So I threw DJ Spectra in ILF Scarah's in-box outfit. Obviously on Scarah this look is pure 60's mod. But on DJ Spectra, what with her earthy, middle-parted, wavy hairdo and more adult-looking facemold (compared to Scarah), she gives the look a 70's bent.
Which is to say she looks glorious. Don't front. Even you loonies who say this facemold "looks old" know Spectra is totally rocking your world right now.
In a year of mostly disappointing Cleos, Spectra has been my rebound. And of all the amazing dolls we got for her this year I do believe this is my favorite.
In 1978 Spectra floated through the mirrored doors of Olympic Tower and ganked this coat. I'm convinced.
For all we know she floated along the runways, too. It's not like the normies would've seen her. (Which is a real shame given how she's totally owning this look.)
A ghost on the move!
No Spectra, we're not worthy.
A fierce attitude, vintage style, and flawless face. Clap for her.
In other news, my computer has crashed twice in as many weeks. And when I say crashed, I do mean crashed. The first time it happened I lost everything but was able to get it back up and running. I had to re-install all my programs, a pain in the butt, but at least I was back in business, so to speak. The second time it crashed it took several days to get it running again, and now that it is, it won't let me load my editing software onto the computer. All of which is a long-winded way of saying I used a totally new (and different for me) editing program for these pics. I was worried at first but as I played with the settings I found myself really warming up to it! These are the first-ever pics I edited with the program so there's probably a learning curve I'll have to adjust to. All that said, I'm pretty happy with how these came out. I may just stick with this new program! Let me know what you think! As always, thanks for reading!