Trials of Eyeliner

Comes across all shy and coy, just another nancy boy

Today we’re diving back into the vaults of the ever insane inventory for everything but the jacket, shirt and tie which, conveniently enough, is one new item from a store that continues to grab my attention every time I think its waned.

Yes, the broken record of Aitui has returned with a diamond needle, so lets hope I don’t skip a groove.

I’ve extolled the virtues of Aitui many times before and once more they do not fail to impress. In this uneditted image, you can easily see the highlights and depth to the mesh jacket and shirt alike. My wrinkle fetish and I are so very happy with this jacket- like all of the other jackets I’ve purchased from Aitui.

As a brief sidebar, when I was in the store today, I noticed a little sign up next to a few of their recent jacket releases that there was a critical update for those who purchased the item before May 7th, 2013. If you have- dash thyself to the mainstore and use the redelivery terminal or click the update box in front of the item you bought.

As usual with Aitui, slider queens need not apply. Only available in XS, S and M, the jacket does make me look much slimmer than I am in reality- especialy in the arm department. If I had to find a complaint, which mind you is stretching the truth a touch, it would be the minor annoyance that I lose my shape in the clothing. But that has less to do with Aitui’s design and mostly due to with the fact Mesh doesn’t mold to your shape but to your skeleton.

*cough*liquid*deformer*cough*

I coupled the jacket with the white leather mesh trousers from *X*Plosion that I love so much. The wrinkles as much as the style just, pardon the pun, meshed with the jacket and worked. Throw in a pair of distressed boots and some sunglasses and I feel like a jaded fashion critic in his pretty little chair completely uneffected by the world around him.

I rounded out the whole thing with further Mandala love since I hadn’t had a chance to wear the choker yet. Made for women, the choker is modifiable via menu script like all Mandala accessories. It just fit my neck before starting to feel too big. I love the intricate detail of the cords and how they sort of meander around the throat casually. So remember men! Don’t let the fact an item is made for a woman always stop you if it fits your style!

I almost went looking for an Andy Warhol wig with this outfit. No one did blase’ like the Master. Then again, he was so high most of the time it was probably just a lack of the ability to string together a complete sentence while looking at people with 3 heads, 7 limbs and a fish hanging out of their mouths.

Soupcans. I mean, really.

Toodles,
-N

Credits:

Hair: Sadistic Hacker – Magnoria – II
Glasses: [Gos] – Custom Eyewear – SCT Loaded
Skin: Fruk – Jeremy – Shade 2
Jacket/Shirt/Tie: Aitui Clothing Factory – Iceland Black
Choker: Mandala – Milky Way Choker – Black (For Women)
Rings: Rozoregalia – Ring & Nail 1
Jeans: *X*Plosion X*Bolt Mesh Pants – White Leather
Boots: **DECO – Lumbermine Boots – Black
Chair (with pose) & Candle – Fallen Gods – Libertine

3 thoughts on “Higher Than A Soupcan

  1. Lisa Fossett says:

    Shamelessly drools all over the keyboard.

    1. I knew I kept these wetnaps for a reason!

  2. aryanna001 says:

    I still think I have that Campbell’s outfit in my inventory somewhere. Soup cans indeed. Pardon my pun, but the look is Mmm, Mmm Good!

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