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Too Sexy Mesh

Too Sexy - Mesh
Photography by Rico Plisskin

Last month talented photographer and designer, Rico Plisskin of Aphotic Gloom, asked me to pose for him wearing some mesh attire. I happily obliged because I love his work and I’m so glad I did. In this month of Too Sexy Magazine you will find me, along with very talented people, in some mesh clothing from pages 70 to 78.

Also in this month’s Too Sexy issue, I was asked to photograph some very beautiful people. Check out the Too Sexy Hair Hotlist from pages 127-144.

Skin: Addict Raia Cream Smoked by Kianna Noel
Eyes: Exodi Soulful Holly Eyes by Ryker Beck
Hair: Elikatira Mood Black by Elikapeka Tiramisu
Dress: Baiastice Minix Leather Black Mesh Dress by Sissy Pessoa
Shoes: Maitreya Gold Allegre by Onyx LeShelle
Necklace: Donna Flora Vivian Necklace by Squinternet Larnia
Bracelet: Zaara Vyomi Chained Bracelet Onyx by Zaara Kohime

Skin: Addict Raia Sunkissed Apple by Kianna Noel
Eyes: Exodi Soulful Walnut Eyes by Ryker Beck
Hair: Truth Rowena Clove by Truth Hawks
Dress: CheerNo Femme Vintage Mesh Dress by Cattiva Vita
Shoes: SLink Cassia Sandals Black by Siddean Munro
Necklace: Kunglers Extra Marajoara Necklace by Avagardner Kungler
Bracelet: Kunglers Extra Marajoara wood by Avagardner Kungler
Bag: Mon Tissu Straw Tote Bag Dark Brown by Anouk Spot
Scarf: Theosophy Auldearn Scarf by Trace Osterham


Strawberry has been a Second Life Resident since 2007 and a Linden Lab employee since 2019.

4 thoughts on “Too Sexy Mesh

  • Great dresses. I haven’t messed with much mesh beyond some boots I had to have. Nice to see more coming out in terms of clothes!

  • Mesh clothing is not without its drawbacks though – it forces you to conform to the shape and size that the designer of the clothing has decided on.
    Given that SL is meant to be about freedom of expression and individuality (as in “be who you want to be”) I find this a little concerning.

    There is a JIRA running on this issue if anyone is interested and I also blogged about it.


  • Thanks for the link, Strawberry. I followed it and then followed through to the links you added, and then on to others. And I can see that my little blog post really didn’t add much. Oh well. :o)

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