Fantasia Aya Gown!
One thing that I have recently noticed is the influx of Arab inspired wear that I’m seeing in the market now, and not only are the designs quite lovely, but they fit in beautifully with the Gorean notion of the Freewoman! These designs are not gaudy, princessy, or otherwise ballgownish. But rather, they are classy, elegant, and modest without becoming boring! They quickly turn an avatar into a mystery of bright, brilliant, blinking eyes staring out from behind a veil! You can’t help but want to see more! To discover the mystery behind the mask! This set has so many beautiful design elements that set it apart. I will try to do it justice! The first thing I notice is the hood. Not your usual perfectly rounded prim hood that we sometimes see, but a well executed drape with realistic bends and creases that frame the face quite nicely. Then we have the prim veil that fits over the nose. Not a straight line that doesn’t accommodate the facial features. Next we move on to the gown itself. The neckline is bulked up with a high prim collar (almost kimono style) that turns out at the edges and disappears into an underlayer for the gown. The gown itself features a wrapped kimono style fabric with wide sleeves, empire waist, and silver lining. The waist is cinched with a front tying obi style belt. The ends of which fall to the floor with the hem of the gown. You can, of course, wear this design without the hood, however you prefer. Regardless of what use you find for it, you won’t be disappointed in it’s beauty or its fine details! Colors available include: Black, Blue, Green, Purple, Red (pictured), and Teal! L$400 per color set! Only at Fantasia!