I Feel Like A Faerie: LBD New Gown

A lovely gown had been released by LeeZu Baxter Designs. Ginko Flexi Dress – Lilie. It is such a grand gown and yet the dainty image it has is quite amazing. The top is almost bare on the left side and not only is it sweet but also very sexy.

The very delicate colours, which can only be described at pink and green, but no way would those two colour names do justice to this very delicate and sweet colours, is used with amazing texture. It comes with a large hair ornament that looks like three flowers and also three skirt parts. One of them is the one closest to a normal gown but LeeZu made this skirt with an amazing 136 prims which shows the detail and the amount of work that had gone into it. It is slightly longer at the back and because of this length, the green part at the bottom of the skirts shows more at the back, making it a charming part of the design.

Then there is a more sheer looking sculpture primed skirt that is more full and not flexi. This part can be attached together with the flexi skirt, which I did in the pics. There is also a short mini skirt, which is a whopping 192 prims! With the mini skirt, the outfit looks almost like a faerie outfit. I know there will be personal tastes but I like the long grand ballroom skirt the most because I think it makes the most out of the dainty colours and delicate design of the top part.

The solf colours of this gown matched the Classic Akoya Pearl jewelry that was launched from Styles of edo because the pearls in these pieces are cream pink coloured rather than white due to aging. I wrote about these pearls in my previous post so please refer to this write up if you are interested. It’s no ordinary pearls so I thought the value and quality of these pearls matched this gorgeous gown aside from the colour.

LeeZu Baxter – Ginko Flexi Dress, Lilie

Outfit: LeeZu Baxter Designs, Ginko Flexi Dress – Lilie
Shoes: Stiletto Moody, Pinup (Blush)
Necklace: Styles of edo, Classic Akoya Triple Strand Necklace
Earrings: Styles of edo, Classic Akoya Drop Earrings
Hair: Sky Everett Designs, Tempting Fate black w/earrings
Nails: Persona, Nail Gloves (light pink)
Skin: Tuli, Emily [pale] ~ coal

Written and modeled by Kay Fairey, model for Boulevard Agency, Evane Models Agency, Ewing Fashion Agency and Second Look Studio

Big New Releases at Styles of edo! Pearls and Gowns

This weekend, Styles of edo has decided to release a new gown called Swanilda, which is a long gown version of Coppelia and also their very first pearl jewelry, the Akoya Pearl Series. I will post about the Swanilda release in a separate post.

If you know anything about pearls, you should be excited! The Akoya Pearls were natural pearls (non-cultured) that existed in the early 1900’s that are no longer produced or available except as antique pearl jewelry. A real Akoya Pearl triple strand can cost something like US$50,000 or more and are true luxuries which you will be lucky enough if you found a good one on sale. Well, this is Second Life! Make your jewelry dream come true!

edo has launched 4 necklace types, single strand, long single strand, double strand and triple strand together with 2 types of earrings, studded pearl earrings and drop type earrings. Note the creamy pinkish colour of the pearls. Pink pearls are the most expensive pearls you can get as it is not easy to match up the colours of pearls to make a whole necklace or any piece of jewelry with pink coloured pearls. The pearl jewelry that just came out from Styles of edo are all pinkish and creamy that comes from aging.

The backside of the necklaces are also made to first class quality with a detailed necklace buckle as you can see from a picture I have taken below.

You might be wondering if edo Tone is now making jewelry. Well, not really. The idea and concept of these pearl jewelry came from edo Tone while the actual creation was done by the Chrissy Ambrose, designer and creator of jewelry who owns Virtual Impressions. This explains the quality of the pieces. So let me show you what these two have come up with as a collaborative work.

Styles of edoAkoya Pearl Single Strand

Styles of edoAkoya Pearl Single Strand (long)

Styles of edoAkoya Pearl Double Strand

Styles of edoAkoya Pearl Triple Strand

The back side of the pearl necklaces (the one shown here is a triple strand)

To go to Styles of edo, click here.

Written and modeled by Kay Fairey, model for Boulevard Agency, Evane Models Agency, Ewing Fashion Agency and Second Look Studio