So…I was gonna do a ‘how to use a reflector’ post…but I realized that there are plenty of people who have already explained how to use a reflector and my explanations were…umm…not very stellar.
So you get the fun of looking it up and figuring it out yourself! 😉
Anyway, back to today’s post! 🙂
Ms. Lissie will be modeling Addy’s Beforever School Outfit in this photo shoot for 2D10 (2 Dolls 1 Outfit). She is not wearing the Crinoline and Chemise underneath.
Then, Becca will be wearing this same lovely dress–with the Crinoline and Chemise!
I resized all of these.
This outfit comes with 4 pieces: Blouse, Skirt, and 2 hair bows, shown above.
I think it would’ve been neat to have an actual white blouse separately underneath that could be used to mix and match.
The fabric feels pretty nice/of good quality.
The outfit fits my slightly plumper Pleasant Co. Felicity pretty well due to the fact that it’s meant to be worn over the Crinoline and Chemise.
Right after I took this poor Lissie fell 8-10 feet into a bunch of damp pine needles!
She’s tough, though. A little brushing off of the assorted bugs, leaves, and needles…and we were back to our photo shoot. 🙂
I love how the pine needles set off her pretty hair. ❤
Because she’s such an old doll, her wig is on the thin side, which is why I don’t put it into many different styles.
The light can sure change fast!
Okay, now it’s Becca’s turn:
Becca is wearing the Crinoline and Chemise underneath. 🙂
Messy curls. 😛
My Becca has such dark hazel eyes. :-0
No hair ribbons, sorry. 🙂 I didn’t feel like messing with them.
Look at that full skirt!
Ooh…I wonder where that pink came from? There’s no way it’s me photobombing… 😉
The hazel is so intense that her eyes look brown sometimes.
Pretty tree bark. 🙂
Here’s a few extra, just for fun:
So…who is your pick? Lissie or Becca?
*sigh* As mentioned earlier, I resized all of these. Did I do something wrong? They’re so grainy. On my computer screen they’re beautifully crisp, and oh! I want you, my lovely reader, to be able to see them like that.
With prayers for all those dealing with the hurricanes,