Simone!’s Lillian Gown is but One Gem

Simone - Lillith Red

As most of you know, Simone! had a sale recently in which many, many articles of formal wear were marked down to a thrifty 100L (way too little to pay for Simone Stern’s immense talents in texture making/building). I scooped up many, many gowns during the sale, one of which I will highlight today.

This is Lillian. Lillian is a sexy, svelte creation of stunning red, bejeweled and oh so elegant. Any time now i wear a gown by Simone I’m a bit saddened that so many were retired, but at the same time eagerly anticipate the exquisite new things she’s bound to deliver.

The prims on this gown are sumptuous, the translucent, floaty layers of fabric making me feel like a princess as I wore this gown. The little rosette extra give it that little bit of extra spice, perfectly placed to help draw the eye all over the dress rather than at a specific point. I adore the satiny shading on the textures of this gown, so smooth and seamless at every angle.

When I chose jewelry for this ensemble my thoughts were to elect pieces that would compliment not just the gown’s vibrant color, but also the exquisite jeweled brooch on the gown’s top texture. My final decision was on the Elentari tiara in silver from Kouse’s Sanctum, as well as the Inspiration Collection earrings in silver from Avilion Mist. You can’t see the earrings in the image above, but there’s a good shot in a previous post of mine. Both items of jewelry have gem change scripting, and luckily both contain a ruby gem, though the available gems for the pieces are different.

All and all I think this ensemble is perfect to carry me through a formal event. Maybe I’ll take a trip to the magical Avilion Grove ballroom.

Credits after the cut.

Gown: Lillian from Simone!

Jewelry: Elentari tiara in Silver from Kouse’s Sanctum, Inspiration earrings in Silver from Avilion Mist

Hair: Moonlight in Blackgloss from Gurl6

Skin: -N-Zoe Light G4 from Naughty

Eyes: OoLeel Lightseyes in Ocean

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~ by Arwen on March 9, 2008.

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