Monday, August 29, 2011

Sultry Seamstress goodies


This Monday I'm happy to introduce the Sultry Seamstress line.  This line of lingerie has been requested in the past and now I've packaged them for customers.  Each package comes with a set of undergarments, stockings, and gloves.  That's the standard set.  Now there are additions to different sets as far as having an extra pair of stockings or gloves.  But really you'll have to buy a set to see what all is in it besides the basics.

Most of these undergarments (or unmentionables as I have called them) have been in released in the past with gowns.  However I don't often show the undergarments that go with a dress or gown!  So a lot of ladies don't find out about them until they have them.  I think this is a nice option for those who just want the lingerie.  Having said all that, may I introduce the Sultry Seamstress line in no particular order, though I do have a couple of favorites!

These will be up on Second Life Marketplace in a day or so.  In the meantime, you can find them in Second Life at the Rosewood main store, or at the Carrington at Seraph City, or upstairs at New Toulouse.  Those are all in the picks in my profile if you need a landmark.

There will be more released in the later genres of the 1920s and 1930s in the weeks to come. 

Take care!

Cordially yours,

Tuesday, August 2, 2011

Several New Releases!


Curious Seamstress has 6 new releases for the past two weeks.  I was lagging a little and didn't post the new releases last Monday.  So today, you get all 6 of them.  Let's start with the Edwardians, both day suits.

This is based on a Jeanne Paquin day suit.  The hat is included and period as well!  Ok and it made me giggle to make it!

This is a period yachting or sailor dress.  Very nautical!

Next up, the 1920s!  Two day dresses . . . one a sailor dress!

For that day time garden party or outing, anything that you wish to use it for!  Two hats included, as well as shoes.

Another sailor dress, this time from the 1920s!  There are two sets of stockings and the hat and collar are mod.  Shoes textured to match the skirt are included as well.

And last but never least, Sea Pearl swimsuits!

1960s A Go-go lime green play suit, bathing suit, and really just all round fun outfit! 

A 1940s swimsuit.  This one is very pretty in person!

And that's it for this week.  Most of these are up on Marketplace now.  If the darn thing will co-operate, I should have the rest up very soon.  Barring that, you will find these available at the main store of Rosewood or appropriate era stores like the Carrington in Seraph City or New Toulouse or New Chicago or New Berlin or New Babbage . . . yes, the Curious Seamstress does get around! 

Until next time, I wish you wonderful mid-summer dreams!

Cordially yours,