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Fri.day in New England


I’ve always wanted to spend autumn in New England, so today I did just that.  I needed something a tad warmer for the chilly weather.  After searching all day, I found the prefect outfit at Fri.day.  The mesh Marie jackets are a group gift for Fri.day VIP members.  There is a L$50 enrollment fee to join and members receive monthly gifts.  I also picked up Designer jeans for only L$50 in the discount room and a white Basic cami absolutely free.

It’s easy to look like a tourist in New England and I knew I would need to accessorize if I wanted to blend in with the locals.  I dusted off the blue denim Zimmy flats from my inventory.  If you don’t already have these shoes, they shoes are free at Shiny Things.  The Tea Time necklace is from LOULOU&CO for the Fairest Of Them All hunt.  I also grabbed the Tweed bag at LOULOU&CO for The Autumn Effect hunt.

The pale Bianca skin is the midnight mania gift at Estel.  I couldn’t resist the  Cameron ponytail for just L$40 per color pack at Fri.day.


*Fri.day: Basic Cami (L$0), Designer Jeans (L$50), Marie Jackets (Group/Fee – L$0)

*Shiny Things: Zimmy Flats (L$0)

*LouLou&Co.: Tea Time Necklace (FOTA – L$5), Tweed Bag (TAE – L$0)

*Fri.day: Cameron Hair (L$40)

*Mayfly: September Shadow Liquid Light Eyes (SHH – L$0)

*Estel: Bianca Skin (MM – L$0)

*Glitterati: Poses (L$0 – L$50)


Author: Renee Lowenhart

Fabulously Free in SL ☆FabFree Blogger: www.fabfree.wordpress.com☆ ★Owner of the FabFree and FabLucky in world groups★

4 thoughts on “Fri.day in New England

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