Thursday, June 30, 2011

Last day of SGB Summer Festa!

Anton loved being at the beach. The sounds the sand made when he walked on it. The wind in his hair. It was just perfect in his opinion. But he did not like being around other people. So he did not enjoy time at the beach for a long time. He sat at home, bored, and thought of the beach. When the sun painted patterns on the desk he suddenly had an idea about how to create awesome paintings just by using the sunlight. He spend the whole summer on developing the technique and at the end of the summer he had a well working company. Anton made a lot of money and was able to buy his own island where he spend now the summer alone. He never invented something again but he also did not need to do so.
alone at the beach
The SGB Summer Festa ends today so its time to run there to grab all the freebies and cheapies there. All three tops on the lower picture are freebies from that festa. To take part you need to join the SGB Group and to touch the Discount ticket giver. Wearing the ticked on the hud you click on the free items to get them or to be able to buy the reduced items for the special price. The trousers are all from 22769. The ones at the left and right side are new skatertrousers from that store. They look like being made of cord. The trousers come with a belt which could be worn or not. They are very sporty and the cuffs of the trousers could be resized. The one in the middle belongs to the ultimate jeans series from 22769. Those come also with a resizeable belt. I like the shading and the texturing of those jeans very much as well as the cut of it.
some free tops with great trousers from 22769

Top: [pivaaca] -Homme- Stripe Shirt *Green* (o L$)
Trousers: 22769~casual couture[homme] Skater Capri : Brown (110 L$)
Top: ::c.A.:: Halterneck Camisole "SGB" (o L$)
Trousers: 22769 Denims [Ulitmate Jeans] (70L$)
Top:[pivaaca] -Homme- Stripe Shirt *Blue* (o L$)
Trousers: 22769~casual couture[homme] Skater Capri : Black (110 L$)

1 comment:

  1. aww - thanxx so much for this wonderful post. and somehow sad that we will never hear of Anton again :-))