once again I am completing the 52 Weeks of color challenge, just before the deadline.


The worse is I have this outfit ready since Sunday. Sepia seemed kind of easy for me. It is a color used as a filter when you want to add a touch of nostalgy to your pictures. The corelation between old pictures and Donna Flora seemed quite logical. Once there, my problem was not to find an outfit which would suit the challenge but rather to find the one i liked best between all the fabulous creations. I’ve finally opted for this dress which seems quite simple yet elegant and light. Though made of sculpties, the prims are ingenoiously doubled with a sheer textures giving a feeling of a very soft and light silk floating around you. I’ve been wearing this dress a lot this last week and never ceased to be amazed at the quality of the skirt.


For the hair, i’ve been choosing one of the new style from Exile, Nyx, which has a lot of movement to contrast with the simplicity of the dress. I am still in love with my new umbrella and am using it to add a bit of color, matching the gloves and the ankle wraps.

Skin: [PXL] Kasumi SK RoseGoldLips
Eyes: L.Fauna Charm Eyes [Gemini 1]
Eyes make-up: [PXL] Kasumi SK Smoke Eyes
Hair: Exile Nyx/cinnamon
Dress: Donna Flora MANUELA bronze
Gloves: [LeeZu!] LBD Nif Nif gloves /lila
Shoes: Maitreya Gold – Aequus Brown
Umbrella: ++NODe++umbrella_v2_NO5
Poses: Diesel Works

Bye bye,

2 thoughts on “Sepia

  1. Your pictures are amazing. That first pic is just too cool. I love your dress and hair. You really captured movement with it.

    Totally stealing that look. Haha. =)

  2. Pingback: Let’s close our eyes and make our own paradise « the fashionable heart

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