Mesh Clothing

Today was my first day getting to play dress up in SecondLife using Mesh using the 3.0 viewer. It didn’t take long for me to get addicted. I went right to Jane after Washu’s plurk this afternoon. She showed off the vendor photos and said that Damien Fate paired up with the Janie Marlowe, the owner of Jane. What a fantastic team!


I tried not to heavily photoshop the photo used in this post so you can see the flex in the shorts. The shorts, the only mesh item shown, were not touched. Mesh objects aren’t sizeable (or so what I have seen). There are minor poke through from my legs since Mesh doesn’t contour to some slider options. Jane offers demos with alpha layers and I was pleasantly surprised to see I didn’t need to downsize my curvy avie. (Thank you!!)

Another added bonus today’s purchase at Jane’s, she supplied a notecard to give some background on how Mesh works and what to expect. There are some pros and cons to using Mesh. Honestly, the note is right, the pros do outweigh the cons.

Since Mesh pairs well with older clothing options. Until we get settled into using Mesh, I’ll call out those products in my style details. The details as always is after the cut.

Mesh has been released grid wide. Enjoy creating mega 64×64 prims and the flowyness of mesh! I can’t wait to for full gown to test the fluidity!

hair: Damselfly by Shylah Honey
skin: -Glam Affair- by Aida Ewing
sweater: [Miseria]by Miseria Daines
tank shorts: Jane by Janie Marlow (mesh item, shorts)
shoes: Maitreya by Onyx LeShelle| Marketplace
necklace: (Kunglers Extra) by Avagardner Kungler | Marketplace
pose: Glitterati by Katey Coppola | Marketplace

complimentary copies denoted by slurl

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