The Sugar Garden made me buy a new skin again! I couldn’t resist it after trying a demo because it just looked so youthful and cute. Each tone of “Hope” comes in a bust/no bust option, 5 brow options (no brows, red, brown, blonde, and black), and also a soft or toned body. It is available at Skin Fair 2013 which is open till the end of this month. While you are there, be sure to check out the other booths as well and show your love and support for some of the most talented skin creators.
I picked up these super kawaii Tee*fy top and skirt from Collabor88 for 188L$ each. Keep in mind that it is 100% mesh and comes in 5 sizes – XXS, XS, S, M, and L. It is perfect for spring and I felt so feminine when I wore it. I especially love the shadowing details which creates a very realistic dimension.
The Boutique is a new bi-monthly event hosted by The Liaison Collaborative and tons of awesome brands are featured on their first round! I am wearing a necklace and bracelet from Cae who I might add, never fails to deliver stunning pieces. You can get each piece separately or as a set although I should point out that you’d be able to save a lot when you purchase the set.
I mentioned in my last post that it is my first time wearing mesh breasts and that I was a bit clueless about it. To be honest, at first when I saw some avis wearing it, I didn’t know if I like it or not because it made them look like they’ve gone from a B cup to triple Ds. I really wasn’t expecting that I would love getting a boob job this much! Nothing bad with getting an extra lift, eh?
There are a few mesh breasts brands out in the market and the Lolas Tango is one of the most popular. The list of skin creators and clothing designers making appliers for the Lolas Tango is getting longer by the day so you won’t have a problem re-inventing yourself after getting a boost. I am a big fan of youthful looking skin that is why I chose one from The Sugar Garden.
Moving on to the fitting and modifying of the Lolas Tango – as I have said I did encounter some minor problems but it’s mostly my fault for not reading the user manual included in the package. Yes, I am one of those people who hates being told what to do (one of my many flaws ^_^). Before I end up breaking things, I finally read the manual and after doing so, everything was a piece of cake. One thing to point out though is the bigger you make them, the less visible the seams would be (I photoshopped the seams showing on mine). Take the jump for a better view of my boob job! ^_^