Fashionable FaMeshed

I saw on the Stores and Creators group a noticed from Cracked Mirror. I've blogged and been a fan of a few of Cracked Mirror's things, but when she stated how proud she was of her latest mesh creation for FaMeshed, I knew I had to get over and score me a copy (okay, a fatpack) of these amazing dresses. It's a very classic piece. Very preppy. Just a long, button-up shirt dress with a clever little argyle vest to go over. It can be worn as a dress - and is indeed marketed as a dress - but you can see that I layered it with my favorite pair of 'vintage' jeans from Mon Tissu. 

Another item I loved from FaMeshed is the Nicky hair by Wasabi Pills. I don't normally wear Wasabi Pills on Keliah because of the color. The reds are too dark, the colors pack is a bit too bright - though when I do get Wasabi Pills hair, I get the funky colors pack because the red is more vibrant. I couldn't pass on Nicky. I love the headband, the textures..all of it. I especially love the little wisps of hair going on. 

Top/Dress:    Cracked Mirror - Woolsworth Dress (Black and White)~ November FaMeshed
Jeans:    {Mon tissu} - Lou Lou (Used)
Boots:    G Field - Wedge Bootie "Beth" (Black)
Necklace:    ::PM:: Purple Moon - Idril Necklace w/ Malachites 
Hair:    /Wasabi Pills/ - Nicky (Flaming Cherry)~ November FaMeshed
Eyes:    IKON - Horizon Eyes (Pale Azure)
Hands:    Slink Mesh Hands
Eyeliner:    L. Fauna - Megawing Liner
Lashes:    Beetle Bones - Mesh Lashes v.01 Dainty Black 
Skin:    League - Jen (Fair Pink Champagne)
Pose:    Picture This! Poses - Here I Am

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  1. danps says:

    Nice comment at libertarianrepublican. I think one of the reasons for the extreme reaction on the right is the change in the country's political leanings. After getting wiped out in 1964 conservatives began to slowly climb back. Watergate set them back a bit, but by 1980 conservatives had control of the narrative. They were so successful that by the 90's a Democratic president had to govern in some very conservative ways (welfare "reform," NAFTA, repeal of Glass-Steagall, etc).

    In 2006 - the first time in 42 years! - conservative ideology started to wane. It's been a little back and forth since then, but Tuesday really seemed to solidify not just Democrats being in control, but liberalism being ascendent. People under 60 or so literally cannot remember a time when the nation repudiated conservatism.

    Liberals learned how to make room in their world views for the fact that the public at large generally did not favor their beliefs, and it toughened them up. Most conservatives have never had to deal with that. It's a new experience for them, and an incredibly unpleasant one. They're used to thinking like this. Most of them have never had to deal with being on the losing end of not just an election, but the nation's governing philosophy. That's just starting now, and they are raging against it. It won't be pretty.

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