Nostalgia


As bloggers many of us are in a constant state of showing the newest, brightest and most fashionable releases that either come our way or that we go searching for. There is absolutely nothing wrong with that; it is actually part of our job description.

But I got to thinking today as I was putting together this outfit. What about our old favorites? So this post features three new releases and a couple of almost ancient accessories that I found hiding under some dust bunnies at the bottom of my closet. Put them together and we have a girl next door in the 1990s sort of look.

First up  -- the Baiastice Nomi Python Dress -- mine here in Red/Azure for Uber. Now this could certainly be a more timely clubbing dress, a shopping outfit -- all sorts of possibilities come to mind. And isn't that the fun of it? We get to play paper dolls on a much fancier scale, outfitting our virtual selves to fit our mood.

My hair is a new release from Vanity Hair called Flow for project 7 which seems to be a new venue. At least it is new to me! It opens sometime today. 

The Sway's [Shutter] Notice Board comes in both regular woods or shabby and includes  a menu with many color choices. Packed full of fun details like post cards and keys, there are of course many areas to add you own photos. Lots of fun, you can find this at Lost and Found, a very fun shopping experience with a bit of hiking involved  -- and that's a good thing don't you think?

My oldies but goodies in this mix (besides the photos from SO VERY long ago) are a bracelet from Ear Candy dated October 20, 2010. Ear Candy was definitely one of my favorite jewelry designers of my youth.

My tied sweater was some sort of event blogger item from a store called Sky.  Ah, a quick search and it was Fashion for Life in 2014. The store owner seems to be on hiatus at the moment as a note says she will be gone for the summer :D. Well that DOES happen.

I think it is good to wander through our older inventories and remember the past. Most of us have many good times to recall.
   

Maitreya Mesh Body

.LeLutka.Mesh Head-STELLA

Lumae - Eirtae skin applier

Mayfly Eyes

Poses by: Helamiyo from the Heidi set (new)