Saturday, April 2, 2011

Fantasy Faire: Sa-eela - Kajira Set

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Sa-eela has some fantastic offerings for the Fantasy Faire, but before I get into gushing out the outfits I want to take a moment to squeal about these absolutely adorable packages for them. Using the textures of the items within, or in the case of the jewelry being a cute little box, the second these rezzed I knew I had to take a picture with them! Aren't they simply awesome?

The offerings are three outfits, appropriate for a kajira on the go, and a set of hair flowers with matching wooden and flower earrings. I love the earrings, a graceful curve with little flowers perching cheerfully at the nadir. The hair-flowers match in color, a set of purple daisies with sunny gold hearts.

Smira Chalwar

The first outfit, which I totally fell in love with, is part Chalwar, part silks, in a lovely fade of gray and gold. The details - at the bodice and front and back of the silks - ares imply amazing. It comes with a belly ring, too, which matches the style perfectly.

The cut is low in front and back, the bodice one of the barely there type; it looks like the sort of outfit worn to remind people how easy - and fun! - it is to slip cloth off of skin.

Slibi Kamisk

Speaking of easy to remove, the Slibi Kamisk fits the bill to a T. With a sheen that speaks to fur or metal somehow, it has a daring half-cover design, leaving you bare from right under the breast down with simply a belt to hold everything in place. From the right angles, very little is left to the imagination - but I thought I'd give your imagination a little room to work!

I adore the thigh-band, complete with a diary and ink. It's an awesome touch, suggesting a kajira with a little more on her mind than flashing every passing person. The little flower is particularly appreciated.

Sakhon Kirtle

Finally, the Sakhon Kirtle is a glorious example of taking prim clothing and making it look home made and raw. The top and skirt are both loosely fitted, baggy, like sewn by an inexpert seamstress. The large rope tie around the waist, woven in and out of the belt unevenly, looks like something done in a rush and knotted in the hopes it would last, without any real expectations that it will.

In addition to a covering top, the kirtle comes with a top with the sleeve pulled down, revealing... well, lets just say I finally had a use for those pasties in my inventory! It also comes with a plain belt, without the rope woven in, but I find the rope belt so charming I can't imagine not wearing it.

I ended up doing quite a bit of fitting on most of these outfits, especially the belt of the kirtle. It was easy to do, though, because - thank the gods - the clothing is modify-ok! A short while of editing, some shrinking and shifting around, and I had glorious outfits that fit even my round, petite frame!

( See the set here. )


Skin: De La Soul, Charlie - Rainbow Addict
Eyes: Tacky Star, Pride
Ears: Illusions, Fairy Ears
Hair: Truth, Orchid Plain - driftwood
Wings: Fancy Fairy, Azarelle Wings - tinted to match
Prim Feet: Slink, Jolie Pied v2.0 Flat

Outfit 1:
Jewelry: Sa-eela, Sylv Head Flower and Earrings
Clothing: Sa-eela, Smira Chalwar
Poses: Elisa, I had a dream, Glitterati, 029, Glitterati, 007

Outfit 2:
Jewelry: Sa-eela, Sylv Head Flower and Earrings
Clothing: Sa-eela, Slibi Camisk
Poses: Glitterati, Pin up 4; Glitterati, Pin up 6

Outfit 3:
Jewelry: Sa-eela, Sylv Head Flower and Earrings
Clothing: Sa-eela, Sakhon Kirtle
Poses: Glitterati, Dressed 1; Glitterati, Dressed 7; Glitterati, Dressed 3

Location: Sa-eela Main Store
Light Settings: Nam's Optimal Skin and Prim
Photographed by Deoridhe Quandry
Post processing: Cropping only

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