Blanche's Randomity from Blanche Foxclaw is a very well-named SL fashion blog, because it is definitely a cornucopia of random scenes, each pretty unique and impressive, and there's just dozens and dozens. This screencap above is just a tiny sample: Go to her homepage, click on a thumbnail for the embiggened image and credits for each item.
I would like to feature some entries here on New World Notes, so post your entry links in Comments. Bonus points if your avatar is dressed in Mad Max: Fury Road-themed formal wear and/or calls out the #Oscarsowhite controversy. Because far as I'm concerned, that was the only truly great movie that's been nominated, and the racism flare-up is the only thing worth watching the Oscars for. (But that's just me, or maybe not.)
I’ve charted our most recent Blogging Second Life statistics and can share that 86.8% focus on Second Life fashion. The total number of blogs in the list are 1,680...Long-term readers of this SL Blogger Support may recall seeing similar numbers in March 2015, which showed similar proportions. At that time, nearly 87% of Second Life blogs in our database were about fashion, with 1,308 blogs listed at the time.
Not sure all of them are still monthly active SL blogs (i.e. with at least one new post in the last month), but that's a staggering number. Also, back in 2009, here's how many SL blogs were counted:
Interesting Potatoes by "littabit" is among the most artful Second Life fashion blogs I've ever seen, full of wry imagery and ironic juxtapositions and commentary. It's still an SL fashion blog, with links to all the items featured in each pic, but just about each pic could also be bought, framed, and sold in a Highland Park hipster art boutique. Go here to peruse.
I love this new SL fashion blog post by Brie Wonder and I'll tell you why: Where most SL fashion tends toward the fantastic or at least idealized (which is fine, but can get to be monotonous), Brie devotes her talents to creating a moment that could be taken from an indie movie, one of those slovenly types where twentysomethings slum it in shabby apartments, yet somehow still seem glam. Note the slouchy postures, the old couch. Morbidly ironic t-shirts. Emo expressions! Discarded juice bottles!