Next up: The Madness: Within's 'Coveted' dress.
So this one's ingenious. It is a single mesh piece, but it looks (and seems to behave) like a two-piece. Simple, pretty, the green works with the outfit really well.
There's just enough of a detail across the skirt to make it interesting, while still leaving it as a simply designed outfit.
And I love the shading, and the wrinkles across the back of the upper shell.
Next: Vindiktive's Summer Strapless dress, which I should point out is Fitmesh, but it does come with Belleza, Maitreya and Slink appliers.
Unlike many Fitmesh outfits, this one fit great out of the box. It's simple, while still being stylish, and it's a lovely subdued sequin repeat overall.
This seems like a perfect dress for clubbing, shopping, the color tones could make it good for both the Feast of Padraig as well as winter holidays...it's adaptable.
This, in fact, was my only issue with this dress, is that, when wearing it, one has two, and exactly two options: wear underwear that one hopes will match, and that one is generally fine with showing onlookers; or choose not to wear underwear, and accept that at times, with the best animations, one will still flash the crowd.
Those options make me extremely unnerved. Me being me, I would likely wear this with leggings, but braver sorts will admire the possibilities, I'm sure.
(Eyes: "Moon" eyes in 'Autumn', medium iris, from Poetic Colors, acquired back in 2012.
Hair: LeLutka's "Chill" hat hair in AuburnHaze.
Skin: Glam Affair's "Arcade" gift skin, in Asia/01 A.
Makeup: MOCK Cosmetics' "Alluring" lipcolor in the awesome Mythic tone, which basically mattifies anything on the lips. The lips on the Glam Affair skin are rather vibrantly red.
Stockings/Garters: From the "Grass" lingerie pack found at Bianca F., oh these many Linden years ago. [Seriously. 2008.]
Shoes: SHEY's thigh-high stiletto boots; they were a gift at the Biker's Fair this spring, but she has similar styles available for purchase at the store. I wear these a lot.)