The Tourist

Gizza and Nya

 

The Mumbay Harbour, her first port of entry into India on her way to Uttar Pradesh.  Her clothing still reflective of her western ways.

 

Gizza
Jumping off the ship in Gizza Sailing Dress

The Gizza ……. is a beautiful ensemble available in two different colors and patterns versions.  Strapeless. Short.  With beautifully detailed buttons and an anchor crest.  A coordinated scarf tied around the belt.  Comes fully accessorized with sunglasses, hat and a texture change bag together with the famous Betty Heels included!  The version below also comes with a charm bracelet, earring, ring and matching necklace in a maritime theme!  Simply Gorj!!!

Maubray (Above) – Bracelet

Gizza – Sailing Dress Crosswise & (below) in Stripped Lemon

Gizza in .....
Gizza in …..

Sightseeing Wearing Nya

Nya´s Lolita Cocktail Dress
Nya´s Lolita Dress

Silky cotton sundress. Sleeveless. Close to the body then flaring right below the waist.  The skirt pleats move beautifully as you take a walk about.

Nya – Lolita Dress

MG – Bracelet

Taj Mahal

By the time she arrives in Agra she has already begun to embrace a modern take on Indian dressing style.

Nya´s ...
Nya´s Bodysuit Lore

The top is a very short dress of  patch colored prints in silk.  A halter neckline hugs your upper body tied by silk chord to the pyramid like lower part.  Underneath it all, silk cotton voile pants.  To be worn with flat sandals or chunky heels.

Nya – Bodysuit Lore

Baiastice – Arm bracelet

Before Leaving

 

Nya .-..
Nya Alice

When you are ready to go back, do so in beautifully pleated Harem Pants, topped by a single button vest in coordinated print.

Nya – Alice Outfit

Milk Motion – bag

Legal Insanity – Dark Glasses

Fanatik -Fringed scarf

Envy  – Belly piercing

Mons – Bracelets

SLURL for the Second Life Taj Mahal interpretation:

http://maps.secondlife.com/secondlife/Danbi/61/114/39

 

Jorge Ben Jor – Taj Mahal

The only music that I can think of when I look at images of the Taj Mahal is the song by musical genius Jorge Ben Jor.

It´s unfortunate that my favourite version –  a crazy, crazy, jamming session he made with Gilberto Gil – is not available with a good sound quality, so I offer you this one.  It´s a tribute to the splendor and love between Shah Jahan and Mumtaz Mahal. I hope you like it as much as I do! xoxo, Landa

 

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