Today, I will have to settle for being predictable with the mood of my post. I really couldn’t do anything else once I tried out the Heartstones Lovers Dance Circle from Roawenwood; it has a really lovely selection of standing couple poses, something I suddenly realised I have way too little off. I had a very hard time picking which poses to shoot and I kept wishing I had done this as another video just to show more of it. It also turned out to be an excellent way to show off two new We Love Role-Play releases—a gown from Senzafine and a hair from Tableau Vivant—and a Noble Creations release for Enchantment.
Ysabeau, as the gown from Senzafine is called, is inspired by the Burgundian dress, featuring a deep, fur-trimmed neckline and a high, belted waistline. Its absolutely gorgeous and I love how it looks together with the Lorelei hair from Tableau Vivant, a super-long style that includes several different wear options.
The Beastie jacket from Noble Creations for the Beauty & the Beast round of Enchantment is just what both Ran and I want to see more of for guys in Second Life. It is an elegant, nicely textured fantasy/historical piece, though it could perhaps have been a bit less bulky. The jacket includes sizes for a range of male mesh bodies and comes in four colours.
The Roawenwood piece (available at The Liaison Collaborative) consists of a heart-shaped stone circle and a scattering of roses. You get both a version with red roses and one with recolourable roses. There are 9 dances and 19 couple animations included.
Body Parts: Slink Physique body, Slink hands & feet, LeLutka Simone, Mayfly eyes
Skin: Imabee Atara Apical
Hair: Tableau Vivant Lorelei (We Love Role-Play)
Clothes: Senzafine Ysabeau Gown (We Love Role-Play)
Body Parts: TMP body, TMP hands, Logo Logan head
Skin: Tableau Vivant Sebastian
Hair: Damselfly Zale
Clothes: Noble Creations Beastie Jacket Red (Enchantment), Last Ride Marquis Pants
Accessories: lassitude & ennui Bernadotte Boots