I never heard of Inone Style before, but considering the Second Life age of the designer I think that’s forgiveable. Moth’s profile says he joined Second Life in September 2007. This weekend he released the following 4 hoodies to increase the catalogue of his relatively small but beautiful store: a camo hoodie with Army print, a brown hoodie with skull print, a striped blue hoodie and lastly a checkered grey hoodie.
The hoodies use the jacket layer, and are accompanied by a undershirt. The prim hoods come in two presets: male and female. They’re also modifiably so you can turn them into a perfect fit. The hoodies cost 125 L$ each, a very reasonable price if you ask me. They come as Copy/Modify/No Transfer.
I only bought the camo version today since I’m short on lindens. Also, if my previous review wasn’t a hint yet, I simply love camo patterns. The style of this camo is somewhat cartoony, which I think works out great on this design. There are a few seams in the jacket, but due to the pattern they’re barely visible.
The prim hood appears to be quite nicely done. The area around the neck looks especially great, and ends in two flexi cords. I notice most new releases these days use sculptie hoods, but Inone proves (at least to me) that regular prims are still here to stay.
The undershirt that comes with the hoodies is of a lesser quality though and I’d never wear it separately. However, the hoodie covers the entire shirt except for a small patch near the neck. Therefore I’m not sure if it’s really so important. For this price, it’s already very great that he hands out any kind of undershirt with the hoodie at all. You definitely shouldn’t let the undershirt lessen your opinion about the hood in its totality. Besides, it doesn’t take much effort to put on any other T-shirt if it really is important.
If you like hoodies, I think this collection is definitely worth checking out. The jacket and hood are of a respectable quality, and for this price they are far from overpriced. While you’re in the store, also check out the rest of the catalogue and see for yourself what this relatively unknown designer has to offer to the Metaverse. Lastly, if you like freebies, you should also join the update group which currently has a nicely detailed shirt in the notices archive.
You can find the store @ Blue Quill (159,51,59).