Today’s post was conceived of my day spent dancing like an idiotic child around my living room to Taylor Swift’s album (and my personal favourite) – Red.
Through the grapevine, a store named Mutresse was brought to my attention, and so I headed on over to check out their pieces. This bustier and the ruffled leggings are by far their best creations, although their other pieces are definitely worth checking out — (they even have a rather adorable group gift up for grabs!)
The items come with an adorable HUD option that houses all of the colour and style options for each piece. The bustier is also materials ready, so expect a heightened sense of realism with that item.
I only encountered one issue with the HUD, but this may only be a personal issue- that when attempting to switch between skin or pantyhose option for the leg panel, nothing would happen. It isn’t too much of an issue, however. Some lovely combinations can be achieved my playing with the HUD- this is a feature I would like to see more of in the fashion market.
(UPDATE – 1/07/2013)
Eeky Cioc, the name behind Mutresse, contacted me last night to inform that the ‘skin’ and ‘tight’ options serve as reset buttons only, allowing mess-ups between textures to be fixed easily. There is no switch function between the two.