Wear Gray for a Day – Second Life

Hello everyone! Today I’m here to tell you to mark your calendars for the Wear Gray for a Day event in SL, which starts on April 6th, 2012. According to the Wear Gray website, this event is..

“A two week market with creators from across the grid, new and old, banding together to help raise funds for the American Brain Tumor Association. Wear Gray for a Day is the ‘brain child’ of Wear Gray Director Sanura Snowpaw. Sadly, Sanura lost her RL cousin to brain cancer and wanted to find a way to help raise funds to go towards researching to find a cure and to raise awareness of this disease.”

Over 70 stores are participating in Wear Gray 2012, so there will be something for everyone. One of the great things about these events is that you get to see items from stores that you have not seen before in your shopping trips. For instance, the hair that I am wearing is from one of the participating merchants, Magpie, created by Emmese.

“She Used to be a Pearl” – Oyster

This Magpie hair is a sophisticated updo with bangs and a bun in the back. One thing I liked about this hair is the name of the colors – I’ll show you a few of my favorite names.

Sunflower Seeds, Sirloin, Pretty in Punk

Mango Chutney, Lemon Meringue Pie, Blood Orange

Stay tuned for more Wear Gray 2012 information – until then, happy shopping!

Styling Credits

Skin: Al Vulo
[mock]Grapetreuse eShadow [eye only]
[PF] Elly <Maple> – Glam Lipstick – (Burgundy)
Dress & Choker: ** Lo*momo 3rd anniversary dress
Earrings: Morantique Lush/Rita Nera earrings


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