I seriously squeezed into this basque and I think I’ve cut off my circulation!
I love virtual dress up. I can wear anything I want and look like it slipped on with ease.
The beauty of virtuality is that the things you don’t do or can’t do in reality you certainly can do in the virtual realm. Believe me this basque would only fit my one arm!
If you want to be a size zero you can, likewise if you want to be a BBW you can. Become a furry, a horse, an innocent child or a vampire. The possibilities are endless.
As a man you can be a woman, as a woman you can be a man.
You can be able bodied when in reality you are not. Be 25 when you really are 70.
You can fall in love and find your soul mate. Get married and have a family.
Join a community and make new friends.
The possibilities are endless.
By the way I didn’t really squeeze too hard to get into this basque.
It’s called right click and add. Like magic it fits!!!
Innocence Lingerie from [Glitzz]
Gem eyes from Amara Beauty
Glam on eyeshadow from A R T E
Sweet gloss lipstick from A R T E
Charlotte hair from Analog Dog
Catya bento head from CATWA
Angel shape for the Catya head LizBitz
Lara mesh body Maitreya
Edie skin in 04 from Amara Beauty
Redlight backdrop from Exposeur
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Totally agree! Although there are *some* limits on what you can do with your avatar, namely your Linden Dollar balance, and low doorways (if you’re extra tall). And yes, I learnt about the latter one the hard way – ouch.
Thankfully, the sims where people might take offence at your presentation are few and far between, and vastly outnumbered by the many places that don’t give a hoot what you look like.
The only thing that your avatar can’t hide is your heart and mind. A good heart will always shine through even the simplest avatar, while no amount of accessories can overcome a black heart. Again, something I’ve learned from experience.
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Yes I’ve learnt the heart thing as well. Had mine certainly hurt and have had to learn that not all hearts beat good. But part of me is always to hope for it.