Something Glamorous This Way Comes

…and just in time for Halloween.  Dear friend and uber talented fashion designer Misteria Loon has crafted a new release, a bewitching gown that she calls “Halloween Spider.”   It may be made up almost entirely of this incredibly intricate webbing (look at the incredible back detail in the photo above) but when you wear it, you will feel spiritedly glamorous in it.  Within my ever-burgeoning inventory, I found the perfect hair, leg wear, and skin to pair with this otherworldly creation, which casts a magical story that you can feel in your bones the second you wear this creation.  Misty’s “Halloween Spider” comes with the arm bands of webbing (shown in the first and second photos), two skirt options (short and long), and the torso webbing, along with the shirt and pants.

Please know upfront my photos were taken in a series of different windlight settings and just about all of them near the midnight hour. The gorgeous webbing detail of the gown doesn’t glow this fiercely in daylight. And the “Lilith” skin is very pale with a white coloration to the face makeup.  I chose the moodier windlight settings simply to reflect the spirit of the season.  Get your season spirit here:

Fashion Details

  • Gown:  “Halloween Spider” by Misteria Loon, creator of Pas De Deux fashion
  • Hair:  “Irena” in white by Vitabela Dubrovna, creator of Vita’s Boudoir
  • Legwear:  from the “Fly home” ensemble by Eshi Otawara , creator Eshi Otawara
  • Skin:  “Lilith Lady Midnight” by Fade Lei, creator of Ugly Duck skins

Published by Michele Hyacinth

A child in the wild blue yonder...full blooded woman with the power just to be. ~ John Haitt

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