The latest release from the Plastik is the Malchia Corsets. I knew I had to have one of these once I saw the unique design and the gorgeous patterns and colours. However, that particular cut of a garment is difficult to work with if you’re not using a standard sized shape. But as the very lovely Aikea offered to upload an unrigged version for me, I took the plunge and picked up the striking Rogue version of the corset. As the whole corset is one mesh, I was able to resize different directions independently and this allowed me to work out a good fit. Of course, the trade off is losing the advantages of rigged garments, but sometimes it is necessary for us “shape non conformists” to make such compromises.
The corset was my starting point for this outfit. I added the Misfit skirt, also from the Plastik, since the material went really well with the colour and texture of the corset. I also added the Kharys Circlet, which is one of the Plastik’s offerings for this round of We Love Role-Play.
The stunning staff, with the pulsing crystal and runes that fade in and out, is one of two staffs offered by aisling for We Love Role-Play. This is a massive, intricate piece with so many little details to discover.
The final We Love Role-Play piece that I added to the mix since the colours went so well with the bronzey/coppery theme were the Stag Pauldrons from ieQED. I love how they somehow combine hard and soft, almost like the half-risen quills on a hedgehog, and the whole feel of the them is very organic.
My hair is one of the latest releases from Magika, Written. I love the softness of the curls that sweep over the shoulder and I think this is a nicely versatile style that suit both role-play and fashion.
This close-up shot also gives a good look at the top of the corset, with the striking woven-together ribbon look that forms the cups. It also shows the beautiful texturing very well, I thought.
I am once again wearing the Emma mesh head from Slink, this time to showcase the new Simone applier skin from Adam n Eve. sachi Vixen has added quite a few faces to her range of applier skins by now and while I tend to mostly use the Emma head for my reviews, I’ve tested a lot of them on Becky as well with great results.