Wednesday, May 20, 2015
21 Shoe: Glamistry
This month, Glamistry is offering up two unique colors for her Anemuna heels, just recently released for Belleza, Maitreya, and SLink. The Glamistry shoe system is new to me, so I'm going to take a few minutes to lay it out - the initial shoe purchase is at one price, while subsequent colors are at another, lower price. They all get added to this amazing HUD which allows you to mix and match even if you've only bought a few colors. The Anemuna shoe, for example, has four faces to color - the main shoe, the cord tied around it, the sole of the shoe, and the metal detailing. How many of each you have depends on how many you purchase - and for 21 Shoe Glamistry is giving you the option of adding a bright yellow and a rich royal blue which can be worn all of a piece or mixed and matched to glorious effect. I love how high contrast the two colors on offer are, and so mixed them up in my pictures, but you can keep it singular if you want or even mix it up with other colors that you can purchase at Glamistry at the same time. I really love the versatility this system allows for - along with allowing one to try out a set of shoes in the singular, and add in other colors at a discount if one falls in love.
The shoes themselves are intricate and fun, bands and cords meeting and parting again to wrap snugly around the foot. The heel shape is straightforward and long, and the platform is stacked to dual layers with opportunities for coloring them in different colors. They have a fantastic edgy appeal that would jazz up any club they clack into.
On the 21st of this month, both of these shoes will be available - two for the price of one. I encourage you to swing by Glamistry and pick up a pair!
( More May 21 Shoe Images here. )
Skin: Fallen Gods, OCEANICA ATLANTIC Ivory
Feet: Slink, High Rigged
Shoes: Glamistry, Anemuna (21 Shoe)
Pose Black and White: Thirty Loop Animations, 21 Shoe May Poses 10
Pose Red: Thirty Loop Animations, 21 Shoe May Poses 02
Light Settings: TOR, MIDDAY Baskaholic
Water Settings: Mirror Water
Photographed by Deoridhe Quandry
Post processing: Cropping