Tres Beau - "Tiffany"
"Tiffany" by Tres Beau is one of the most romantic, sweet and versatile outfits in the current SL fashion. It is not really sold as a wedding gown and it comes with a knee length skirt, a midi length skirt and a long train all made with lots of what looks like flower petals. You have the choice of wearing the skirts with a big pink rose in the back or without and the combination of different skirts make this a dress one that can be worn as a lovely cocktail dress as well as a wedding gown for brides who want something romantic but different from the typical wedding gowns in the market.
Worn with a short skirt
What I loved the most about using this dress for weddings is that the colour is not white. It is "almost" white but has a delicate and subtle pink hue to the shade as you can see in the pics.
Worn with the long skirt
The prim parts are all resizeable including the big pink rose head piece and here, I made it slightly smaller to keep a better balance with the hair I wore. But the impact of this rose is still quite significant and by changing the size as well as the position of the rose, you can arrange it to develop your own style. For example, you can even wear it horizontally positioned over a more avant garde hair style if you prefer a sharper and different look.
Worn with a train
Kimmera Madison, the designer of Tres Beau, is known as one of the most well established designers in SL, having been designing wonderful creations including many stunning wedding gowns since 2004 and the quality of her dresses as well as the attention to details never cease to impress me.
Outfit: Tres Beau Designs and Weddings, Tiffany
Jewelry: Virtual Impressions, Rebecca Jewelry Set in Pearls, Ruby and Diamonts (used earrings only)
Nails: Candy Nail, #P034 Hime in Pink
Hair: Bliss Hair, Monica (caviar)
Shoes: Stiletto Moody, Pinup (blush)
Posted by Kay Fairey, Agency Director and model for Boulevard Agency, Miss Virtual World Modeling Academy CEO, LOOK Elite Models COO and writer for the Best of SL Magazine.