My favourite has to be this olive-coloured shirt. Perfect for bowling, but without any wordy or cheesecake logos, just this screaming tiki figurine (click the photo to enlarge), the 1950s olive colour and broad black stripe up the middle. Superb. It’s called Bob Olive Shirt and it comes on shirt- and jacket-layers for only L$75.
Unbelievably, I find myself resisting any of the horrible puns on the word ’twill’ that have crossed my mind as I present to you some of the most comfortable work clothes I’ve run across. The Richard Twill Jacket in grey (L$75, jacket layer only) has wonderful shadows and fabric bunching. Its unremarkableness is remarkable. The tiny stereotypical logo on the chest is so small as to be unreadable. With it, I’m wearing Twill Workpants in blue, again deliberately unremarkable, comfortable and made from only the hardest wearing pixels in all of Second Life. Twill Workpants also come in grey, olive, black and brown, for L$50 per colour, or L$200 for all five.
A wonderful accessory is the Pocket Bandana Pack (L$75 gets you 11 different colours), a flexiprim rag or bandana that sticks out of your back pocket. You’ll see a red one sticking out of my pocket with the twill jacket. Below, I’ve got the brown one in my pocket.
Then, last but not least, I’ve taken off the jacket to reveal the Rhett Twill Worshirt (L$75, on shirt- and jacket-layers). It sports great cadet blue pinstripes and features, including a readable Hell Bop Bar logo over one of the chest pockets.
Again, the Hell Bop Rockabilly and Psychobilly Bar and Garage is found in Saimaa (220, 37, 23).
Photos taken at Caribe, Lions Shore (81, 219, 24).