So you’ve found yourself in the midst of a troubling dilemma. You want an addition to your wardrobe that isn’t quite Medieval, something that is unique, whimsical, both realistic and improbable at the same time…but above all, something that isn’t going to break the bank. Where can you find something that fit’s the bill so well?
Let me suggest the Grace gowns. At just 200 little Lindens, they’re quite the bang for your buck, and available in a host of colours. I found myself drawn to my home, Avilion, for these pictures, on the Avilion Nexus sim. Please do stop by there if you’re a fan of roleplay, combat, and pretty scenery, but remember there are rules (do read and adhere to have the most pleasant time possible).
From the ornamental embroidery in silver thread upon the hem, to the silver clasps on both back and front of the bodice, to the eye catching pattern upon the bodice itself, it’s a sweet little gown for every day wear.
The prim skirt has a subtle bustle, and the flex prims move softly and gracefully, thus helping the gown live up to it’s moniker. For simplicity’s sake, there are only three pieces to attach, a break from cumbersome packages with too many pieces to count. Bodice on the shirt layer, glitch pants on pants layer, and prim skirt, which, as per usual with Sanctum gowns, attaches at the stomach.
I’ll end the text here, and let the images do the talking. As a final note, I’d like to wish you all a Happy New Year. I am excited and happy to be able to start another year off, even more so to be welcoming another year for Kouse’s Sanctum. Thank you all so much for your support and well wishes over the holidays, they made my days and kept me sane.