Holographic

Holographic worlds,

that may be fake or not.

Wondering if  ¨real¨

Means that we are here, or there or gone.

I fell in love with this dress the moment I tried it on. The beautiful cherry blossom embroidery looks almost holographic against the solid colour background. The gown is held together by way of intertwined halter top pieces. Its front and back cut way down under the belly bottom.

Available in an array of colours, the dress comes in two lengths versions. You can choose to wear it with flat shoes, barefoot or with high heels. I really love the flat option which I am wearing now totally barefoot in this story. For Belleza, Maitreya, SLink and Classic Avatars. In six single shades and two bonus ones included in the Fatpack. Materials enabled.

Ghee – Sakura Maxi Dress Flat in Porcelain @Sense Event until May 8th. Truth – Natalie Hair. Luxe – Frida Bracelet.

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4 Comments Add yours

  1. Moz Loordes says:

    “Holographic worlds,
    that may be fake or not.
    Wondering if ¨real¨
    Means that we are here, or there or gone.”

    It all depends if the hologram has feelings, along with the rest of the replication. I find the question very interesting, in that whenever an android is depicted on TV or in a novel, it tends to have feelings. How far have we taken the equation between sentience and the emotional body activating? There’s no soul in an artificial thing so how come we put emotions into them? Are they like our children… so a “creation” (in a way)? It makes us egotistical to think we can do such things. Love the picture, by the way!

    1. Wow Moz, I often wonder about these things myself. Did you ever watch the film The Thirdteen Floor?

  2. Francis.R. says:

    My favorite smile is yours in the first one ^_^ (me salió en verso y sin esfuerzo :P)

    1. Gracias querido Francis^–^

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