Creative Inventory Use and Iron Tiger Loveliness

My inventory is starting to frighten me. As of this morning, it numbers 51,268 items. They say the first step to solving the problem is admitting you have a problem. We shall see. Anyway, I wanted to blog this necklace, and so I devised a clever trick to build my outfit. I went to the last item of my unfiled clothing (the dress), the last item of my unfiled hair, and the last item of my unfiled shoes. Remarkably, it all seemed to work. So on with the show!

First of all, the necklace. So warm, so lustrous. I just love it! It’s from Iron Tiger Jewelry and it’s from the Travels by Sea set. If you pop over to Una Basevi’s shop, you can read about the creation of the pieces. What I love most is that the enameled section depicts an old decorative map of the seas once used by pirates of the Spanish Main. You can get the pieces separately, or in a set that includes 1 pendant (there are two pendants sold independently and I believe the one I’m wearing comes with the set), two pairs of earrings, two bracelets, and four copiable hair sticks. It’s such a lovely set!

The textures that Una has used look beautiful against pretty much any skin.

As for my put together outfit, I’m rather pleased with the results! Details below.

♥Gillian

Slurls and Details
Iron Tiger Jewelry – Asymetrical pendant, Travels by Sea
Mamboo Chic – skin, :lseb opening gift – on the lucky boards now at Mamboo Chic!
Ivalde – Kajsa Beige Wrapped Sweater Dress (from 2009-not sure if it’s still available) Apparently the sim is closed right now for rebuilding, but you can shop at http://www.ivalde.org
YS&YS – Cala Saona shoes, Cognac, a Christmas gift also from 2009
YunA’s Hair – Color-SampleHair, Black 01
Fashism – Sunrise eyes, Blue
Jazumi – poses

About Gillian Galicia

I'm a Canadian woman taking in the fashion of Second Life. If I meet a new friend or have a few laughs, all the better!
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