Avatars don’t need to bathe, but I still liked the idea of having a tub in my home. I don’t need a kitchen or a bedroom, but I have them, so why not a bathroom? I stumbled upon this Victoria Clawfoot Tub from Apple Fall and fell in love. I can’t remember the last time I bought any bathroom decor, so this tub is super special. The vintage design is gorgeous and the water is best water that I have ever seen in any tub in SL. The tub comes in two colors – Enamel and Iron. My room is very white, so I decided to use the Iron colored tub to add contrast.
Even though I love the tub, the animations included are not great. I tried the single poses, and all of them were bathing animations, not really suitable for still photography. I made my own poses for the photos above; it was super satisfying. I hate furniture with fidgeting animations with a passion.
Okay so…the other day I managed to take a whole batch of photos including the one you see here with Elle in her New Years Eve outfit she had been styling for weeks! Well not exactly weeks, and maybe actually, just a couple of hours – but that’s beside the point, LOL. But as luck would have it (or more than likely an ID10T error on Elle’s typist’s part) windows ate them all! Elle was traumatized and so beside herself, she just couldn’t push herself to try to take the photo again. Oddly enough, one was still in my recently viewed cached items, although, the file itself was gone! So what’s a disappointed and lazy fashion blogger to do? Use Snipit and take a photo of a photo woot!
Anyway, I had tons of fun with this photo – from styling Elle to building the little set. There are so many wonderful little knickknacks in SL now that I think building sets might be a thing for me going forward. Details on the items used in this photo along with Elle’s outfit can be found below. For now…I am out peeps – so in the meantime, take care my friends and have a great Second Life!