Sansar Studios has put dozens of Ready Player One-inspired T-shirts for men and women up in the Sansar Store, and they are all FREE! So I am going to show you a few of the designs available.
I have paired them with a new line of denim skirts made by Solas. Solas NaGealai is a well-known fashion designer in Second Life as the owner of BlueMoon Enterprise (SL store, blog) and the co-owner of Silvan Moon Designs (SL Store, SL Marketplace, Flickr), and she is now creating and selling clothing for Sansar avatars under her Lune Bleue brand name. The denim skirts are available for S$75 each in the Sansar Store.
Here Sansar supermodel Vanity Fair is wearing the blue Joust T-shirt with Solas’ stone wash denim skirt in blue:
This is the Crystal Key tie-dyed T-shirt with the bleach wash denim skirt:
And finally, we have the black Easter Egg T-shirt with a black denim skirt:
The final picture was taken at C3rb3rus’ experience The Beach. In this picture, Vanity is also wearing:
A ninja (忍者) or shinobi (忍び) was a covert agent or mercenary in feudal Japan. The functions of the ninja included espionage, sabotage, infiltration, assassination and guerrilla warfare (Wikipedia). Three talented Sansar creators have made beautiful outfits for sale, for those days when you feel like channeling your inner ninja.
For women, there are two options for ninja wear. First up is the basic black Ninja Outfit – Female by Debi Baskerville, for S$99:
You can pair it with the Katana for Sansar Female by Ralph Vintorix (S$50) and you’re good to go!
Another option for women is the wonderfully detailed Onna-bugeisha / Ninja Top – Female and matching Onna-bugeisha / Ninja Pants -Female by Nya Alchemi (S$100 each). Add Nya’s Ninja Star Hat – Female to the outfit for S$75 and you’re all set!
Here’s Vanity Fair in Nya Alchemi’s ninja outfit:
For men, Ralph Vintorix has created a Classic Authentic Ninja Suit, which sells for S$450 and includes:
Kyahan (leg wrap)
Tekko (hand protection)
Tabi boots are available as a separate item (S$100) and is not included.
Katana and Pouch are free items.
Here’s my avatar in full ninja mode (click each image to see it larger):
So, whether you’re male or female, you are now ready to carry out espionage and other stealthy duties of the ninja!
(All pictures were taken in Genocyber Constantine’s Feudal Japan experience.)
Here’s the perfect thing to wear to your next outing to the disco! Vassay has created a shining one-piece outfit with a hood, textured with an animated pattern:
And you can pick it up at the Sansar Store for only S$100!
Here’s Vanity Fair wearing her disco hoodie at Galen’s Clockworks Club! The metallic materials on this outfit really reflect the lights around you!
Debi Baskerville has been churning out the avatar fashion in Sansar! Her store, called Journey, is full of creative and fashionable designs for both male and female avatars:
The following outfit I saw Debi wearing at our most recent Atlas Hopping, and I liked it so much I bought it for Vanity Fair!
Vanity is wearing:
(The pictures were taken at the Amsterdam Crystal Palace experience.)
As Sansar’s first (and so far, only) fashion blogger, I have made it my mission to tell you all about the best fashions available in Sansar for your avatar.
Solas NaGealai, who is a well-known fashion designer in Second Life as the owner of BlueMoon Enterprise (SL store, blog) and the co-owner of Silvan Moon Designs (SL Store, SL Marketplace, Flickr), is one of my favourite avatar clothing designers. She puts a lot of time, energy, and talent into her clothing designs, and I wanted to showcase a few items that she is generously giving away for free from her store (her Sansar brand is called Lune Bleue).
First up is the beautifully detailed Lady Juliana Medieval Gown, which Vanity Fair is wearing at Nya Alchemi’s medieval tournament experience, S.L.A.R.P.:
And, on the other end of the spectrum, we have Solas’ striped goth top and matching layer skirt, to which I have added black wristbands by C3rb3rus (free!) and black Eden Bailarina flats by Kokoia (for sale for S$150, which works out to about US$1.50/CDN$1.89; click on each of the pictures below to see it in a larger size):
Then, I have switched it up a bit by taking off the wristbands and adding black sunglasses by Snow (also free!) and a goth nose chain by Agustine (S$65, or about 65 cents U.S./82 cents Canadian):
Be sure to pick up your freebies on the Sansar Store. Whether you are a medieval troubadour or a gothic rocker, Solas has got you covered!
C3rb3rus, the grand prize winner of the Sansar Scariest experience contest last year, has completely outdone his previous work with the stunning achievement called simply 2077. Never have I been in any VR experience that feels so much like the world of the classic sci-fi movie Blade Runner!
I was actually able to get an early preview of this wonderful new Sansar experience, when I took most of these pictures. I added several more photos taken when Drax and C3rb3rus conducted an exclusive first tour of 2077.
You actually spawn in the subway station, where a subway train that C3rb3rus showed us how he made takes you on a ride in a circle. Gindipple was the first one who stepped into the train, complaining (as usual) about not being able to sit down, and then, suddenly, whoosh! It took off like a bullet! And he was gone! It was never so peaceful 😉 and even better, Torley Linden got video:
One of the funniest moments of the whole tour!
C3rb3rus led us up to street level, and then down again into a funky underground club. Here you can see Drax interviewing Strawberry Singh:
The attention to detail of the entire experience is absolutely astounding.
To match the experience, I decided to style Vanity Fair in a suitable sci-fi outfit:
Vanity Fair is wearing:
- the dragon blue animated skin by AnuAmun (S$10)
- the flowers and copper armour top by AnuAmun (S$150)
- the short bob hair by Snow (tinted blue to match; FREE)
- and I don’t remember where I got the goggles from! I checked my purchase history and I have no record of buying them. I believe they were already in my inventory as one of the basic avatar attachment objects, which everybody got by default.
Strawberry Singh has blogged (and created the following YouTube video) about the many clothing freebies already available on the Sansar Store (this last link will take you directly to the Wearables section of the Sansar Store, and sort everything there in ascending order by price, with the freebies first).
She also mentions today’s special Scavenger Hunt edition of the weekly Atlas Hopping livestream event she co-hosts with Drax. I plan to attend; hope to see you there!
Strawberry also very kindly mentions both this blog and my store on the Sansar Store, where I do have some free avatar clothing items available. Thanks, Strawberry!