- "How she looks like" — @laisoca123
- "Dress" — @laisoca123
1950s painterly printed party dress. Sleeveless aqua hue with a print of flowers and grass in purple, green, and black. Asymmetric high neck with a fitted bodice. Decorative self-fabric buttons down right side of bodice. Full pleated skirt. Bow at waist with pearl bead and rhinestones. Back metal zipper. Made of rayon faille. Would best fit a small. Measurements: bust: 34" waist: 26" hip: free length: 42" Era: 50s Condition: Very good. Discoloration to underarms and some of the buttons. ••INTERNATIONAL BUYERS please note: this item will be sent via priority mail. If you would like another option, please convo before purchasing.•• all images © please do not use without permission.
- "Shoes" — @laisoca123
Vivienne Westwood Anglomania x Melissa – Pearl Skyscraper, womens pearly white high heel shoes with a concealed 1.5cm platform sole and 10cm heel. Plastic.
- "Necklace" — @laisoca123
Beaded pearl detail. Printed lining detail. Hook and eye fastening. Care Information: Do not wash. Fabric Details: Main: 100% Polyester; Beads: 100% Resin; Lining: 100% Cotton.
- "Ring" — @laisoca123
Butterfly ring in 18K yellow gold and white freshwater pearls Seen both as a natural material and a cultural concept the pearl is full of inherent contradictions. Historically, lives have been risked in its harvest - yet the purity of its surface's light reflecting qualities, is a wholesome reminder of an untainted and resilient life. Once uncovered from its caging shell, the pearl is a symbol of youthful innocence and ageing wisdom, of delicacy and endurance, of life and death. From its very elemental nature that renders it the only organic precious stone, to its culturally invested status as a symbol of power and wealth, it has long since adorned the bodies of women around the world. It is this mystic quality of the pearl that Melanie Georgacopoulos' work sets to recapture. Disengaging the concept from the aesthetic and symbolic confines of the classic pearl necklace, Melanie sets to reinvest the material with modern meanings far removed from tradition. All the pieces are lovingly handmade to the highest quality in her London studio.
- "Hair" — @laisoca123
- "Make up" — @laisoca123
Contributor: Tina – The Fancy Face Products Used: (all MAC unless noted) Eyes: MAC Otherworldy Paintpot (light aqua) – base on lid MAC Aquavert Eyeshadow (frosty mint) - inner 1/3 of lid MAC Cool Heat Eyeshadow (frosty teal) - middle 1/3 of lid MAC Climate Blue Eyeshadow (mid-tone violet blue with pink pearl) - outer [...]