Thursday, January 15, 2015

Tatters of Blue Rain

"He did not turn. He felt a cold wind blowing. He was afraid to turn. He felt something in the seat behind him, something as frail as your breath on a cold morning, something as blue as hickory-wood smoke at twilight, something like old white lace, something like a snowfall, something like the icy rime of winter on the brittle sedge."

"There was a sound as of a thin pane of glass broken – laughter. Then silence. He turned.
The young woman sat at the tiller bench quietly. Her wrists were thin as icicles, her eyes as clear as the moons and as large. Steady and white. The wind blew at her and, like an image on cold water, she rippled, silk standing out from her frail body in tatters of blue rain.

'“Go back,” she said."

"The Off Season" in Ray Bradbury's The Martian Chronicles

 Gown - Spyralle - Tatters of Blue Rain with Drapes for A Tattered Page*
Collar - Spyralle - Martian Collar "Something Like Old Lace"
Available at Spyralle and The Tattered Library
 Jewelry - Glint! - Heavenly Skies - White @ Retail Therapy Sales Room
Jan. 6th - Jan. 31

Skin - DeeTaleZ - Kimber (Makeup) - Exclusive from prior round of Uber
Hair - Exile - Colette - Chardonnay
Eyes - IKON - Hope - Silverleaf
Lashes and Liner - Gaeline - Felicia
Hands and Feet - Slink
Nails - Pulcino - Summer Snow

All poses by PosESion - Divine
A Tattered Page* is a wonderful event that is inspired by a book the designers and bloggers read.  Each individual gets to use their imagination and take what they see and feel from the story and create unique designs.  The ability to transform the written word into images, clothes, furniture etc. gives everyone involved a freedom not often found.  This passage, and the dress created an image in my mind outside of what was written and I hope you enjoyed!
Have a wonderfully wicked rest of your week and remember to always stay true to your own personal style!

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

I missed seeing this. What beautiful photos! Thank you so much for showing my dress. - Kerryth