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Friday, September 15, 2017


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Stupidly many female clothing designers are giving up making clothes for curved bodies already in existence. Apparently they want to FORCE the market to use avatars in the style of a Victoria Secret girl (unreal women who represent perhaps 3% of the world's women's population). They should continue to create clothing for curved bodies, they are neglecting a very important market of consumers, in the long run an unattended segment does damage to the SL economy.

Nightbird Glineux

I'm working on coming back to SL and on my first time back I went to Xme Xue's store, courtesy of the ads on NWN. I also looked at the page at SL Marketplace.

I think the vendor needs to have better poses of the shapes in the pictures, maybe one or two pics that might be less stylish and more WYSIWYG? I'd also like to see heights consistently listed as I prefer a shorter (but not tiny) avi.

The pics for Playa are pretty good, figure-hugging where it matters, and no sunglasses to obscure the face. I might be buying this shape.

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