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52 WCC Catch-Up

I am kind of doing a set of catch-up posts on 52 Weeks of Colour Part Deux, so I went ‘dumpster-diving’ in my inventory and discovered that I have more tops than complete looks…. Oh well *shrugs & sighs* …

Week 23 – Pistachio

The first recorded use of pistachio green as a colour name in English was in 1789.

Skin | Sn@tch | Solstice Skin (Tone 2-Sunshine/BR-FR)
Hair | redQueen | Vanity~ONYX~
Top | Sn@tch | Papillon Paisley Halter Top (Green)
Jeans | fri.day | Low.Rise Jeans (Midnight)
Boots | ::Duh!:: | Ruined Black Suede Workboots

Week 24 – Raspberry Glace

It is a medium greyish shade of raspberry that is used in interior design. The first recorded use of raspberry glace as a colour name in English was in 1926.

Skin | Sn@tch | Solstice Skin (Tone 2-Sunshine/BR-FR)
Hair | redQueen | Vanity~ONYX~
Top | Poison | Pa-que Shirt (red)
Jeans | fri.day | Low.Rise Jeans (Midnight)
Boots | ::Duh!:: | Ruined Black Suede Workboots

Week 25 – Unmellow Yellow

Skin | Sn@tch | Solstice Skin (Tone 2-Sunshine/BR-FR)
Hair | redQueen | Threats~ONYX~
Dress | TuttiFrutti | Sunlight Petals (mesh)
Jeans | fri.day | Low.Rise Jeans (Midnight)
Boots | ::Duh!:: | Ruined Black Suede Workboots

Week 26 – Rust

Rust is a red-brown-orange color resembling iron oxide. The word ‘rust’ finds its etymological origins in the Proto-Germanic word rusta, which translates to “redness.” The word is closely related to the term “ruddy,” which also refers to a reddish colouring in an object (as in ‘ruddy duck’).  The first recorded use of rust as a colour name in English was in 1692.

Skin | Sn@tch | Solstice Skin (Tone 2-Sunshine/BR-FR)
Hair | redQueen | Envy~DIRTY~
Top | Sn@tch | Groovy Top (Rust)
Jeans | fri.day | Low.Rise Jeans (Midnight)
Boots | ::Duh!:: | Ruined Black Suede Workboots

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