The Queen of the Fall

Blue mentioned yesterday that the Sisters of Eden held their annual Autumn Queen dance this weekend, and our lovely Frani was chosen as the Autumn Queen!  Congratulations Frani!

Frani layered this beautiful gown from Bella Moda with an applier layer from Paisley Daisy to create her ensemble.  It’s a delightful mixture of sheer with a metallic glimmer, and it suits her well!

We’re so happy to have Queen Frani!  Long may she reign!  Well, until the Winterqueen…. but I’m so happy for autumn!

Mahalo!  A hui hou!

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Tara on the beach

Why do stores give out group gifts?  I figure two good reasons — to thank their customers, and to encourage new customers into their stores.  I’ve gladly just discovered {FAFA} ethnic clothing, and you can be sure I’ll be back!

Alaska Metro <3‘s Daytime is a lovely general-purpose makeup set, eyeshadow and lippy for any casual occasion. 

Off we go, skipping down the sand — chasing every moment of Summer that’s left.

Mahalo!  A hui hou!

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Dialing Home

There is joy in wandering…. and joy in returning.  The cosmos is my home, the dance of the stars my heartbeat. 

Neil said “We are made of the dust of stars, and the oceans flow in my veins”.

Come with me…. let’s set a course.  Second star to the left, and straight on until dawn.

Mahalo!  A hui hou!

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A touch of darke

I’ve been blogging about Petite Mort for a while now, but I don’t know how many of you know about Melora’s more recent venture, Oubliette!  Oubliette has a different flavour than Petite Mort, a bit of goth, a bit of darkness — or as one of my favourite book series says, “darkeness”.  That darkeness fires Lucretia, an exclusive art-deco inspired gown for the Midsummer Enchantment event!

Lucretia comes in fitmesh sizes for Maitreya, TMP, both SLink and all three Belleza bodies, and there’s a lovely palette of six colours for you to choose from.

  • {Way} — Katherine 03 pose

I really love the beautiful way that Melora has worked the angular lines of the dress into the more flowery curves at the top and at the hem.   That’s always seemed the beautiful paradox of art deco to me, drawing from art nouveau, merging the linear and the curved.

Stop by Midsummer Enchantment, visit Oubliette, and revel in the darke.

Mahalo!  A hui hou!

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