Tenue du jour / Outfit of the day: “Indi Designs,” “JCS”…

Ben Vanguard | - Tenue/Outfit, Casual, Printemps-Eté / Spring-Summer, Semi-Casual | Sunday, April 5th, 2009

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Style, Photography: Ben Vanguard

More pictures, Review and Credits after the jump!

[Click on the picture to enlarge] Indy Designs Henry (b): two hats are offered in each color pack.

[Click on the picture to enlarge] Indy Designs Henry (b): several of the many available options.

Indy Designs Henry (b): several of the many available options.

“Henry” by Indi Designs (Jamie Holmer) is a complete outfit including 2 vests (open and closed) on the jacket layer, one pair of pants on the pants layer, a beige shirt in long and short sleeved versions, a white shirt with long sleeves and a tie, a white shirt with short sleeves, and a blue striped shirt with tie, all shirts on the shirt layer, plus two hats and a scarf. Oh wait, I was about to forget a pair of shorts on the underpants layer. I just miss complements on the underpants layers to allow another par of pants, possibly low rise. I’m showing you some combinations with the blue version of “Henry.” A “brown” version is available, with brown pants and vests. Everything is moddable, nicely textured, showing nice finish. This generous pack will make you build up to 10 different looks and more with the accesories, for a mere 430 Lindens. Simply a steal! Everything is moddable and copy-no transfer.

Quality: 4/5 - Style-Originality: 4/5 - Usability (different layers, modify perms, amount of outfits put together with a single pack): 4.5/5 - Price: 5/5 - Value for money: 4.5/5

Hoorenbeek “Royal Watch” has already been shown on slmen, but I maybe didn’t focus on the whole range of benefits it offers. First, it gives times; second, you can set your time zone; third, it comes in gold, platinum, or gold and platinum version, each of them offering a sophisticated script driven by menu allowing the resizing of the watch, but also the color changing of the bezel and of the dial. It offers a 100% prim work showing very realistic details. As usual at Hoorenbeek, you can choose between copy or transfer versions of the item. Know that you can order an engraved back version of the watch for a gift, for example.

Quality: 4/5 - Style-Originality: 4/5 - Usability (different layers, modify perms, amount of outfits put together with a single pack…): 4/5 - Price: 2/5 - Value for money: 3.5/5

Also showing:
One of the “partner rings” from Guillaume pour homme, coming in a pack of two similar rings, one for you, one for your partner, thoughtful idea! Also the “Scratch” shoes in sand from JCS, now in a version with resize script, not the newest but still unique, and my favorite skin of the moment, PXL Creations Jude.


• Gilet, Chemise, Pantalon, Chapeau / Vest, Shirt, Pants, Hat:
INDI Designs - Henry (b) (430 Lindens, Perms: M/C/NT),
@ Indi Designs [Designer & Address]

• Souliers / Shoes:
Scratch - Sand (350 Lindens/color, 1000 Lindens/pak of 4 colors, Perms: NM/C/NT or NM/NC/T, resize script),
@ JCS [Designer & Address]

• Bague / Ring:
Mhaijik Gold Etched Partner Ring III (200 Lindens/set of two, Perms: M/NC/T),
@ Guillaume pour homme [Designer & Address]

• Montre / Watch:
[ hoorenbeek ] - Royal Watch - Gold (1800 Lindens, Perms: NM/C/NT, Resize script plus color changer script for basel and dial),
@ Hoorenbeek [Designer & Address]

• Yeux / Eyes:
EyeFidelity RealEyes - Sharbat Bright (i) - SbZ (100 Lindens, Perms: NM/C/NT),
@ Zada [Designer & Address]

• Skin:
Jude Spring Face 01 (2000 Lindens/facial hair, 15 head and body hair combinations included, 3000 Lindens/minipack of 2 facials, 9000 Lindens/Pack of 8, Perms: NM/C/NT),
@ PXL Creations [Designer & Address]

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  1. Great post, nice look, Ben! I love that you show all the combinations to us.


    Comment by Perry Proudhon — 5 April 2009 @ 2:10

  2. Perfectly balanced outfit, wonderful shoes.

    Comment by Devon Chaffe — 5 April 2009 @ 13:55

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