Sunday, November 30, 2008

Horned swan


I'm sorry, it's just me today! I'm waiting for a few more people that are out of town on Thanksgiving break (or who have computer issues like poor katat0nik), and will post part six of People at Work tomorrow, hopefully. Today, I thought I'd share some of the releases that happened over the past few days. First, Draconic put her Black Swan dress into her shop. It's a lush dress, combining 1850s-style sleeves with a pre-French Revolution skirt for more fabric than you could shake a Caledonian Ball at.

I'm wearing this lovely frock with a few other things -- the bone choker from Studio Sidhe, a new release of a few days ago, and these iridescent, translucent horns from Demented Dollies. I tried my best to show the necklace (below), although the photo probably isn't close enough. Click for a larger image! Studio Sidhe makes very unique items, and the bone really suited the macabre nature of the outfit. The horns got me panning in and staring. Such detail on the outside and inside, with little saucy dangling bits to set off the tips.

Back to People at Work tomorrow! Or perhaps I should make it a once-a-week series...whacha think?

This is the Osiris Bleeds color of the horns


***Dress: Draconic Kiss Fallen Swan from the Dark
***Horns: Demented Dollies Osiris and Osiris Bleeds horns, by Xs Andree
***Earrings: Schadenfreude Irmina earrings
***Tattoo: Tramp Stamp Tattoos - Trinity
***Hair: BettiePage BP* mitsuami hair / pompa braid
***Skin: DEN-DOU gothly skin - pale - dark
***Choker: Studio Sidhe Bone & Silver Engraved Choker


Anonymous said...

I think for your own sanity and to keep it fun, it would be great as a once a week series.. then you would have time to collect and edit... its a great series, and I really enjoy both looking and participating

Faery Sola said...

Every week I am amazed at how you put outfits together Achariya... you do it so well! Great word as always!!!

I agree with Elusyve, the series on creators at work would be great as a weekly thing... it really was fun to follow and participate!