Saying goodbye to all manner of things

August bank holiday weekend (and labor day) is always full of bittersweet feelings for me. Summer is almost over. This summer is ending rather abruptly in the UK with the weather plunging almost overnight in the last couple weeks.

I thought I would kick-off the almost-beginning of autumn with a wee retrospective of some of my favourite summer fashions from 2014  (baby’s first summer in SL!) all set to the soundtrack of the song Michigan by the Milk Carton Kids, which I’ve been obsessed with much of this summer. So hit play on the video before viewing the fashions below… and keep your hands where I can see ’em. It’s time to say goodbye.

Today, I headed over to the Basilique Sim which has been my most regular haunt in the short time I’ve been in Second Life to date. This is still one of my favourite Sims with a picture perfect scene opening up in front of you around every corner. It’s ideal for fashion shoots and you’re really spoiled for choice as to where to setup your lights and tripods!

Adieu my love... saying goodbye to summer 2014

Adieu my love… waving goodbye to summer 2014

Adieu my love... saying goodbye to summer 2014

A sendoff from the Basilique pier… saying goodbye to summer 2014

Adieu my love... saying goodbye to summer 2014

Savouring the last food markets of summer… saying goodbye to summer 2014

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A fond farewell to sleeveless tops and easy summer dressing… saying goodbye to summer 2014

 So adieu my love. See you next year.

So adieu my love. See you next year.

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