Tu eres my rayo de sol Leah
This sunny and energetic gown, Sol de Mayo, is made by Joy Fellini, co-designed with Leah McCullough, as the national costume representing Uruguay, for Leah, at the finale of MVW 2013. The meaning of the gown is “The sun shines above us”. Leah relates all this to the sun on the Uruguayan’s flag and that when the sun shines the Uruguayan can do amazing things, and that all their dreams will come true by sharing, being passionate, humble, and working hard.
The meaning of this gown is just inspiring and meaningful and it is really a true honour to own a copy of it.
I paired the gown with a crown from ToKid and the Carina headpiece from Solidea Folies for a fairy like look.
Today, I have also put on the best ever Christmas gift I have received, a new skin called Liu from Glance, from a wonderful friend. When I put on the skin, I was shocked. I thought my avi looks like myself in real life and when I examined it further, I realised my shape combined with the skin has alot of realistic and great features of a Southeast Asian with Chinese heritage i.e. the black thick brows, round nose, cherry lips (love those lips) and etc. My photo above doesn’t quite do justice to the skin because of the lighthings. I will blog this skin again with a closer faceshot when I have the chance.
Til then, want to be the sunshine? Make sure you picked up Sol de Mayo at Fellini today.
The rest of the LM here!
Hair: [LeLutka]-EFFECT hair – Bournville
Headpiece 1: (TokiD) Fairy tales crown (cream) – tinted
Headpiece 2: *SoliDea FoliEs* Carina /white – headpiece
Gown: Fellini Couture- Sol de Mayo
Eyeshadows: *Glance Skins – Liu – Milk – Eyeshadow 03
Lipstick: *Glance Skins – Liu – Milk – Matte 07
Pose: Di’s Opera
Location: Just Visiting