Shirt: *Valiant* Longer Racing White V-tee (only 225L)
Jeans: Calypso Giano
Location: Doll City, of course
I may not know much about the wide world of SL fashion, but I do know what I like. There are three factors that determine whether I like something enough to wear it everyday until I find something new or am told at gunpoint to change my clothes, which more often than not, it’s the latter. 1. Does it look good? 2. Is it reasonably priced? 3. Have I seen five people within a week wearing it or blogging it? Pretty much everything from *Valiant* fits those three requirements. It does look good. It is reasonably priced. C’mon, an entire suit for only 250L! And no, I haven’t seen five other people wearing it or blogging it within this week. So, I give *Valiant* two thumbs up and a teabag for good measure.
Next up on my blogging agenda. The very talented and wee Keeley Huet recently rocked out with her, yeah, you get the picture, with her partner Geo. There was very much rockage (no Freebird, but a promise for some next time!) in the house when they took the stage to perform at the Santir Art & Music Center in Ambrosius. Actually, they just wrapped their set up two minutes ago and I was so stoked that I had to blog it immediately. Here is a poorly shot photo that I took.
The photo, in no way, represents the massive amounts of rockage that occured, because like I said, it isn’t one of my best shots. I like the stand-out song for me had to be their cover of “Creep” from Radiohead. They also belted out a fantastic slower version of Hot Chip’s “Ready for the Floor”, Rhianna’s “Umbrella” and many, many more. As a rule, I like most cover bands. Call me crazy, but a cover band is an homage to a lot of great music. Once in awhile, Bho and I will check out our local cover band, Yummy, at the local bar and they’re really good. However, they aren’t kicking huge amounts of ass on Second Life, are they? No, they’re not. Therefore, they didn’t get to be in my blog. Keeley (sorry, I forgot the name of your alt that you used) and Geo did an incredible job and I highly recommend everyone check them out at their next gig.
Third on the Twisted agenda for the day: I made my first sculptie tree. It was a pain in the ass, but I think it turned out alright. If you like it, feel free to buy it. If you don’t like it, that’s okay, too.
Thus ends another day in the life of Twisted Vendetta. Have a good night.