Fantasy Gacha starts February 1st and lasts the entire month.
All poses used were *Manifeste* and photos were taken at Neva Sky Villi.
Thank you for reading and I hope you all have a wonderful 2014, filled with only the very best!
“For last year’s words belong to last year’s language
And next year’s words await another voice.”
― T.S. Eliot, Four Quartets