Monday, October 21, 2013

The Gothic Madame by Danielle and Mr. X

Straddling the the line between fall and winter… life and death...Halloween is a time of celebration and superstition that dates back to the Celtic Festival of Samhain when bonfires were lit and  costumes worn. 




 Danielle has created a festive gothic inspired dressed called Gothic Madame that is just perfect for ghostly intentions!  As usual, Mr. X is wondering if he shall get a trick or  a treat.... I never kiss and tell!

 Gothic Madame is accentuated by an imperious stand up collar that is embellished by flowing ribbons that beguile.




Opulent hand length bell sleeves made of lace and tied with red ribbons flow in the moonlight.  A tight silk dress punctuated by heavily brocaded red and silver flowers draws the eyes up and down the dress.
The dress plunges in front and is intensified with a lace covering that stirs the imagination.



A trailing attached black train made of the most sumptuous black lace assures that no one will dispute your nighttime reign!



Gothic Madame Magic matching dagger like necklace and earrings displays a host of faceted ruby crystals and dangling earrings that create an elegantly eerie effect.



For Halloween, Danielle is offering Gothic Madame at a special price point in Black and Orange – replete with a spider web  cape.  Whatever color you choose,  wearing Gothic Madame ensures that you will be the Mistress of All!  



Wearing Gothic Madame – Styles By Danielle

Necklace and Earrings – Gothic Magic - Danielle
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This is the most powerful mesh photography studio built by Sparkie Hallard I have found in SL.  It not only holds unlimited avatars but the textures and avatars can be moved. There is no pose stand needed and you can rotate your avatar 360.  The size of the studio can be changed and comes with 110 animations, a series of different emitters and 65 textures.  It is also easy to add your own textures and AO.  It has a Flickr button to take you to the Flickr website to upload your photos and has a lighting drop menu that is easy to use and lets you control the intensity. 
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