FFL - Voyage


Fashion for Life has just opened for bloggers. It is peaceful here and lovely.  I have many boxes of exceptionally lovely things to show you and I haven't begun to open all the offerings. And a very busy time was had by all.

My plan is to show you a few of the locales so you can get a sense of the environs. This morning I am in Voyage sponsored by Vintage Jewels and Mon Cheri.

My oh so comfortable, very much me outfit comes from Sky (FFL opens 7th) (main store). The outfit is called Passport to Fun which comes in several colors; this is Khaki.

The tied sweater is an optional garment sold separately. I love it even though I couldn't figure out how to change the colors (20 in all) and had to write the designer (oh my!). The hud that unpacks the items for Sky is also in this case the hud that changes the sweater color. I have already marked the folder appropriately with "DON'T DELETE THIS HUD" - LOL.  Good to know!

I have always loved the tied sweater look and indeed I had a prim one long ago (yes, prim not sculpt although I am sure I had one of those along the way also). If you are a casual gal like me you really need one of these!


And if you aren't a tied sweater gal, no worries; the outfit is beautifully textured in the more simplistic form.

My hair is a new release from Damselfly (FFL opens 7th)(main store) Kippa. Very pretty; very natural.


The skin I am wearing hales from .:JUMO:. Fashion (FFL opens 7th) (main store) and is called Leona with 5 colors Cream, Honey, Cocoa, Caramel and Fraise. There are add on makeups for eyes and lips. It comes with a variety of brow colors. I am really liking this! :D


Definitely an integral part of this outfit, sandals from Essenz (FFL opens 7th) (main store) - Laguna. These come with a color change hud that happily included TWO colors that went with this outfit. Black and White are also in the mix. These are for Slink medium feet which I just purchased (yes, finally).  Other new styles are available for both high and flat Slink feet.

Poses by: Diesel Works