The Wash is at it again with this year’s Cart Sale event! For this time around, the theme is “Springtalicious”. Most items are priced at 10L, and merchants have one item at 50L. There are many bargains, so make sure you make The Wash one of your shopping priorities this weekend. The Cart Sale started on March 29th, and ends on April 12th. For more information, you can check out their website.
The Spoonful of Sugar event is back for another year! Ran by Ever Courtois and Angelique Wickentower, the proceeds from SoS goes to Doctors Without Borders/ Medicins Sans Frontieres.
“MSF provides assistance to populations in distress, to victims of natural or man-made disasters, and to victims of armed conflict. They do so irrespective of race, religion, creed, or political convictions.”
The event started on March 18, and ends on April 1. If you are unable to make it inworld to participate, you can always make a donation to the charity here. Payment can be made using Visa, MasterCard, American Express, or Discover card. I didn’t see anything like PayPal listed as a payment option. For more information about the event, you can visit the website.
Chop Zuey is one of the many stores participating in this event.
Chop Zuey has a new release out now at Designer Showcase. The Dark Dweller of Braj is a versatile jewelry set that can dress up any casual outfit, or complement an elegant gown. The fringed necklace is perfect for when you want something to show off your neck and shoulders.
On Thursday (March 23) I attended a workshop on self -esteem at Model’s Workshop. A good portion of the workshop centered around us analyzing several holograms created by Janosh.
“Janosh’s work is based on Sacred Geometry, which is a code language that your subconscious understands. It has helped thousands of people to change their behavior and beliefs and find their purpose in life. ”
We were asked to pick which one(s) we found most interesting or resonated with us. After we picked a drawing, we were then told what it meant. The hologram that I picked spoke to “Release“. The affirmation that went with it was “I let go of everything that restricts my growth.” I felt the hologram resonated with me because it reminded me of something from biology, and was intriguing. If you look on the website, they have a number of holograms, so I am sure one of them will “speak” to you as well.
Shoetopia is back, and it’s raining shoes! Shoetopia will open at 12 pm March 25th , and will end on April 15th. With over 50 designers participating, this will be an event that you don’t want to miss!
If you are s group member of Shoetopia’s sponsors (Blueberry, Breathe, CandyDoll, Empire, N-Core, and Reign), then you probably have already stopped by Shoetopia. Members of these groups were allowed to access Shoetopia 24 hours before the event opened.
There have been several videos floating around that shows what shoppers will find on Saturday. I watched videos from Alicia Chenaux, Kitty Otoole, and Strawberry Singh. They all give you a pretty good idea of what the build looks like, and how the sections are set up for each store brand.
If you haven’t stopped by the magical event called Enchantment, then you still have time to do so. The theme is based on Cinderella, so you can imagine the wonderful things that are out and about. Blacklace Lounge currently has the Ella Outfit in 5 colors – something for everyone. The event ends tomorrow, so don’t wait too long!
The Hipster Fair is an event hosted by The Event & Hunt Forever Planners. According to their site, “The Hipster Fair 2017 is mostly associated with the alternative culture all vintage theme, everything that carries the label of different, different, non-massive is what attracts this type of young.” The Hipster Fair started on February 17th, and will end on March 3rd.
“These boots are made for walkin’…” So I had to find a place to actually walk! I went to the 4 Seasons (link further down in the post) and had a look around.
Hey guys! I am sure that some of you have noticed that I switched over to wearing a mesh head around the end of last year. After Bento came out, I felt awkward not wearing a mesh head when everyone around me were happy with the new Bento heads and seemed to adapt fairly easily to it. Even though I wasn’t a huge fan, I started wearing my Kori head from Catwa just so I could start getting used to things. You can see those photos towards the end of the year…one day I just went, “Eff it!” and started wearing my head.
After a good friend gifted me the Catya bento head from Catwa in January, I used the shape that I was working on for the past month to help finalize my shape. I do not like the fact that some face pixels are missing in the demo. It’s hard to get an accurate feel of the head unless you make the plunge and buy the head. Some people may sneeze at ~$20 USD, but I am not one of them. I do plan on getting a Lelutka head later this year, because I liked that one as well.
As we get closer to Valentine’s Day, we may be looking for that perfect gift for that special someone. Chop Zuey came out with a new release that I think fits the bill. With its multi layered necklaces and numerous options for customization, anyone who gets to wear this will look great as well as unique.