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Faida & Fallen Gods at the Fantasy Gacha Carnival!

Gwyneth:

Gwyneth:

A few times a year, there is in a far off Realm an event called the Fantasy Gacha Carnival. This Carnival lasts for about a month, and some of the finest wares one can imagine are to be found there. There’s only one catch: you have to gamble for them.

Now, I have never been much of a gambler, but when it comes to  dresses from my favourite designers, I admit I’m a complete sucker and will go in there with the rest of the punters. Luckily, I attend these events in disguise, though Wulfrich always insists upon a small security detail, as if any one of the beings from the various Realms represented there among both merchants and customers will recognise me and realise they could kidnap a Fae Queen if they played their cards right. I’ve never even seen anyone get kidnapped from one of these Carnivals. Then again, I’ve never taken Aoibheann to one.

Each item comes in both Common and Rare varieties, and it's possible to purchase a number of the same items.

Each item comes in both Common and Rare varieties, and it’s possible to purchase a number of the same items.

Each Item comes in both Common and Rare varieties, and it’s possible to purchase a number of the same items. When this happens to me, of course, I have a number of friends and charities to which the various items can go. This round, Fallen Gods teamed up with Faida and made a set of beautiful dresses. Above, you can see me wearing each of the Common varieties of the dress. This is about as close to casual as my public wardrobe gets these days, and one reason I love these dresses is I’ll be able to throw one on no matter what season it is and still look like a Queen.

Here are the Rare dresses.

Here are the Rare dresses.

Here I am wearing the Rare dresses. Both are beautiful, but in my opinion the white is simply stunning. Then again, I have always liked white, and I’ve aways liked poetry, so how could they possibly have gone wrong with me on this one?

The dress is called Poesia, and the various colours have different designations. Poesia, of course, means “poetry” in Italian, and there are four designations of dresses: del Fiori, “of the flowers,” Silvana, “of the forest,” della Notte, “of the night,” and del Cuore, “of the heart”. And so there will be beautiful dresses for half the women in Faerie this year, because I love all these dresses and I couldn’t leave the Carnival without a complete set!

Style Cards:

Top Photo:
Body: Maitreya
Hands and Feet: SLink
Skin: Fallen Gods, Eden, Pure (Now back home at the Fallen Gods Main Store!)
Dresses: Faida & Fallen Gods, Poesia, in (top row) del Fiori, Azure; del Fiori, Orange; Silvana, Forest; Silvana, Laguna; Silvana, Terra; (bottom row) del Notte, Black; del Notte, Royale; del Notte, Silver; del Cuore, Purple; del Cuore, Red (available at the Fantasy Gacha Carnival!)
Circlets: Kibitz, Crown in various colours (from a previous Fantasy Gacha Carnival)
Shoes: Junbug, Valkyrie Sandals in various colours (from a previous gacha event)
Hair: Elikatira, Lalora (available at the current We Love Roleplay Round)
Ballroom: The Looking Glass, Enchanted Ballroom
Moons & Stars: Refined Wild, Nightly Netting

Bottom Photo:
Body: Maitreya
Hands and Feet: SLink
Skin: Fallen Gods, Eden, Pure (Now back home at the Fallen Gods Main Store!)
Dresses: Faida & Fallen Gods, Poesia, RARE, in colours: del Fiori, Rose; and del Cuore, White (available at the Fantasy Gacha Carnival!)
Circlets: Kibitz, Crown in various colours (from a previous Fantasy Gacha Carnival)
Shoes: Junbug, Valkyrie Sandals in various colours (from a previous gacha event)
Hair: Elikatira, Lalora (available at the current We Love Roleplay Round)
Ballroom: The Looking Glass, Enchanted Ballroom
Moons & Stars: Refined Wild, Nightly Netting

Spiffy photos taken with the indispensible aid of my LumiPro. I never leave home without it!

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