I wanted to give each shoe from Gos Boutique it’s own special post.
I’m pleased with the results.
The Bordello line is sexy, and dynamic. This shoe is Rock Chic. I think they are super sexy and can be worn any way that you choose – you can dress them up or down or with nothing at all. There is also a special version of this shoe that 100% of the proceeds will go to the chosen charity Soles4Souls.
The fat pack which sells for 2499L gives you a variety of options but at 595L per pair that is such a value too!
To find out even more about the shoes and to get a direct slurl to the event check this out: http://blog.gosboutique.com/?p=2210
(poses from Del May – chairs from art dummy – hair from Epoque.)
I was one of the 20 lucky bloggers chosen by a draw to attend the The Fourth Annual Second Life Shoe Fair which opens today at 12SLT and runs through May the 27th.
The theme of the Shoe Fair this year is Minimalism and it is perfectly executed by Tya Fallingbridge of Pixel Mode. I experienced little to no lag from the build and was able to walk around fairly quickly looking for the stores of my interest. The stores are compact and easy to navigate and things loaded for me fairly quickly.
The Shoe Fair is also sponsoring a Charity, the same as last year which is the Soles4Souls charity which has a simple concept: “we procure shoes and get them to those in need.” To me shoes are something we put on every day, and perhaps if we have them we take for granted that others might not have them and by supporting this event your donation could mean the world to someone else.
The Shoe Fair is not just limited to shoes this year as you can find other favorite stores that you know and love. If you are looking for a full list of vendors go here for the list.