Tuala Gowns @ Evie’s Closet

Here’s something new from Evie’s Closet!

I’ve called it Tuala. The name means “Princess of the People” and it’s another piece of detailed work I’m proud to add to my collection. The feel of the outfit once you have it on, is light and happy and I like to think it invokes romance and just a little magic.

It works equally well with the matching wings, or without, as a stand-alone outfit. Try Lassitude & Ennui accessories for a period twist!

I haven’t really done super-special artwork to go with this release, as time has been a major issue, but here are the vendor shots, so you can see what I’m wittering on about:

Tuala - Tryst
Tuala - Peridot
Tuala - Fortuna
Tuala - Bliss
Tuala - Bluebell
Tuala - Antique

You can find Tuala at the Evie’s Closet Main Store in world, or shop for it right now, online, at the SL Marketplace. (Also a great gifting option, if you know somebody who would love this dress!)

Thank you so, so much.

Love,

Evie. xo

Style Credits:
Hair: Rykiel by Lelutka
Skin: Lara Skins – “Claire”
Jewelry: Tuala Crown & Collar by Evie’s Closet
Poses: Ballgown Elegance by Striking Poses (Zelly Mornington)& Try a little tenderness by flowey (Flutter Memel)

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~ by Evie Miles on June 25, 2011.

2 Responses to “Tuala Gowns @ Evie’s Closet”

  1. This gown is so beautiful! I love the skirt textures. Thanks for the link on where to find good accessories to compliment it. I wish I owned all the colors! 🙂

  2. […] Tuala Crowns & Collars are made to match the Tuala Gowns from Evie’s Closet, but are sold separately so you can wear them with any outfit you […]

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