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GIA Style Card: Uptown Girl


Over 26 years ago Billy Joel musically fantasized about the object of his affection: Uptown Girl – a being of supreme feminine elegance and urban sophistication with “downtown” romance aspirations. While professing his working class love for the goddess, Joel laments:

Uptown girl
You know I can’t afford to buy her pearls
But maybe someday when my ship comes in
She’ll understand what kind of guy I’ve been
And then I’ll win

Chances are, the Uptown Girl can afford her own pearls these days. She just needs her “downtown” man to keep the bed warm.

Zaara’s Larin skirt is an ideal supplement to the wardrobe of the Second Life girl living in her “uptown world”. The skirt is available in 3 pattern types: art prints (forest-splash, copper-rust, silver-lilac), neutrals (ebony, ash, ivory) and solid tartans (wine, navy, tan). Narin’s assymetrical-cut hem, high waist and curve-hugging, satiny design easily creates a bouncy-flouncy, flirtatious spirit.

All Poses: Diesel Works by Rogan Diesel

For store locations, see SLurls page.

Body:

  • Skin: Free Speerit: Fiona by Desidelia Vella *Group Gift*
  • Hair: Shag Hair: Coquette, Coffee by Sebastien Aries

Outfit:

  • Blouse: Leezu: Valerie Blouse, Champagne by Leezu Baxter
  • Skirt: Zaara: Larin Skirt, Forest Splash by Zaara Kohime
  • Shoes: Pixel Mode: Rea, Teal by Tya Fallingbridge

Accessories:

  • Earrings: Paper Couture: Antique Pearl Earring (from Antique Pearl Choker Set) by Cora Lu
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