Indigo Oddities

I found a new shop this weekend, thanks to the Dolly Dash group.  Indigo Oddities sells very cute dolly clothes at very reasonable prices.  I went for the Midnight Mania and stopped to shop a bit.  I was quite intrigued by several outfits I saw and bought three.  The outfits come in all the usual dolly/goth colors, but I was in a pink mood, so I decided to only buy pink. 😀

As you can see, the textures are photosourced, but I still think the outfits are quite cute.  I like how Ms. Draesia finished off the sleeves with the little contrasting color rolled edges.  The little plushie you see is how all the outfits come boxed.  What’s even cuter is that the plushie’s face changes into several expressions.  It comes with a holding pose, too.  I thought I looked very little girlish in this pink frock.  Maybe I should have moved my boob sliders down a bit, huh? lol  I felt like this outfit needed a little candy nom nom, so I ran over to Sanu and won this one in the gacha machine.  Pink on the first try, too!  Here are some full shots of this cute dress, Emily.

I also love the long trailing ribbons and the white lace underskirt.  All in all, I’m quite pleased with my purchase and will definitely put Indigo Oddities on my watch list.  Continuing in the pink theme, I picked up the next outfit, Ophelia.

Lookie, I’m a marionete dolly whose strings have been cut!  I thought this was too cute to pass up.  I also like the leaf pattern on the skirt.  It makes an unusual, but very visually pleasing texture.  Because I’m assuming that these textures are photosourced, I cammed in on the stockings to look for obvious seams.  I am happy to report that Ms. Draesia has done a great job here.  Patterned stockings can foil even the best of SL seamstresses, but these look just fine.  I had to pull out my favorite skin, that wonderful Mynerva group gift, here.  The hair is from Tiny Bird, and I’ve already blogged it once before, but it just works so well with this dolly style.

“I’m free!  I’m free!” Desiree silently crows as she twirls gracefully under her own volition.  😀  At the waist, the harness holding the strings is separate from the skirt.  You know because of that leafy pattern, I can also picture this dress as a fairy outfit.  Take off the strings, add some pink wings, and voila!  Ok, one more pink outfit for you.

This one is called Tempest and features a caged skirt with sculpted skully accents and pink bows.  The sheer black overskirt with scalloped edges and the long, pink ribbons hide the longer back of the dress, which you have to see.

Purty, no?   It looks like a lace texture that’s been shaded pink and layered over a black background.  In any case, it works.  I had to wear my favorite dolly hair from ploom – Kewpie.  Seriously, is this not *the* best dolly hair, ever?

Ok, that’s it for now.  I’m so happy that Easter break is coming.  I’m feeling more relaxed already!

Happy hunting, gathering, shopping, etc. *mwah*!


No. 1:

Dress – Indigo Oddities – Emily – Tea Rose

Hair – Tiny Bird – Meadowlark – Light Black

Skin – Mynerva – Kia 3 – Cleavage

Makeup – Mynerva – Cosmetics – Dusk Heavy

Shoes – Dilly Dolls – Stella Dollies – Light

Necklace – Ticky Tacky – Gimme Candy Necklace (old Starlust Hunt prize)

Lollipop – Sanu – Star Lollipop – Barbie’s Dead Now (pink)

Eyes – Fashism – Sunrise Eyes – Light Steel Blue

Lashes by Amacci

No. 2:

Dress – Indigo Oddities – Ophelia – Rose

Hair – Tiny Bird – Love Song – Light Black

Skin – Mynerva – Group Gift 3

Shoes – Dilly Dolls – Stella Dollies – Dark

Choker – Malfean Visions – Sinner’s Lace – Spinel

No. 3:

Dress – Indigo Oddities – Tempest – Blush

Hair – ploom – Kewpie – Candy


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