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Watercorlor Grays

Each work, be it a piece of music, a play or a life story has its climax -- the moment where the dynamic reaches it crescendo, the highest point, the apex. In a fashion show it is the last garment shown before the final bows are taken. Traditionally a wedding dress; now, simply something memorable. At the Baiastice fashion show of the 20th, it was the Bisnya dress.

The dress includes a sculpted, high waisted skirt in two versions, one with a built in AO. Optional leggings are included and indeed the dress looks great with them. Being a pants gal I was attracted by the jumpsuit possibilities. Layering is always fun and with so many wearing options in this set it was difficult to decide what to show you. So in a rare Photoshop moment, I give you Chic as twins. The slight of hand of the graphic magic wand and three  inworld photos combine to feature two distinct looks. One could easily leave off the prim puff sleeves and wear the jumpsuit under a jacket. I am guessing it would look wonderful with my new LeLutka Matusalen jacket.

Find this impressively versatile dress at Baiastice. It hangs calmly on an interior wall, beautifully serene in its watercolor grayness.

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Style Notes: 

Hair: MIEL TUE HAIR - brown
Skin: []::Tuli::[] Jade (tone 4/bl) :: 10a
Clothing: Baiastice_Bisnya dress; WEiRD.DESiGNS Trashy Victorian Doll Socks
Shoes: Lya - Valentina *plain*Calf (silver) and Bax Coen : LE.LOOK! la femme - Boots
Accessories: Maitreya  Leather Belt - Dirty White

Poses by: aDORKable


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