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It has been a loooooong while since I posted a regular LOTD here outside of the 52 Weeks of Color Challenge, but I couldn’t sleep last night, so I played around with clothes instead. I have been wanting to put together a winter weather look with this adorable sweater (because hunter green is a redhead’s best friend), but I didn’t want it to end up looking like a Christmas outfit. However, I think this look worked out just fine for a late night/early morning clothing binge.
Yellow week is here, and I have to say… I’m not really a fan of yellow. Not in either life. But, for some reason, I had some yellow items hanging out in my inventory, so I threw them together and called it a day. And for fun, I threw in some decor, too. Enjoy!
I’m waaaay behind on getting my sepia post up (from my usual timeline, anyway), and I’ll admit that it wasn’t as easy as I’d hoped. What exactly IS sepia? The Wiki says it’s a dark brown-grey color, named after the rich brown pigment derived from the ink sac of the common cuttlefish Sepia. So I pretty much stuck with that definition of sepia and came up with a well-rounded mixture of rich browns. Sepia wasn’t easy at all, but I tried. So don’t give me crap about it being brown, k?
We’re four weeks into the color challenge, and I’m having more and more fun each week. I thought plum might be a bit difficult, mainly because there are so many different shades of purple to sift through in my inventory, but I really don’t think it was that bad. I decided to delve into my inventory rather than searching the grid like crazy this week, so I stuck to my platform and searched my clothing folders for hours. Since I like to mix and match, my plum outfit isn’t really plum through and through, but it does give an overall plum effect. And I kinda like it that way.
I’ll be honest… I struggled with this week’s color challenge a bit. I started off with another outfit that ended up looking too much like mustard, so I scrapped it. I was trying to stay away from lemon yellows and mustard yellows, so I experimented a bit and ended up with something a little gold-ish. So yeah, I failed. Big time. Oh well. I’m still determined to keep up with this weekly challenge, whether I fail or not.
I find myself really loving this color challenge, and I’ve been looking forward to posting a new look all week. Thanks for getting me back into blogging, Luna! I know this look probably seems a bit casual, but I really, really love a good casual look. Plus, it gave me a chance to blog my favorite jeans. You just can’t do blue without jeans, can you? Nuh uh. I mean… you could, but why would you want to? =P
Luna Jubilee proposed a 52 Weeks of Color Challenge, and I think this might be a good goal for me. I have been a super lazy blogger because I spend so much time building and doing other things, so I am really going to try to stick to this. The first week is grey, and I had plenty of grey in my inventory to get me started.
In case you didn’t already know, I recently moved the [SPRY] mainstore from the Horst sim (which is sadly closing soon) to the Lo Lo sim to make a new home with the existing Caroline’s Jewelry, Ingenue, and !BANG mainstores. (And the new Doppelganger Inc. mainstore is coming soon!) In the process, I have developed some new friendships with talented creators who I have admired from afar for quite a while. And one of those creators is Caroline Apollo.
Just kinda felt like blogging, so here’s a simple, feminine look for you. I’ve been on a skirt kick lately, and I absolutely love this one (which is actually part of a dress.) Plus, I needed to show off some of my hair fair finds in regular LOTD style, so here’s the first! Enjoy!
I’m back with my last installment of Hair Fair goodies. I merged the mid-length and long hairstyles together for this post, because I didn’t find as many of each that I would wear on a regular basis. It seems this year’s Hair Fair had a LOT of braids, ponies, piggies, and short hairstyles, but not so many mid-length and long hairstyles that I would wear. So, here are my faves, and if you haven’t been to the Hair Fair yet, you better get on that because it closes in a few days!