So now you’ve taken the risk, and invested in a mesh body. Congratulations! You are probably thinking: “…Now what?” Well, that handsome new body needs a new wardrobe!
No, Second Life is not a game. But yes, I am something of a gamer. In a vast sea of video games, the Elder Scrolls series (Skyrim, ESO et al) fits my gaming style best. And in a vast sea of hoodies for men’s mesh bodies, this one by TonkTastic fits my gaming style too.
“Wait… I think we should have turned left at that last sim…”
Yes, yes, I know it’s March, and we are supposed to write about Spring. But here at Chez Silverdragon, in RL, it’s 16° F outside on this March morning. So this cozy sweater that Ascend is offering at The Man Cave shopping event this month resonated with me.
I am loving this big fat oversized sweater from Gabriel. With the coordinating muffler, it makes me feel warm and toasty even when I’m out ice skating on snowbound Seeking Wisdom.
When I was young, I worked on a ranch. This outfit is still one of my favorites because it is something I would have worn in those days. My senses conjure up memories of sweet hay, softly nickering horses, dusty dry roads and the golden sheen of sun-baked hills.
Autumn is my favorite season. It has an air of mystery, and teases us about upcoming holidays. I love the colors and the playfulness. And I get to wear sweaters!
I am often asked, “What should I wear to a club?” Without knowing more about the specific club, I often recommend a racer-style (not biker) black leather jacket. The streamlined, minimalist jacket is upscale without being ostentatious, and exudes masculine attitude while being quietly stylish. You can wear it with a shirt and tie to be dressy but hip, or wear it with a t-shirt for a more relaxed look.
For the third post in my “Date Night” series, I suggest you consider taking your love interest to the ballet!