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97. SF Design "Performance" suit in blue
 


The Performance suit comprises jacket, waistcoat, and trousers in blue fabric, and white shirt and blue tie. There are 35 components in the pack, enabling the clothing to be worn in a variety of ways. The designer of the clothing is swaffette Firefly.

In the first pictures, the shirt and tie are combined in a single item, worn on the undershirt layer. On the shirt layer, is the waistcoat combined with a sleeve shaper. (The lower portion of the waistcoat is actually on the pants layer as part of the trousers.) The open version of the jacket is on the jacket layer. The sleeve shaper fills out the forearms part of the jacket sleeves. See also image 4, which shows the convincing fabric texture of the suit, and also for a rear view, image 5, in which the prim cuff buttons are visible on the sleeves, as is the prim bum-crack closer.

There are several alternatives for the shirt and tie. In image 6, the shirt-plus-tie combination has been replaced by a separate shirt with buttoned collar. The new tie is a prim attachment which appears to be tucked into, and bulging from, the waistcoat.

In image 7, the waistcoat has been removed, and the shirt replaced by a buttoned, collarless one. The new collar and flexi tie (visible in close-up in image 8) are constructed from a prim assembly. Removal of the waistcoat means that the trousers have had to be switched to the version without the lower section of the waistcoat. The waistband of the trousers is now visible - see image 9. The lower leg prim attachments have also been changed to the larger of the two sets provided in the pack - see images 7 and 9.

The final shirt is open-neck without collar. It is worn with a prim collar, and (optionally) a prim tie of which there are two to choose from, both of them flexi. In image 10, the tie is loosely-tied tie. In image 11, the tie is undone with the two ends hanging loose. In this latter image, the open jacket has been replaced with the buttoned version.

In image 12, the open-neck shirt is worn with the waistcoat, but no jacket or tie. The shirt now has prim cuffs attached. Image 13 gives a rear view of the waistcoat. The designer has provided versions of the open-neck shirt on all three layers. In image 14, the shirt is worn long - on the jacket layer.

In the final two images, I have used shirt-with-tie combinations from other designers to go with the Performance suit. In image 15, the shirt-plus-red-tie are from the SLC Elegance suit (designer: Serina Lacava), which was featured in item 37 on page 2. In image 16, I have used the shirt-plus-blue-tie from the Geezer Garments Randy Dandy suit (designer: Negotium Quan), which appeared in item 18 on page 1.
 


The shoes PeeWee is wearing are SF Design laced dress shoes which can be set to nine different colours, worn here in 'red'. See item 16 on page 1 for a picture showing all nine colours. Designer of shoes: swaffette Firefly.

PeeWee's hairstyle is Santino in 'blonde' (designer: Sebass Easterwood).

Location of images: Bliss Garden Center and Bliss Gardens Park.
 

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98. Akito gold and black outfit and Concept Clothing grey shirt
 


The Akito oufit (designer: MrFashion Fetiocci) comprises gold satin jacket and trousers, and shirt in black with gold trim and gold braces (suspenders). The Concept Clothing grey shirt (visible in images 6 and 7) was bought from the same store and is by the same designer.

In the first images, PeeWee is wearing the Akito gold jacket with Akito black shirt (combined item on the jacket layer). The gold shirt collar is a prim attachment. The trousers are low rise, with black belt and silver buckle, and have flared lower-leg prim attachments.

The shirt is available as a separate item (on the jacket layer), and this can be seen in images 4 and 5. The yellow braces are part of the shirt item.

As an alternative to the Akito shirt, a grey shirt by Concept Clothing is worn in images 6 and 7. This shirt has prim collar and prim rolled sleeves.
 


The shoes PeeWee is wearing are Jeepers Creepers Scratch in 'sand/brown', with flexi laces (designer: Eponymous Trenchmouth). The dark grey hat with blue band is by Harry Denimore. PeeWee is not wearing a prim hairstyle, the hair visible in some of the images being an integral part of the skin, which is a bearded version the PK Antonio (designer: Psycho Kondor), which was first seen in its cleanshaven version in item 92 on page 4. The spectacles are Muism Galliano (designer not recorded).

Location of images: Sunny Breezes, Museum Island.
 

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99. INDI Designs "Rico" outfit and "Baker Boy" cap
 


The INDI Designs yellow and brown Rico outfit comprises two striped shirts (one yellow, one brown), two t-shirts (one yellow, one brown), two pairs of trousers (one yellow, one grey), and a pair of black socks. The INDI Designs brown Baker Boy cap is supplied with integral hair fringe in three colours (blonde, brown and black), in addition to a version with no hair. The designer of the Rico outfit and the Baker Boy cap is Jamie Holmer.

The cap is shown here with blonde hair in some images and brown hair in others. The cap has copy and modify permissions which are very useful enabling stray locks of hair to be edited. I have modified the hair somewhat to remove some locks from the front which hung down over the left eye.

Because there are two shirts, two t-shirts, and two pairs of trousers, there are 2x2x2 = 8 different colour combinations in which the clothing can be worn. In the large image above, the all-yellow look is shown. The striped shirt has prim collar and rolled-sleeve attachments. The rolled sleeves show the greyish colour of the reverse side of the material.

In image 4, PeeWee is wearing the yellow striped shirt over the brown t-shirt, combined with the grey trousers. The shirt seen so far is the long untucked version on the jacket layer. There is also a semi-tucked version (also on the jacket layer) which can be seen in image 5, in which just the left side of the shirt is tucked producing a pleasing untidy effect. There are also fully-tucked versions of the shirts on the shirt layer - see image 6. The t-shirt had to be removed for this shot since it also occupies the shirt layer. See image 7 for a rear view of the yellow shirt.

In image 8, the brown shirt is combined with the yellow t-shirt and yellow trousers. So far, we have seen the trousers on the pants layer, but they are also provided on the underpants layer, figure-hugging, for tucking into boots. These tucked trousers in grey can be seen in image 9, with Cattivo Stomper Engineer boots (designer: Lissa Maertens). The shirt has been removed, and the brown t-shirt is shown in its long version (on the jacket layer). Finally, image 10 shows a rear shot with the long yellow t-shirt.
 


As explained above, the hairstyle visible in the pictures is integral with the Baker Boy cap. PeeWee's shoes are Kalnins Elegance (designer: Maris Kanto) set to colour 'shadow'. For an image showing all eleven colours of this shoe see item 42 on page 2. PeeWee's watch is the Culture men's dress watch with brown leather strap (designer not recorded but thought to be Tommy Anton).

Location of images: Gulf of Lune.
 

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100. Paddy's clothing and hair
 


The clothing, hair and accessories featured here are by designer Paddy Carter. The items were bought from Paddy's store, mostly as separate items. They include shirts, trousers, pullover, ties, hats, scarves, jacket, loafers, and the GuyCandy hairstyle in 16 colours. This clothing is a joy to play around with - the lines are so clean.

Some of the items worn here (marked with * below) have already been seen (in item 90 on page 4) which featured Paddy's September 2010 men's outfit.

In the first pictures, PeeWee is wearing Paddy's pale blue Basic shirt, Paddy's white Sailor Fit trousers, Paddy's 'Burberry' pattern fedora, matching 'Burberry' scarf (in the picture above) or tie (below right), and Paddy's 'Burberry' Orlando loafers (below left).

Paddy's Basic shirt is supplied on all layers, and can be worn tucked or long, with low-rise or high-rise trousers, or with boot-tucked trousers (which are on the underpants layer); all the necessary shirt parts are provided. The shirt comes with buttoned collar (below right), or alternatively, collarless with open neck, for use with a separate prim collar (image 4).

Paddy's ties are provided as flat items (on jacket and shirt layers), and as prim attachments, tied formally or loosely. The loosely-tied prim version is seen in image 4. PeeWee has ties in four colours/patterns which are 'Burberry', 'Red Plaid', 'White Plaid' and 'Tartan Whisky', all of which are illustrated here.

For a completely different look, see image 5, in which PeeWee is wearing Paddy's Basic shirt in black with white stripes (tucked version with buttoned collar). To go with this, he is wearing the 'Red Plaid' tie (formal prim version), a matching 'Red Plaid' fedora, and Paddy's light grey flannel trousers. See also image 6 for a close-up of the fedora, and image 7 for the grey flannel trousers. The matching 'Red Plaid' scarf can be seen in image 8.

The third Basic shirt illustrated here is one in white with grey stripes, which can be seen in the long version (jacket layer), with open collar, in image 9. In this shot, PeeWee is wearing the light grey flannel trousers, and Orlando loafers in plain cream*. In image 10, the same shirt is worn, this time in a tucked version, with a flexi tie in 'White Plaid', and with Paddy's beige Sailor Fit trousers*. The fedora worn in this image is in 'Flannel Jack' which matches the tie in colour and pattern, if not in name. The matching scarf can be seen in image 11. One further Paddy's tie can be seen in image 12 - the vibrantly-coloured 'Tartan Whisky' one.

Image 13, features Paddy's Spring open shirt in orange. This shirt is provided in tucked and long versions, has a prim collar, and comes with a green tank-top.

Finally, PeeWee is modelling the extremely attractive Paddy's Luce Kofte pullover and woolly hat in greyish-blue with white pattern. This can be worn in three ways; with a white rolled collar (image 14), with a matching scarf (image 15) or with plain neck (image 16).

The Paddy's GuyCandy hairstyle comes in 16 shades. All of the shades can be seen in composite image 17, in which the shades are:

  TOP ROW:   'Silver'   'Platinum'   'Ahorn'   'Beech'
  SECOND ROW:   'Hazelnut'   'Copper'   'Cherry'   'Brick'
  THIRD ROW:   'Auburn'   'Chestnut'   'Umber'   'Soil'
  BOTTOW ROW:   'Ash'   'Coal'   'Steel'   'Ebony'

The hair has a resize menu, and also modify and copy permissions, but I only found it necessary to reduce the size a little and move it backwards on the skull slightly to get a perfect fit for my avatar. The clothing worn in image 17 is Paddy's Prada brown cotton jacket* and Paddy's open blue shirt*.
 


The hairstyle worn under the hat in some of the images is Bryce Designs Hinder in 'Mist' (designer: Bryce Tully). This hairstyle has modify and copy permissions, and I have modified it slightly here so that it does not poke through the fedora.

The shoes in images 5 and 7 are Jeepers Creepers Scratch in black (designer: Eponymous Trenchmouth).

Location of images: Giverny.
 

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101. M Designs grey business suit
 


The M Designs suit is by magnus Moonwall. The package comprises jacket, trousers, and four shirts - three with tie, one without.

The jacket has clean lines and is from a neat grey fabric with dark blue lapels. It is buttoned and has an integral pale violet pocket handkerchief. The smart matching trousers have dark blue belt with silver buckle, and are provided on the pants layer (as shown here) and also on the underpants layer for tucking into boots.

The white shirts all have buttoned collar and are provided on all layers. The tie options are blue tie (above and below-right); grey tie (image 4); pale grey tie (image 5); and no tie (image 6). In image 5 the long (untucked) version of the shirt is worn. In image 6, a black waistcoat has been borrowed from the INDI Designs Aaron (b) clothing set (designer: Jamie Holmer).
 


On his feet PeeWee is wearing Urbatik FOrmal shoes in grey (designer: McMokta93 Wyler). The hairstyle illustrated here is Bryce Designs Markey in 'Buff' (designer: Bryce Tully). The pipe is the Don Reginaldo Old Wood Billiard (designer: Reginaldo Rabeni). The Hoorenbeek retro sunglasses with bling are from the Ansor Milano outfit (designer: Ansor Hoorenbeek).

Location of images: Bacio Sweets.
 

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102. Musashi-Do "Glorious F" outfit and "InfiniTie" system flexi-ties
 


The Mushashi-Do Glorious F outfit comprises 3 open jackets (black, brown, and pinstriped), 3 pairs trousers to match the jackets, 4 shirts (black, brown, and two different pinstriped), 2 pullovers with turtleneck attachments (black and brown), and a flexi-tie. The clothing is by designer Shiryu Musashi.

The pinstriped jacket and trousers are in black fabric with pale brown pinstripes. The pinstriped shirts are: one in black with white pinstripes; the other in brown with white pinstripes. The trousers all have the same belt in brown figured leather with gold and silver coloured buckle. The trousers are high-rise; all the tops are tucked into the trousers.

There are lots of ways of combining the various items of clothing. All images up to number 9 illustrate the garments provided in the Glorious F oufit.

The tie which comes with the Glorious F outfit is a particulary fine one - in fact better than any I have got so far from any designer. It has yellow, black and white diagonal stripes on a brown ground. I returned to the Musashi-Do store to seek more ties of this quality. I found more very attractive ties belonging to the Musashi-Do InfiniTie system. These ties require a "core" tie in plain black, plus separate "textures" which are applied to the core tie. The remaining images (numbers 10 to 14) feature the Glorious F clothing combined with InfiniTie ties in various shades. (N.B. The tie which comes with the Glorious F outfit is a normal flexi-tie; it is not part of the InfiniTie system.)
 


PeeWee's skin is a new one not yet featured. It is MB Lucio (designer: Mirca Bekkers). The shoes are INDI Designs O'Reilly Low Shoes in 'Dark brown' (designer: Jamie Holmer). The hairstyle is Bryce Designs Dexter in 'Vapor' (designer: Bryce Tully). The smokes used are the Don Reginaldo Classic Briar Bent and Old Wood Billard (designer: Reginaldo Rabeni).

Location of images: Vana.
 

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103. Musashi-Do "InfiniTie" system shirts and flexi-ties
 


Musashi-Do InfiniTie flexi-ties have already been seen in item 102 (above in images 10 to 14). In that item, the ties were worn with a shirt with integral flat collar. Here, I am using InfiniTie shirts as well as ties, which are all by designer Shiryu Musashi.

The InfiniTie shirts each come with prim collar-and-tie attachment. The tie part of the attachment serves the same purpose as the "core" tie used in item 102. The tie appears plain black to begin with, and needs to have a tie "texture" applied to it in order to bring it to life. The tie textures are bought individually from the store. The InfiniTie shirts and ties are extremely useful for wearing, not only with Musashi-Do clothing sets, but also with jackets from other designers, which is what I have done here. The jackets used in these shots have already been seen in earlier items. The InfiniTie shirts and ties make the jackets appear so much better.

In the first few shots, the jacket PeeWee is wearing is from the Meriken Co Gingham beige suit (designer: Yaszi Mornington) which was first seen in item 40 on page 2. The trousers are DE Design corduroy trousers (designer: DoC Eldritch). The shoes are SF Design Brogues set to 'Sand' (designer: swaffette Firefly). The shirt is the Musashi-Do InfiniTie shirt in 'khaki' with InfiniTie tie in gold/tan stripes (designer: Shiryu Musashi).

In the next pictures (4 and 5), the jacket chosen is the blue blazer with UCL rowing club emblem from the SF Design Henley clothing set which was featured in item 4 on page 1. The white flannel trousers are from the same clothing set which is by designer swaffette Firefly. The shoes are Metro Men light brown deck shoes (designer: Elmo Emu). The shirt is the Musashi-Do InfiniTie shirt in white with InfiniTie tie in red/blue stripes (designer: Shiryu Musashi).

In images 6 and 7, PeeWee is wearing the DE Design Camel sports coat (designer: DoC Eldritch) which appeared in item 65 on page 3. The trousers are from the Sartoria S21 Portofino pink suit (designer: traveller Bade). The shoes are Vestirse PornStar Como Una High-Top trainers, worn here without the fold-over uppers (designer: Kalamos Bravin). The shirt is the Musashi-Do InfiniTie shirt in brown with InfiniTie tie in pink/brown stripes (designer: Shiryu Musashi).

The next jacket (images 8 and 9) is from the Meriken Co Gingham grey suit (designer: Yaszi Mornington) which was first seen in item 62 on page 3. The trousers are from the Sartoria S350 Boulevarder suit (designer: traveller Bade). The shoes are Meriken Co Woo in grey suede (designer: Yaszi Mornington). The shirt is the Musashi-Do InfiniTie shirt in 'khaki' with InfiniTie tie in 'anthracite'/white stripes (designer: Shiryu Musashi).

The brown leather Winter jacket worn in images 10 and 11 is from the SF Design Easy Rider outfit (designer: swaffette Firefly) first seen in item 94 on page 4. The black leather jeans are by Maurizio Heberle. The boots are Cattivo Stomper Engineer boots (designer: Lissa Maertens). The shirt is the Musashi-Do InfiniTie shirt in brown with InfiniTie tie in grey/brown stripes (designer: Shiryu Musashi).

In image 12, the jacket is the single-breasted one in 'hazel' from the SB System-X suit (designer: Sweeny Baxter) first seen in item 79 on page 4. The 'khaki' trousers are from Fashion Forward (designer: Jenna Etzel). The shirt is the Musashi-Do InfiniTie shirt in 'khaki' with InfiniTie tie in blue/white polka-dot (designer: Shiryu Musashi).

The final four images illustrate the Cattivo Perfectly Pinstriped suits of designer Lissa Maertens. Image 13 shows the suit in 'sand' (see item 2 on page 1) with the Musashi-Do InfiniTie shirt in 'khaki' and InfiniTie tie in black floral pattern. Image 14 shows the Cattivo suit in light blue (see item 25 on page 2) with the Musashi-Do InfiniTie shirt in brown and InfiniTie tie in azure/black stripes. Image 15 shows the Cattivo suit in 'copper' (see item 57 on page 3) with the Musashi-Do InfiniTie shirt in white and InfiniTie tie in red/black tartan. Finally, Image 16 shows the Cattivo suit in 'ivory' (see item 73 on page 4) with the Musashi-Do InfiniTie shirt in white and InfiniTie tie in black/white/gold stripes.

All InfiniTie shirts and ties are by Shiryu Musashi. To see all the tie colour combinations used in this and the previous item (number 102) see composite image 17.
 


PeeWee's skin is a new one not yet featured. It is the MB Nicola (designer: Mirca Bekkers). The hairstyle is Bryce Designs Markey in 'buff'' (designer: Bryce Tully).

Location of images: Mirromere.
 

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104. Aoharu British tweed suit in brown plaid
 


The parts of this suit are the same as those which appeared in the Aoharu Elegance suit in cream, which appeared in item 34 on page 2. The designer of clothing is machang Pichot. The set comprises the three-piece suit (jacket, waistcoat and trousers) plus matching tie, white shirt, and belt. There are 31 components in the set altogether. Similar tweed suits in different fabric variations are available at the store.

The jacket is constructed from prims which are worn over a base garment on the jacket layer. There are four versions of the base garment which are: jacket alone, jacket + shirt, jacket + waistcoat, and jacket + shirt + waistcoat. The four base garments can be seen in the top row in composite image 6. Over the top of one of these jacket bases is applied a set of prim attachments, of which there six different sets. Three of these attachment sets can be seen in the bottom row in image 6; they are: jacket only, jacket + shirt collar + long tie, and jacket + shirt collar + short tie. The remaining three attachment sets are the same as the first three except they are without the white rose in the jacket pocket. Obviously, not all six of the prim sets will match all four of the jacket bases; for example, the short tie needs a base with a waistcoat. The prim attachments can be adjusted for size and position by means of a dialogue box which is diplayed by left-clicking the item. This facility enables adjustment of an individual prim within the assembly, which I found invaluable in ensuring that the short tie locates correctly in the "V" of the waistcoat front. To complete the jacket, there are sleeve prim attachments in two versions - one set with the shirt sleeve showing at the wrist, the other set without. The sleeve prims can be seen in image 6.

Image 7 shows the shirt worn alone (without the jacket or waistcoat) in the tucked version. This image also illustrates the prim belt in black leather. The shirt can also be worn long, as in image 8. In these last two shots (7 and 8), the shirt is constructed from a base garment, with the addition of a collar + tie assembly and sleeve prims. Also provided in the pack, is a shirt-plus-waistcoat combination garment, which can be seen in the next shot (image 9). The waistcoat is always long. The collar/tie prim (image 9) has the short tie giving the appearance of being tucked inside the waistcoat, but the long tie could also be worn hanging down in front. There is also, in the pack, a base garment for the waistcoat only. This would be useful if a different shirt from the white one provided were to be worn.

Finally, in image 10, PeeWee is wearing the jacket alone (without waistcoat). The trousers are provided on the pants and underpants layers, and have lower leg prim attachments.
 


The shoes PeeWee is wearing are Jeepers Creepers Scratch in sand/brown, with flexi laces, designer: Eponymous Trenchmouth. The hat is the Meriken Co straw hat in 'natural' (designer: Yaszi Mornington). The hair visible in the pictures under the hat is "sf design free hair to wear with hats" (designer: swaffette Firefly). The spectacles are Sheen's Slim Line sunglasses (designer: Sheen Revnik). PeeWee's pipe is Don Reginaldo Classic Briar Bent (designer: Reginaldo Rabeni).

Location of images: Valhal.
 

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105. Bad At Croquet French Fashion white "Balthazar" suit and grey flannel suit
 


The first few pictures illustrate the Balthazar suit; the later ones feature a grey flannel suit; both were bought at the same Bad At Croquet French Fashion store and are by designer Rosie Chantilly.

The Balthazar suit comprises: white jacket with navy-blue pinstripes and three silver buttons; white linen trousers; white shirt with navy-blue collar trim and buttons; flexi-tie with diagonal stripes in navy-blue and white; and white canotier (boater) with navy-blue band. The jacket buttons can be seen in image 4. The jacket has been removed for images 5 and 6 revealing the shirt detail.

Images 7 to 9 feature the Bad At Croquet grey flannel suit. The jacket and trousers are sold as separate items in the store. There is also a low-rise version of the trousers available. The shirt accompanying the suit in these pictures is one from the Warm Velvets range from designer Dan Senyurt. The colour of this one is 'Coriander'.

In the final picture (number 10), PeeWee is wearing a Bad At Croquet purple shirt by Rosie Chantilly. The shirt can be worn tucked or long, and with short sleeves or long.
 


PeeWee's skin is a new one not yet featured. It is the MB Mike (designer: Mirca Bekkers). PeeWee's shoes are JC For Men Mod-01 in 'Bluette' (designer: Hashanty Yifu). The hairstyle is Bryce Designs Hinder in 'Mist' (designer: Bryce Tully). I modified a copy of the hair for use with the hat by moving a few locks which stuck through; this is possible because the hairstyle has copy and modify permissions. The unaltered hairstyle can be seen in Images 7 to 10 in which the hat is not worn.

Location of images: Loch Haven, Natural Wilderness.
 

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106. Kal Rau separates and shoes
 


This item features five tops, two pairs of trousers, and colour-variable shoes, all by designer Kal Rau. The shoes are described underneath the two smaller pictures.

In the first few pictures, PeeWee is wearing an excellent brown suede blazer by designer Kal Rau. The blazer is constructed from a base garment (on the jacket layer) with an attachment for the lower flared section; plus prim attachments for the lower sleeve sections; and a linked prim assembly for the collar and lapels.The attachments can be resized via menus which appear when the object is left-clicked. The blazer has a silver-coloured breast pocket zipper. The construction of the blazer is illustrated in image 6.

The blazer comes in two versions: one is blazer alone, the other has an integral shirt in black-and-white stripes (as in the image above). The shirt is not provided as a stand-alone garment in the blazer pack. The upturned (or "popped") shirt collar is a prim attachment which is separate from the blazer collar attachment (they are on different avatar connection points). The blazer lower sleeve attachments come in versions with and without shirt cuffs showing at the wrist.

Although the black-and-white striped shirt is not present as a stand-alone garment in the blazer pack, the same shirt is available as a separate purchase at the store. This stand-alone shirt (designer: Kal Rau) has a formal collar attachment as shown in image 7. The shirt can be worn long or tucked, and the sleeves can be buttoned formally, or turned up. In the picture it is worn long, and has upturned cuff attachments. In the next image (number 8), the tucked version of the shirt is worn along with the blazer. In image 9, the shirt sleeves are buttoned formally, and the collar has been changed for the popped one which came with the blazer pack.

The low-rise khaki trousers (designer: Kal Rau) are very good. They have lower leg attachments. See images 10 and 11 for views, front and rear. The trousers are provided on the pants and underpants layers.

The next Kal Rau garment (see image 12) is a pullover-with-hood ("hoodie") in black, beige and white horizontal stripes (designer: Kal Rau). Two versions of the hoodie are provided in the pack - one combined with a red and blue chequer shirt (as featured here); the other without the shirt.The hoodie comes with a collar/hood attachment and another attachment for the bottom section of the garment. There is a separate additional shirt collar attachment for use with the hoodie-plus-shirt combo version of the hoodie. The attachments are menu-resizeable. The lower pullover attachment comes in four versions which are: with shirt tails showing at the bottom; with belt showing; with shirt tails and belt showing; and plain. In image 12, the shirt tails and belt are showing; in image 13, just the shirt tails are showing. I had to make the lower attachment quite large to cover PeeWee's buttocks at the back.

For the remaining images, the trousers have been changed for some blue ones (designer: Kal Rau). These low-rise trousers are "saggers" having underpants showing at the waist. The underpants have a grey waistband. The blue trousers have lower leg attachments.

In image 15, PeeWee is wearing a cobination red and blue chequer shirt with blue polo undershirt (designer: Kal Rau). There are separate collar and turned-up cuff attachments for the shirt, and a separate popped collar attchment for the polo. The attchments are menu-resizeable. Also provided in the pack is a shirt-alone version without the polo. See image 16 for a close-up. The chequer shirt is the same one which was combined with the hoodie (as already described).

The final top is a v-neck t-shirt in blue (designer: Kal Rau). It comes in tucked and long versions. In image 18, the tucked version is worn. The underpants waistband mentioned above can be seen in this picture. Image 19 illustrates the long version of the t-shirt. In image 20, the red/blue chequer shirt (already described above) is worn over the t-shirt.
 


PeeWee's skin is a new one not yet featured. It is MiaSnow Adam in skintone 'Redhead-1' (designer: MiaSnow Myriam). The hairstyle is Bryce Designs Hinder in 'Spice' (designer: Bryce Tully).

The shoes are Kal Rau Street Sneakers (designer: Kal Rau). The colour of the shoes and that of the laces can be altered via a menu. Images 2, 14 and 17 illustrate some of the colour variations. There are seven colour variations for the shoes, and five different lace colours.

Location of images: Treasured Isle and Green and Wild Garden Centre.
 

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107. Aoharu casual outfit
 


The jacket shown here is from the Aoharu British tweed suit which was featured in item 104 above. The red pullover and blue jeans were bought separately at the Aoharu store. The clothing is by machang Pichot.

The trousers are Aoharu Vintage blue denim jeans (designer: machang Pichot) which have lower leg prim attachments, and a prim belt which comes in two versions - with and without blue denim belt loops. The version with loops is shown here. The trousers are very grubby especially at the back (see image 6). The trousers are provided in versions on the pants and underpants layers.

The Cashmere turtleneck pullover (designer: machang Pichot) is shown in the tucked version in the first few images. It is also provided in a long version on the jacket layer (see images 7 and 8) in which the lower sleeve attachments are worn. The long version of the sweater can be worn with the tweed jacket because the pullover and trousers are provided on all layers. In image 9, the pullover is on the shirt and pants layers, while the trousers are on the underpants layer.
 


PeeWee's skin is a new one not yet featured. It is MiaSnow Jake version '3-goatee' (designer: MiaSnow Myriam). The shoes are INDI Designs O'Reilly Low Shoes in 'dark brown' (designer: Jamie Holmer). The hairstyle is Paddy's GuyCandy in 'Umber' (designer: Paddy Carter). The M&MM Productions monocle (designer: Massimo Blinker) can be set to any one of 15 different colours patterns; it is seen here in 'grey'. See image 6 in item 83 (on page 4) for a composite image showing all 15 colour variations of the monocle. The pipe is the Don Reginaldo Old Wood Billiard (designer: Reginaldo Rabeni).

Location of images: Wizardhat Studios.
 

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108. Immerschoen Fashion menswear
 


This item features three separate purchases from the Immerschoen Fashion store. They are: Immerschoen Man Shirt #1 in brown leather; Immerschoen Man Club Set #3 (bronze leather trousers and transparent t-shirt); and Immerschoen Man Everyday Set Ray (tan jeans and striped shirt). The clothing is by designer Gismo Rhode.

In the first few images, PeeWee is wearing the brown leather Immerschoen Man Shirt #1, and the bronze leather trousers from the Immerschoen Man Club Set #3. These images have been taken under sunset lighting which shows the leather at its best. The brown leather shirt has prim collar and rolled-sleeve attachments, and has a very convincing leather appearance. In image 1 (above) the tucked version of the shirt is worn; the long version (worn outside the trousers) can be seen in images 5 and 6.

In image 7, the Immerschoen Man Club Set #3 bronze trousers are worn, along with the transparent shirt (worn outside the trousers) which came with the set. The shirt is brown with black sleeves and hems. The shirt is also provided in the tucked version which can be seen (from the rear) in image 8. The artworks being admired by PeeWee in this picture are by nessuno Myoo.

The last two images (9 and 10) feature the Immerschoen Man Everyday Set Ray which comprises tan Samoa jeans with belt and buckle, and Ray shirt in white and yellow stripes worn long (outside the trousers). The art objects, rugs and furniture appearing in these last images are by Teal Freenote.
 


PeeWee's skin is a new one not yet featured. It is the Tellaq Moolah (designer: Bahattin Bruh).

The footwear is colour-variable G&T Snake Leather boots (designer: Greenie Lane), set here to 'Brown'. See item 92 (on page 4) for an image showing all six colours which these boots can be set to. PeeWee's hairstyle is Tonic Brett in 'Umber' (designer: Blaine Alderson).

Location of images: Tiatopia Island.
 

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109. Jahi men's suits and colour-variable shoes
 


This item features four separate purchases made at the Jahi Men and Women's Fine Fashion store. They are: the Jahi men's pinstriped suit in pink; the Jahi waistcoat and trousers set in green/yellow/orange plaid; the Jahi men's white suit with 3 shirt/ties; and the Jahi Wingtip colour-variable shoes. The designer of the clothing is Jayden Zane.

The Jahi pink pinstriped suit is created in the manner of a cartoon and has great style. The same suit is available in other colours (red, blue and grey) at the store. The upper part of the suit can be worn in 4 ways, all of which are illustrated here: jacket/waistcoat/shirt (images 1 to 4), waistcoat/shirt (images 5 and 6), shirt only (images 7 and 8), jacket/shirt (images 9 and 10). The trousers have a white and black belt (visible in images 7 and 8) reminiscent of a tailor's measuring tape. The shoes worn with this suit are the colour-variable Jahi Wingtip shoes, set here to pink and white. See below for more information on these shoes. See also the video featuring this fine pink suit.

The second Jahi ensemble featured here is the Jahi waistcoat and trousers set in green/yellow/orange plaid which appears in images 11 to 14. The red bow tie worn with this ensemble is from the Meriken Co Gingham suit (designer: Yaszi Mornington).

The Jahi Wingtip shoes can be set to any colour using a HUD. The shoe is divided into 4 areas, each of which can be set to a different colour. In images 13 and 14, I have matched the colours to those used in the plaid fabric - yellow (shoe uppers), dark green (toe and tongue), pale green (sole and heel), and orange (laces). See image 15 for a view of the HUD menu. You select which area of the shoe you want to colour from the four shown on the left (the shoe uppers are selected in the example). Then you choose a base colour from the small squares on the right (row 1, column 4 was selected). This causes a colour-space for the base colour chosen to appear in the centre. The small black circle can then be moved around the colour-space to mix in white and/or black. A huge range of colours can be achieved in this way.

The last clothing set featured in this item is the Jahi men's white suit shown in images 16 to 18. This suit comes with 3 shirt/tie combinations (not used here). The suit fabric has a subtle white/grey motif. The Jahi Wingtip shoes have been coloured grey and black this time to match the suit.
 


PeeWee's hairstyle is Sirena Corporate in 'Sandy' (designer: Natalia Zelmanov). The spectacles are Muism Galliano (designer not recorded).

Location of images: Astonia Isle.
 

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110. Phoenix Rising shirts, waistcoats and trousers from "Risk" and "Push" ranges
 


This item features Phoenix Rising Push shirts in 9 colours, Phoenix Rising Risk dress trousers in 4 colours, and Phoenix Rising Risk waistcoats in 6 colours. Each garment was purchased as a separate item at the Phoenix Rising store. The designer of the clothing is Ashoka Eales.

The shirt colours are: 'Red', 'Gold', 'Grass', 'Grey', 'Ice', 'Orange', 'Pink', 'Royal', 'Teal'. The trousers are: 'Brown', 'Slate', 'Navy', 'Tan'. The waistcoats are: 'Mud', 'Red', 'Navy', 'Gold', 'Slate', 'Grass'. The 'Gold' waistcoat appears pale olive green to me, and the 'Tan' trousers are actually a deep olive green. Nevertheless, the colours are wonderful and endless combinations are possible with this clothing.

The shirts have prim collars and rolled sleeves. The prim collars supplied with the shirts come in two versions - one is collar alone, the other is collar plus untied flexi-tie. The ties have diagonal stripes in grey plus a color which complements the shirt. I have used the flexi-tie version in image 4 only. The trousers have lower leg prim attachments.

In each waistcoat pack there are three "extras". These are Risk dress trousers in 'Slate' (so you don't need to buy that as a separate item), a Risk white shirt, and a pocket watch. The Risk white shirt is similar to the coloured Push ones, but has a more flamboyant style of rolled sleeves. In image 12, this white shirt can be seen, together with the 'Grass' waistcoat, and a pair of Armidi Gisaci Ruvido Slacks in 'Bianco' (designers: Hudsen Armidi and London Armidi). The white shirt shown is the untucked version (which occupies the shirt and pants layers); the trousers are on the underpants layer in the shot.

The pocket watch can be seen in image 12, and a close-up of it in image 13.
 


PeeWee's skin is a new one shown here for the first time on my pages. It is the MiaSnow Adam Redhead-2 by designer MiaSnow Myriam.

The hairstyle is Tonic Brett in 'Chestnut' (designer: Blaine Alderson).

The footwear used here is: in image 1, Hoorenbeek Margin leather shoes in 'Berry' (designer: Limer Fredriksson); in image 5, Urbatik Formal shoes in 'Grey' (designer: McMokta93 Wyler); in image 7, Kalnins Elegance shoes in 'Pigeonpost' (designer: Maris Kanto); in image 8, Jahi Wingtip colour-variable shoes (designer: Jayden Zane); and in image 12, Swank Brothers white Oxford shoes (designer: Doc Wrangler).

The Culture wristwatch with brown leather strap visible in most of the images is by designer Tommy Anton.

Location of images: Forest Floor.
 

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111. Hoorenbeek corduroy jacket, smart trousers, polo shirt, and shoes
 


This clothing was obtained as four separate purchases at Hoorenbeek's main store. The designer of the clothing is Limer Fredriksson. Hoorenbeek produce high-end products which are very well thought out and good value. The clothing has modify and copy permissions which means that a very good fit to the avatar can be obtained with a little effort.

The shoes are Hoorenbeek Allen 2.0 in 'Tan'. They are laced shoes with a very realistic leather appearance. In the pack are actually three pairs of shoes - first, the shoes alone as they are; secondly, the shoes with built-in lower sock parts in brown; and thirdly, the same with the lower sock parts in black. The versions with sock parts were not needed because the beige trousers used here cover the top part of the shoe and no sock is showing.

The shoes are available in other colours at the store, including two-tone options.

The Hoorenbeek beige corduroy jacket, as shown in images 1 and 3, is constructed from a base garment on the jacket layer with sculpted attachments for the collar/lapels, the lower sleeves, and the lower part of the jacket body. When the jacket is worn, a shadow is cleverly created on the clothing underneath which gives a greater degree of realism. There is also a sleeve shaper which occupies the shirt layer to bulk out the upper arms.

Included in the jacket pack is an alternative simpler version of the jacket in which the whole garment is a single item on the jacket layer not requiring any attachments. There is a second sleeve shaper for this version of the jacket. This shaper bulks out the lower arms, and is employed in image 5, which illustrates the simpler form of the jacket. Notice that the prim belt, which is part of the trousers pack, is not appropriate for wearing with the simpler version of the jacket.

The beige corduroy jacket is an excellent garment; it is available in several other colours at the store.

The next garment, the Hoorenbeek beige trousers, are also very attractive. In images 1 and 2, the lower leg sections are formed by sculpted attachments. The trousers are provided low-rise and high-rise, and also in versions on the the underpants layer which can be used for tucking into boots.

A very attractive feature of the trousers is the provision of well-constructed belts in three colours, of which the brown leather one can be seen in image 6 with the high-rise trousers. There is also a black leather belt and a really nice brown and beige one, in which the front part is brown leather, and the rear part in a golden woven fabric. See images 7 and 8 for this fancy belt. Each belt comes in two copies, one each positioned correctly for low-rise and high-rise. The belts are easily accommodated by the sculpted lower section of the corduroy jacket (see image 1).

The final Hoorenbeek garment, the polo shirt in 'Sand', has a definite greenish tinge, and is supplied on all layers. The bottom of the shirt can be worn in a semi-tucked state with the central front part lifted up to accommodate belt sections provided in brown and black. I think these are for use with Hoorenbeek jeans which I have not got, so I have not used this feature of the polo.

However, the delightful feature of the polo is the collar attachment which is illustrated in composite image 9. There are three settings for the collar: turned down; turned up ("popped"); and half-way house. Each setting is present in three options: with silk scarf; with tied neckerchief; and as collar alone. So there are 3 x 3 = 9 possible ways of wearing the collar, all of which are shown in image 9.

The polo collar is attached at the avatar's spine connection point, while the corduroy jacket collar is attached at the chest, so both collars can be worn together. However, only the "popped" shirt collar is compatible with the jacket collar due to overlap. All polo collars can be used with the simple (flat) version of the jacket. See images 3, 4 and 5.

The Hoorenbeek polo is available in a range of colours at the store.
 


PeeWee's hairstyle is Exile Zack in 'Auburn' (designer: Kavar Cleanslate). PeeWee's pipe is Don Reginaldo Classic Briar Bent (designer: Reginaldo Rabeni).

Location of images: The Untroubled Sound.
 

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112. F2H party wear
 


The F2H brand party clothes featured in this item are: pink shirt with pink ties, brown Adam shorts, red waistcoat, and silk trousers in 'Aubergine'. The F2H clothing is by designer Frozenll Hastings. The red jacket and pink tank top which appear in some of the pictures are not by F2H.

The F2H pink shirt which which can be seen in images 1, 3 and 9 has collar prim attachments in three versions - one with bright pink flexi-tie, one with dark pink flexi-tie, and the third one collar alone (no tie). The attachments have modify permission so each prim can be adjusted individually. The shirt needs to be worn with a jacket because the shirt sleeves have little detail. The jacket I have used is a ruby red one from the Shai Greek Boy outfit (designer: Shai Delacroix) which was first seen in item 26 on page 2.

The brown F2H Adam shorts have prim rolled leg attachments. These very short shorts have a blue flower motif and side seams. They have modify permission.

See image 4 for a good view of the red F2H waistcoat. The top worn in images 5 to 8 is the red SG Dendi tank top (designer: Sasha Gopheller).

The F2H silk trousers in 'Aubergine' can be seen in images 7, 8 and 9. The white version of these trousers was featured in item 78 on page 4. The trousers have lower leg prim attachments with turn-ups.
 


PeeWee's hairstyle is Anaphora Joon in 'Chestnut' (designer: Nishant Zobovic). The red head-band is part of the hairstyle. The rose worn in the hair is Pink Eurotica by designer Jannik Pikajuna. The shoes are Zanzo Dundee Tartan Classix red plimsols (designer: Theodore DuCasse). The white socks with double red stripes are by designer Aimee Weber.

Location of images: China Town - Sere's Bunnies.
 

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113. Redgrave smart-casual menswear
 


This item features smart-casual clothing from the Redgrave main store. In the first few pictures, PeeWee is modelling Redgrave items (polo shirt and trousers) based on clothing from El Ganso which is a real life clothing firm in Madrid (www.elganso.com). The rest of the images show other Redgrave items (not based on El Ganso). The SL designers are Viola Leigh (for the El Ganso items) and Emilia Redgrave or Talyssa Collins for the rest.

The excellent El Ganso/Redgrave red polo shirt (designer: Viola Leigh) has collar attachments and can be worn tucked or (as in image 6) long, outside the trousers. Provided in the polo pack is a lower flounce attachment for the polo. The attachment is resizeable, but it did not suit my avatar shape, and so I have not used it.

The El Ganso/Redgrave beige herringbone trousers (designer: Viola Leigh) have an integral coloured belt and very good lower leg attachments. Also provided is a separate belt attachment, and a second attachment which combines the belt with the polo flounce mentioned in the previous paragraph. I have not used these. There are instructions for changing the avatar shape parameters to suit the belt attachments but I did not want to do this. There is an alternative version of the trousers which is the whole garment in one (on the pants layer) not requiring the lower leg attachments. This can be seen in image 6. The shoes worn with this clothing are Kal Rau colour-variable Street Sneakers (designer: Kal Rau).

The next ensemble from Redgrave can be seen in image 7. It comprises Redgrave casual trousers in 'Ash', and Redgrave Classic long-sleeved shirt in 'Lilac'. The trousers are shown here in the high-rise version, but the pack includes low-rise as well. The shirt can be worn tucked or long. The designer of these very pleasing items is Emilia Redgrave.

In image 8, a green waistcoat from the Sartoria S350 Boulevarder suit (designer: traveller Bade) has been added. See item 44 on page 2 for the Boulevarder suit.

In images 9 and 10, PeeWee is wearing, to accompany the 'Ash' trousers, a Redgrave pullover/shirt (combination item) in 'Cinza', which translates to 'Ash' (designer: Talyssa Collins). This latter item was one of the first things I bought in SL. I have it in 'Cinza', 'Rosa', and 'Palha'. The shoes accompanying the clothing are SF Design laced dress shoes set to 'Brown' (designer: swaffette Firefly).

In image 11, PeeWee is wearing Redgrave striped green trousers (designer: Emilia Redgrave), and to accompany them, the same Redgrave pullover/shirt combination already mentioned, but this time in 'Rosa' ('Rose') (designer: Talyssa Collins). The shoes are the same SF Design ones used previously, but this time set to 'White'. The green trousers have an attractive white belt which can be seen in the next image (number 12), in which the shirt is the same Redgrave 'Lilac' one already seen at the beginning. On top of the shirt is a Phoenix Rising Risk waistcoat in 'Red'. The designer of the waistcoat is Ashoka Eales.

The final Redgrave trousers featured here are Redgrave cargo pants in beige (designer: Emilia Redgrave) which can be seen in the final three images. In 13, PeeWee is wearing the Redgrave pullover/shirt in 'Palha' ('Straw') (designer: Talyssa Collins). In image 14, he is wearing the tucked version of the Macho Golden Flair shirt (designer: Savy Sands). This reveals the detail on the cargo pants waist-band. In the final image (15) the shoes are Redgrave Strap Loafers in 'Sand'.
 


The skin used in this item is one not yet seen on my pages. It is the MB Old Man 3.5 by designer Mirca Bekkers.

The hairstyle is Bryce Designs Richard in 'Mist' (designer: Bryce Tully).

Location of images: Cheval de Mer.
 

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114. Hoorenbeek white pinstriped jacket
 


The Hoorenbeek white pinstriped jacket is by designer Limer Fredriksson. The jacket is constructed from a base garment on the jacket layer, with attachments for collar and breast pocket, lower sleeves, and the bottom body section. Composite image 4 illustrates its construction. Notice that the false shadow cast by the jacket on the garments underneath is part of the base garment. The breast pocket has the badge of the Yorkshire Regiment, the Green Howards, with lion rampant, white rose, and the Cross of St George on the pennant.

I have used items from PeeWee's wardrobe already seen on my pages to combine with the excellent white Hoorenbeek jacket to produce some fine ensembles for PeeWee.

In images 1 to 4, the Hoorenbeek white jacket is combined with the Aoharu pink shirt and white tie from the Elegant suit range by designer machang Pichot (see item 34 on page 2), and Redgrave high-rise trousers in 'Ash' by designer Emilia Redgrave (see item 113 on the current page). The shoes are Swank Brothers white Oxford dress shoes by designer Doc Wrangler (see item 27 on page 2).

In images 5 and 6, the Hoorenbeek white jacket is combined with a similar Aoharu shirt this time in white, and Armidi Gisaci Ruvido Slacks in 'Bianco' by designers Hudsen Armidi and London Armidi (see item 27 on page 2).

In images 7 and 8, the Hoorenbeek white jacket is combined with the Musashi-Do khaki shirt with InfiniTie system tie set to grey/brown stripes by designer Shiryu Musashi (see item 103 on the current page), and Hoorenbeek beige trousers by designer Limer Fredriksson (see item 111 on the current page).

Finally, in images 9 and 10, the Hoorenbeek white jacket is combined with the Meriken Co polka-dot grey shirt by designer Yaszi Mornington (see item 62 on page 3), and Valiant washed-out blue Triniti jeans by designer Wavie Haller (see item 54 on page 3). The shoes are Meriken Co grey suede Woo shoes by designer Yaszi Mornington.
 


PeeWee's skin is one not yet seen on my pages. It is the MB Riccardo by designer Mirca Bekkers.

The hairstyle is Bryce Designs Dexter in 'Flint' by designer Bryce Tully.

Location of images: Estruda - La'Licious Designs.
 

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115. Cattivo "Thadicus" Victorian suit in Burgundy and Tan
 


This clothing set comprises burgundy jacket, tan breeches, off-white shirt with stiff upturned collar, burgundy Ascot tie, red waistcoat, brown hat with black band, silver walking stick, brown gloves and black socks. The waistcoat, shirt and Ascot are each provided on different layers. Also in the pack are composite items (shirt + Ascot, waistcoat + Ascot) again provided on different layers. All items have copy and modify permissions. The designer of the clothing is Lissa Maertens. The Thadicus suit comes in other colour combinations at the store. See below for the shoes, which are not part of the outfit.

The burgundy jacket is provided in open and closed versions. There are lower sleeve attachments with lace frills, which are a bit like miniature ballet tutus or lampshades, and look foppish by today's standards. Nevertheless, they have been carefully constructed and have flexi movement. See image 4 for a close up of the frill. Fortunately, plain lower sleeve attachments without the frills are also provided in the pack.

The tan breeches have a front flap for access rather than flies. The front waist detail of the trousers can be seen in image 5, which also shows the brown leather gloves with the right hand holding the walking stick knob.

The red floral pattern on the front of the waistcoat can be seen in image 6 in which the jacket has been removed, as has the Ascot tie. The rear of the waistcoat is plain black silk.

The stiff upturned shirt collar is supplied in two versions - one for use with the Ascot; the other without. For the plain collar, see image 6 in which the Ascot is not worn.

The silver-coloured walking stick, as provided, is held in the normal vertical position and just requires fine adjustment of position (using 'edit') to bring the handle snuggly into the avatar's hand. However, because the item has copy and modify permissions, this enables a second copy to be made and manoeuvred into a horizontally-held position as shown in image 7.
 


The shoes are Jeepers Creepers Colbert dress shoes in 'Copper' by designer Eponymous Trenchmouth. They are pre-fitted with attached brown lower sock parts; a pair of matching true socks are provided in the pack. This avoids the difficulty of getting the shoe size right without the ankle bones sticking through the side of the shoe.

The slicked "hair" apparent in the images is, in fact, on the hair base, and is for use with hats; it is not a prim wig attachment, so there are no problems with poke-through (designer: Ayla Holt).

Location of images: Isle of Cheswick.
 

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116. Exile "Zack" hairstyle in 48 shades, and SG clothing separates
 


The Exile Zack hairstyle is available in seven colour sets - LIGHT BLONDES (6), DARK BLONDES (6), LIGHT BROWNS (6), DARK BROWNS (6), BLACKS (8), REDS (8) and WILD CARDS (8) - and also a full pack containing all 48 shades. The hairstyle is quite brilliant and the colours used are vibrant and very attractive - the best I have come across. The designer is Kavar Cleanslate.

I first bought the REDS pack, and have used three of the shades in previous items - 'nutmeg' in items 73 and 78 on page 4, 'russet' in item 76 on page 4, and 'auburn' in item 111 on the current page. I then bought the full pack which has all 48 shades in a single folder. I sorted them into the seven sets according to the colour chart on the wall in the shop. See image 4 for a composite image of all 48 shades, sorted into sets, and arranged in the same order as the shop chart. A super-sized version of this can be seen in image 5 (large file 1.35 MB, wait for loading).

On checking my image against the contents of each colour set available in the store, I noticed an odd thing. One shade, 'dusk', supplied in the LIGHT BROWNS set, is much darker than any of the LIGHT BROWNS on the wall chart. It actually matches one from the DARK BROWNS set. Also, the 'earth' shade, which comes in the DARK BROWNS set, is pale and, on comparing with the colour chart carefully, I think it belongs in the LIGHT BROWNS. I could be wrong, but I have shown it this way (with 'dusk' and 'earth' swapped) on my composite image.

The SG casual clothing illustrated here came in six separate purchases from the store. They are: SG Tear Off chequer brown shirt; the same shirt in red; SG London pullover in red and beige; SG Summer white t-shirts pack; SG Dendi pale blue jeans; and SG Classic dark green chequer trousers. The designer of the clothing is Sasha Gopheller.

In the first images, PeeWee is wearing the SG Tear Off chequer shirt in brown, which has collar and rolled sleeve attachments. Shown here worn long (outside the trousers), the shirt is also provided in the pack in a tucked version. Worn underneath the shirt is the plain white SG Summer t-shirt. This t-shirt comes in a pack of three - plain fabric (as worn), ribbed fabric, and plain fabric with black motif. The t-shirts can be worn long or tucked. The SG Dendi pale blue jeans shown in these images are low-rise and have lower-leg flared attachments with turned-up bottoms.

The hairstyle to accompany this clothing (images 1, 3 and 6) is the Exile Zack in 'cinnamon' from the LIGHT BROWNS set (designer: Kavar Cleanslate).

In images 7 to 10, PeeWee is wearing the SG London pullover in red and beige (designer: Sasha Gopheller). The trousers are SG Classic dark green chequer ones, which are low rise and have lower-leg flared attachments. The pullover has a half zipper, and rolled-sleeve and collar attachments. In the pullover pack, there are both long and tucked versions of the garment. The tucked version has shorter sleeves, apparently pulled up the arms some way. The tucked pullover can be seen in image 9, in which I have removed the pullover collar attachment giving an alternative look.

The hairstyle to accompany this clothing (images 7 to 10) is the Exile Zack in 'ash' from the LIGHT BLONDES set (designer: Kavar Cleanslate).

The pullover attachments have copy and modify permissions, and I have taken advantage of this by making copies of the rolled sleeves, reattaching the copies to the upper arms (instead of lower arms), and enlarging and repositioning them to create sleeves rolled at the elbow instead of at the wrist (see image 10).

For images 11 and 12, PeeWee is wearing the SG Tear Off chequer shirt, this time in red. The hairstyle is Exile Zack in 'garnet' from the WILD CARDS set (designer: Kavar Cleanslate).

Finally, in images 13 and 14, PeeWee is wearing the SG Summer white ribbed t-shirt (designer: Sasha Gopheller). The hairstyle is Exile Zack in 'brownsugar' from the DARK BROWNS set (designer: Kavar Cleanslate).
 


The shoes are Jeepers Creepers Scratch in 'Brown' by designer Eponymous Trenchmouth.

Location of images: Green and Wild Garden Centre.
 

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117. Atelier Bonetto outfit "The Player"
 


The Atelier Bonetto outfit The Player comprises dark green shirt, brown sleeveless pullover, and brown and white trousers in plaid/chequer fabric. The designer of the clothing is Pidria Bonetto.

In image 6, the Atelier shirt and pullover are replaced by a Capezo Tango Brown Muster shirt (designer: Johnny Norwood).

In image 7, on top of the Atelier shirt, PeeWee is wearing the New Babbage Pearse'd & Cut smoking jacket and cap (designer: Edward Pearse). The jacket has a separate belt attachment with flexi tails. The smoking cap has a black tassle.
 


PeeWee's skin is a new one not yet featured. It is the PK Kotaro, designer: Psycho Kondor.

The hairstyle is Exile Zack in 'coffee' (designer: Kavar Cleanslate). For wearing under the smoking cap (image 7), I made a copy of the hair and modified it to remove front parts which stuck through the cap. See previous item (no.116) for the full colour range of the Zack hairstyle.

The shoes are Jeepers Creepers Colbert dress shoes in 'Copper' by designer Eponymous Trenchmouth. PeeWee's pipe is Don Reginaldo Classic Briar Bent (designer: Reginaldo Rabeni).

Location of images: iTutu Cafe.
 

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118. Utopia "Michael Mustang Moka" suit
 


The Utopia Michael Mustang Moka suit pack comprises brown open jacket and trousers, with beige waistcoat, white shirt, scarves, tie, and white rose. The designer of the suit is saby Clary. The designer of the white rose which came in the suit pack is BabyDream Jun.

There are two different modes for wearing the suit - an "outdoor" look with jacket collar turned up and scarf, and an "indoor" look with collar down and no scarf.

The jacket is constructed from a base garment to which are added four attachments: the below-waist section which is flexi, the left and right jacket/shirt cuffs, and a collar/tie assembly. The collar/tie assembly (jacket collar + shirt collar + tie) comes in six versions. Four have upturned jacket collar with choice of four different flexi scarves. The other two have downturned jacket collar with a choice of fabric - either plain brown or fancy brown figured velvet described as "royal" in the inventory. The jacket cuffs are in two versions to match the collar fabric - plain brown or "royal".

In the first images, PeeWee is wearing the "outdoor" look with a fine scarf in beige stripes. In image 4, the "indoor" look is illustrated, with the jacket collar and cuffs in "royal" figured velvet. Images 5 to 8 show the four different scarves.
 


PeeWee's skin is a new one. It is the MB Bruno by designer Mirca Bekkers.

PeeWee's hairstyle is Bryce Designs Richard in 'Mist' by designer Bryce Tully. The shoes are INDI Designs O'Reilly Low Shoes in dark brown by designer Jamie Homer.

Location of images: Forest Feast.
 

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119. Utopia "Patrick Phuket" shirt and trousers and "Roger" shirts
 


The Utopia Patrick Phuket clothing set comprises shirt, two pairs of trousers, and sunglasses. The designer is saby Clary. The shirt is in brown sheer (see-through) fabric. It has attachments for collar, rolled sleeves and top pocket.

The first pair of trousers are brown Utopia Pyton made from a brown figured fabric - possibly velvet, and have turnup-attachments which can be seen in image 2. They have a right thigh pocket attachment. The second pair of trousers are beige and have a left thigh pocket attachment (see image 4).

The Utopia Roger shirts were bought as separate items and can be seen in images 5 to 8. They can be worn long or tucked and have attachments for rolled sleeves and collar. The Roger shirt in 'Gold' can be seen in images 5 and 6; the Roger shirt in 'Rose Wind' (a very attracive deep green) is worn in images 7 and 8.
 


PeeWee's new skin is the Ispachi Bjorn in 'Creme' by designer Diarmuid Miklos. As shown here, the hair is integral with the skin. An alternative bald version of the skin is provided for use with a prim hairstyle attachment.

PeeWee's shoes are Meriken Co Woo tan leather shoes by designer Yaszi Morington.

Location of images: Orange Tree Moonshine
 

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120. GizzA Creations "Summer Polo" outfit and other clothing
 


The GizzA Creations Summer Polo outfit, which can be seen in images 1 to 4, comprises blue polo shirt, blue trousers, and white running shoes. The shirt is worn long (on the jacket layer), and has attachments for collar and short rolled sleeves. The blue Flax trousers have lower leg attachments. The white shoes can be seen below left. The designer of the GizzA clothing is Giz Seorn.

In the remaining images (numbers 5 to 8) PeeWee is wearing a GizzA Dark Safari shirt in black. The shirt is available in other colours at the store. It has attachments for collar, shoulder straps, rolled sleeves and breast pcokets. Worn long in these pictures, the shirt is also provided in a tucked version in the pack.

To accompany the Dark Safari shirt, PeeWee is wearing GizzA Flax trousers in black (images 5 and 6) and the same trousers in cream (images 7 and 8). Other colours are available at the store.
 


PeeWee's new skin is the IC-skins Vidad-6 by designer Ina Centaur. The hairstyle is Bryce Designs Markey in 'Buff' by designer Bryce Tully.

Location of images: Cosmo - The Untroubled Sound
 

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