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4 minutes ago, FairreLilette said:

They've been mentioned:  Tres Blah, Ison, Neve are one's I've used.  Tres Blah is a favorite.  Giz Seorn perhaps too.

I want to look like a trollop...I just don't know where I can actually wear trollop clothing too.  

People wear it EVERYWHERE.  Nothing worse than tping into a shopping event and seeing things I don't even see in a lot of adult areas.  No one needs it all hanging out while shopping.  Throw on a trench coat, ffs!  Although, I do see the appeal of possibly wearing a BOM swim suit so you can try on things while you're there  but I always take my stuff home so as not to clog up busy events.

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BIG THANKS to everyone for the fun recommendations! Here is a list of them with a link. Happy shopping! 🙂 Thalia Heckroth   http://maps.secondlife.com/secondlife/Fingal/128/87/24 ISON  http://ma

Did you know studies indicate that women actually more often dress and accessorize to compete with one another even more than for attracting the opposite sex? Although you may have to take it wit

There's COCO by cocoro Lemon:   S@BBiA by Jury Gothly has some modest offerings:

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2 minutes ago, RowanMinx said:

People wear it EVERYWHERE.  Nothing worse than tping into a shopping event and seeing things I don't even see in a lot of adult areas.  No one needs it all hanging out while shopping.  Throw on a trench coat, ffs!  Although, I do see the appeal of possibly wearing a BOM swim suit so you can try on things while you're there  but I always take my stuff home so as not to clog up busy events.

Are you sure I can wear it?  I mean I want shorts that are not much bigger than a thong so my butt is kind of hanging out, you know, and I'm not so sure I can wear that tiny of shorts anywhere?  Plus I want to wear all the stockings and garters and totally floosy out.

Now in Los Angeles, we have or had a Club Lingerie.  They don't even have a Club Lingerie here.  They should.  I do not want an internet relationship though.  My trollop clothing is just because I love lingerie in real life and can't wear that stuff in real life, it's too expensive right now for stuff I don't need in real life.  

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43 minutes ago, Scylla Rhiadra said:

It would be an odd look for you, but whatever floats your boat?

LOL  No, not as a Dinkie cat.  But my Dinkie does have one kind of different outfit, it's a mini skirt and a mini top but it's cute not floosy.  

I want mega risque but I don't think it's allowed on most "regular" clubs.  BDSM maybe.  But, just last week I looked up in the Destination Guide ADULT and there was no one there.  It was empty.  So, I didn't buy the floosy stuff yet.  I'm just honestly not sure where to wear it. 

I am not interested in any kind of an internet relationship other than friends, however, so a BDSM club doesn't sound right for me.  I want something a little more light-hearted and a Club Lingerie is a good idea for SL, I think.  But, I would never spend 300 dollars a month for a club.  I'm not a rich person.  If I won the lottery maybe.  

Carry on with the "clothing for the rest of us" thread.  It's there.  You just have to look.

My first SL, I was Stevie Nicks.  I found all sorts of beautiful clothing for my Stevie Nicks avatar.  

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BIG THANKS to everyone for the fun recommendations! Here is a list of them with a link. Happy shopping! 🙂

Thalia Heckroth   http://maps.secondlife.com/secondlife/Fingal/128/87/24
ISON  http://maps.secondlife.com/secondlife/ISON/181/190/38
Coco Designs   http://maps.secondlife.com/secondlife/COCO DESIGNS/217/72/21
S@BBiA   http://maps.secondlife.com/secondlife/Manduca/134/225/600
Neve   http://maps.secondlife.com/secondlife/Neve/127/161/24
fd (fashionably dead) http://maps.secondlife.com/secondlife/Lula/219/127/23
Tetra   http://maps.secondlife.com/secondlife/TETRA Store/128/127/1300
Aphorism    http://maps.secondlife.com/secondlife/TMD/184/180/22
Just Because   http://maps.secondlife.com/secondlife/JustBecause/129/113/23
Tres Blah   http://maps.secondlife.com/secondlife/Lula/132/186/25
Valentina E     http://maps.secondlife.com/secondlife/Vespertine/207/132/281
The Secret Store    http://maps.secondlife.com/secondlife/Polvi/150/129/37
Hilly Haalan    http://maps.secondlife.com/secondlife/Chronos/136/127/23
Orquidea   http://maps.secondlife.com/secondlife/Tihuta/90/144/1802
Izzies    http://maps.secondlife.com/secondlife/Izzies/111/123/32
AlaskaMetro   http://maps.secondlife.com/secondlife/Imogen/208/66/21
Giz Seorn   http://maps.secondlife.com/secondlife/GIZ SEORN/163/118/72
Pixicat   http://maps.secondlife.com/secondlife/Nouveaux/88/44/23
Cheezu   http://maps.secondlife.com/secondlife/Chu Chu/111/142/27
Belle Epoque   http://maps.secondlife.com/secondlife/Wild Willows/162/126/11
Ingenue   http://maps.secondlife.com/secondlife/Love Island/184/58/23
Reign   http://maps.secondlife.com/secondlife/Yesterday/61/131/24
Baby Monkey   http://maps.secondlife.com/secondlife/Keraxic/40/193/32
Virtue    http://maps.secondlife.com/secondlife/Serena Solace/61/197/1222

 

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50 minutes ago, Tarina Sewell said:

well, this quickly turned into an advertising thread... lol

Well, there are 24 stores listed here -- and interestingly, the two biggest names in women's fashion aren't to be found on it.

So, not really advertising, so much as a guide.

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4 hours ago, Scylla Rhiadra said:

Well, there are 24 stores listed here -- and interestingly, the two biggest names in women's fashion aren't to be found on it.

So, not really advertising, so much as a guide.

I have "talked around" but not mentioned Blueberry by name. A good place for jeans, and when you will have a gown. One thing that I dislike is when their pants lining dip down to mons pubis. But by looking I found a type pants that's more natural. I can say it's from the "Unbothered" set. I am going to use the store credit on 2 pants. Two great items to my autumn wardrobe for free.

Plus Addams. There, we have 2 of the big names. I got some things for free in Halloween Shop'n Hop, when using Store Credit.

The last big name, is it almost impossible to find the type clothes that's asked for here. A gown, maybe. I will not talk them down, they are super generous and have a wall of group gifts. I almost never use them because I have become a more conservative dresser.

Dressing in mesh and combining parts from different stores, and even the same store in different set, is hard. We can always use a BoM shirt, but I wish there was mesh tops that had "tucked in" versions. If they tapered in at the bottom, maybe it was easier to fit them in pants.

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I mostly wear very provocative and visual kei-style clothing on SL but my favorite boutique for more conservative and “normal” looking clothes has always been {amiable} by Nodoka Vella. Normal yet super stylish and feminine, I love all her full length skirts and maxi dresses. She also makes some of the highest quality traditional non-perverse looking kimonos.

Flickr https://www.flickr.com/photos/nodoka_happy/

Mainstore https://maps.secondlife.com/secondlife/Loki/125/13/28

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On 10/7/2020 at 11:54 AM, FairreLilette said:

They don't even have a Club Lingerie here.

One time when looking for stockings, I ran across a place that sold stockings and lingerie on the ground floor and had what appeared to be a stockings and lingerie themed D/s club upstairs.  So, it's been done at least once.

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21 hours ago, Scylla Rhiadra said:

Well, there are 24 stores listed here -- and interestingly, the two biggest names in women's fashion aren't to be found on it.

So, not really advertising, so much as a guide.

I do not understand what not having big names has to do with it...   There are direct links to these stores on MP, so it is advertising..  ; )

Also, I was teasing...

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1 hour ago, Tarina Sewell said:

I do not understand what not having big names has to do with it...   There are direct links to these stores on MP, so it is advertising..  ; )

Also, I was teasing...

S'ok, Tarina -- I wasn't trying to slap you down. I was just offering a slightly different view of it. ☺️

And yes, strictly speaking, advertising is advertising. But I feel, personally, a lot better about getting the word out about smaller stores than I do about promoting the big ones that don't need my help. (Although, some of the stores on this list aren't exactly mom-and-pop businesses either.)

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17 hours ago, Marianne Little said:

but I wish there was mesh tops that had "tucked in" versions. If they tapered in at the bottom, maybe it was easier to fit them in pants.

Blueberry or Addam's has some of those tucked in shirts.  I like them a lot.  Teefy has some too.  But, I think you mean all tops had a tucked in version.  That's a lot of work.  It's a lot of work to make all these things.  

 

17 hours ago, Marianne Little said:

The last big name, is it almost impossible to find the type clothes that's asked for here. A gown, maybe. I will not talk them down, they are super generous and have a wall of group gifts. 

The last big name.  Wonders who you mean because I don't know.  To me there are only two big names and you mentioned them - Blueberry and Addam's.  

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16 minutes ago, Scylla Rhiadra said:

Wow.

Didn't know this brand at all. Very cool.

I've only heard this brand go by the name of David Heather.  David Heather is extremely popular in the Gacha Community.   It is cool, that's for sure.  

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1 minute ago, RowanMinx said:

It's David Heather.  He usually has on outfit at the bigger shopping events.

Ha!  We posted at the same time.  Yes, like I said, he's very popular with the Gacha crowd inworld.  As much as people either love or hate Gacha, I love it and it's a way to see a lot of designers whilst going Gacha shopping inworld for an afternoon.  

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3 minutes ago, RowanMinx said:

It's David Heather.  He usually has on outfit at the bigger shopping events.

 

4 minutes ago, FairreLilette said:

I've only heard this brand go by the name of David Heather.  David Heather is extremely popular in the Gacha Community.   It is cool, that's for sure.  

I tend not to do events, and I avoid gachas, so that might explain my ignorance.

Some of this stuff is amazing. The men's clothing is . . . wow. I wish I knew men who'd wear this stuff.

I'm not sure I could pull off some of these outfits . . . but I'd like to try!

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Is there any limit to how conservative clothing can be? Just curious, if someone were super worried about showing off their digital navel,  would they wear a digital robe that covered their entire face and body? Asking for that other part of the rest of them.

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9 hours ago, FairreLilette said:

Blueberry or Addam's has some of those tucked in shirts.  I like them a lot.  Teefy has some too.  But, I think you mean all tops had a tucked in version.  That's a lot of work.  It's a lot of work to make all these things.  

 

The last big name.  Wonders who you mean because I don't know.  To me there are only two big names and you mentioned them - Blueberry and Addam's.  

They have over 97 000 members, lots of events, a wall of group gifts and no matter when I am there, it is many people in the store. I will say that Scandalize is big. Most of the time it cost 100 L to join, so it isn't even a free group. (They have some periods when they announce the group is free to join)

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1 hour ago, Evah Baxton said:

Is there any limit to how conservative clothing can be? Just curious, if someone were super worried about showing off their digital navel,  would they wear a digital robe that covered their entire face and body? Asking for that other part of the rest of them.

sunnys, mask, baggies and hoodie with my sleeves pulled done over my hands so I don't get touchy cooties

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annnd underneath, bodysuit plus tights layers and a total full avatar alpha just in case derender perv😺

 

 

 

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