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SP Collection p.1 (6 exquisite outfits)

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Uploaded: 21st Feb 2008 at 8:45 PM
Updated: 21st Mar 2008 at 9:43 PM

I try to make the clothes I make very detailed. It's a sort of trial and error process, that I'm still familiarizing with. I tried to make something I would want my sims to wear, and would look at the thumbnail and go "oooh!" Plus I needed some clothes that were actually in casual instead of formal. All of these outfits are casual, but some can be worn also as formal. I do this, because I want my sims to wear modern chic things on a daily basis. If you're also wondering what SP has to do with anything SP=special because I think it's special. It have 6 totally different full outfits, (not recolored 6 times) and the fact that it has a lot of details. These are made from scratch from the alpha mesh. On every outfit I had to mend it around color, brighten, highlight, imagining a back side, creating folds, and etc.

I hope you guys download and enjoy my slow process of creating this collection.

You'll also notice that I've attached a lot of images. I do that so you can have a better look, if you're a picky person. They are eye-candy to look at as well. Here's is an example:

For more larger/detailed pictures click on the attached pictures.

Note that everything you see is INCLUDED,
only 1 download. I also re-named the packaged files, to make it easy for
you to ditch unwanted files.

Meshes included (via FAQ):
Glamorous Lounge
(2 meshes from their) For: bright blue dress, and the shirt and pants outfits.
Warlokk at insimenator
(sundress) For: Dress with green gemstone
For: the khaki safari dress

Even the small little features, like putting buttons on the front and back side of the sleeve, and making the blue lace compatible with any skintone (taking out the holes in beetween) etc. Also, notice these, as these are not errors: The semi-transparent fabric at the bottom of the khaki safari dress, and the top of the gold and silver dress (looks like there's just a stop, of brown but that's only because of the skintone matches the gold that there is. I tried to provide a close-up so you could see.)

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