Tuesday, August 17, 2010

Foundations for Wardrobe, Part II


Big plans for the company.

As we covered in the last blog, basic wardrobe components consist of neutral tones of clothing that can be layered and paired with more than one thing.  A good example of this would be a pair of black or white leggings--with a sweater or a dress, you get the most use of them, and you can create a different look each time.


Check out this business suit by SF Design.  It goes for 450L, and comes with a multitude of options for creating that perfect business or business-casual outfit.  The jacket and blouse can either be worn buttoned or unbuttoned, and there's both a clothing layer and prim version of the tie.

Better yet, this suit is available both in mens AND womens, so if you want to have an office party with your boyfriend or hubby, you can totally do that.

And here's the best part:


It's no joke how hard it is to find a good blazer or jacket in SL.  If you wanted to buy one, you might end up spending 450L just for the jacket itself.  Instead, this designer offers the entire outfit for that price.  Check out how I was able to layer it over a black tank top and denim shorts.

Next time: more stuff you'll find awesome.

Suit: SF Design Performance Suit Grey (Xstreet), 450L.

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