Elusive Fury

Avilion Mist - Elusive 8

I know it’s odd of me to write two posts in a row concerning items from one store, but I am making an exception, given these are two individual creators, and the items are just too fabulous not to be blogged.

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In this post I’m going to share with you lovelies two outfit releases from Avilion Mist, both of which were created by Malakh Giles. Fury is the newest, and Elusive is quite new itself. Both are spectacular, and I’ll show you why.

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Let’s begin with what’s in the above images. This is Elusive. Striking the perfect balance between femininity and a sense of brute strength, this outfit is perfect for the combat oriented as well as the more peaceful and relaxed of ladies.

Avilion Mist - Elusive 4

It’s a unique style that transcends time. It can be donned by the Medieval lady or the futuristic woman. Even in a modern setting this ensemble works perfectly as an expression of the wearer’s persona. To me it whispers in a low timbre, “Don’t mess with me”.

Avilion Mist - Elusive 2

The included throwing daggers worn on the upper arms cement a feeling of dangerousness and mystery. Their excellent craftsmanship, as well as that of the rest of the sets, should be appreciated by any who see it.

Avilion Mist - Elusive 1

With so many included pieces, it’s easy to make this outfit suit your mood, no matter what that mood may be. Pieces include bodice on jacket layer, bodice and vest combo on jacket layer, vest on jacket layer, shirt on the top layer, short version of the shirt on top layer, gloves, pants, glitch pants, pants and glitch pants on the underwear layer (for shoes that are included), bracers, mask, robe, scarf, shoes, and of course the aforementioned throwing daggers.

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Elusive is available in the five colours shown in these images at Avilion Mist.

Avilion Mist - Fury - 3

Now, being mixed into a few of the images are the Fury outfits. Indeed the images segue into the next outfit better than my prose, forgive that, Dear Readers, as we move on to the next ensembles.

Avilion Mist - Fury and Elusive - 1

Fury is the newest release from Malakh Giles of Avilion Mist. The outfits were originally crafted for men, but were recently released in these female versions as well.

Avilion Mist - Fury - Flue

Consisting of the same rich textures and carefully executed prim work as everything else from Avilion Mist, these outfits are undeniably splendid. And, just as Avilion Mist is known for, the outfits come with numerous, seemingly endless, mixing and matching options.

Avilion Mist - Fury - Black

This set is in eight varieties. You cannot really call them simply ‘colours’ as each set boasts it’s own unique textures.

Avilion Mist - Fury - Red and Gold

In keeping with tradition, these outfits were made so that they can be acceptable in almost every environment, Medieval to Futuristic. It takes a great deal of care to create things that do so, and that is another facet of Avilion Mist’s items to be appreciated and admired.

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Included pieces in the Fury sets are (in alphabetical order) arm rope, boots, bracers, gloves (three different types!), mask, neck wrap, pants (in three shades, and all three shades are also provided on the underwear layer), open and closed versions of the robe, long medium and short sleeved versions of the shirt, and shoulder armour.

Avilion Mist - Fury - White and Silver

Again, these outfits originally came in a male version, so the males reading this blog, I highly recommend picking a copy of these up if they strike your fancy. Both men and woman can easily appreciate these sets as something unique to be valued.
Avilion Mist Fury Green

In closing, I wanted to share these fabulous outfits with you, the Readers. I do hope you’ll join us again soon for future posts. Safe travels!

Avilion Mist - Fury - Ash

Notes after the slash.

Outfits: Fury and Elusive by Avilion Mist
Skin by Naughty
Hair by Damselfly Salon
Eyes by Celestial Studios

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~ by Arwen on August 31, 2008.

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