“I think that people who can’t believe in fairies aren’t worth knowing.” -Tori Amos.
Granted, it’s pretty hard to believe in a fairy without wings, so I will cut you some slack.
While this look may not seem like your typical outdoorsy attire, there are a few references to nature which helped to inspire the fairy-ness. Neutral colours combined with blues and corals set the tone, while the sculpted petal skirt and flower accessories amplify the theme.
Another important part of this look is the skin. I love when makeup can be bold, yet still soft and pretty and Pididdle’s Lien skin in Float does just that. And even better, from June 1st – 10th Pididdle is having a sale with all Lien skins marked down to 450L to coincide with their photo contest. More details and information on that can be found here.
I aaaalmost went barefoot for this look, but finally decided on ballet slippers as I like to think fairies would have a natural aptitude for that sort of thing. Seeing as I’m lacking wings, if I can’t fly I better be able to dance :p
All in all this look is one that makes me feel a little lighter and happier and isn’t that what it’s all about?
P.S. Fairies, Faeries, whichever.
Photoshoot music: Little Boots – New in Town
Doll parts after the cut.
Hair: Maitreya – Apple – Natural Blonde (modified)
Flowers: Miel – Tulip Headband Champagne (modified)
Skin: Pididdle – Lien- Tan – Float
Eyes: Poetic Colors – eyes by lano ling – ice crystal
Tank Top: &Bean – Reckoner Tank Dusk
Necklace: Paper Couture – Deer Flower Pendant
Skirt: Miel – Tulip Sculpted Prim Skirt – Champagne
Shoes: Shiny Things – Criss cross ballet flats – champagne (w/flower)
Poses by TorridWear