So a certain someone has caught your eye, and you’d like to get to know her better. What do you do in Second Life — and what do you wear — to make a great first impression?
One of the great things about Second Life is how easily your imagination can take flight. And more than just dreaming, you can bring those fantasies to virtual life. If you can imagine it… you can become it.
If there’s one pair of pants every guy needs for summer, it’s chinos. They dress up or down, they are as comfortable as jeans, and they are cool, breathable cotton. And don’t mind the wrinkles – that’s what gives them that style cachet.
Anyone who knows me knows that I have a thing for leather. Without going into detail, let me just say that I move in circles where wearing black leather is natural. So it should come as no surprise to find me blogging about leather biker jackets in Second Life.
Lapointe & Bastchild is a Second Life classic. I commend them because while continuing to honor the Goth roots that made them so popular a decade ago, they have evolved and stayed fresh with their mainstream S’Wear range. A lot of creators were unable to make that shift, but L&B continues to be one of the best on the grid.
I could have been the Hoorenbeek poster boy. The Hoorenbeek men’s clothing store was like the cathedral of regular-guy clothes. When they converted to mesh, they were unbeatable. It was the go-to place for men’s wardrobe basics, especially shoes. I bought almost everything they made—suits, jackets, jeans, shorts, sneakers, dress shoes, tuxedos, coats, boots, t-shirts and more. I was a walking ad.
When I noticed the subtle luster of this Relaxed Fit Shirt by ..::ILLI::.., I instantly pictured myself at a cafe table in Portofino, overlooking the Paraggi while enjoying a nice Vermentino. But it goes anywhere you want to be relaxed but refined.