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Equal10 opened its doors to its brilliant designers on 10 August. As is well known, this is one of the most important fashion events held in Second Life and is repeated every month on the 10th.
The event hosts many different types of items: clothes, skins, hair, decoration items, jewelry, tattoos, and much more.
In this video, I show you some of my favorite items and how you can customize them to your liking.

Speaking of outfits, I would like to show the first one of UNA called the NANA outfit. It’s a summer dress you can wear on many occasions and easily match with dressy and casual shoes and jewelry. The fatpack contains many colors to choose from.

The second outfit I want to show you is by Yasum and is called Sora. It is a sporty, summery outfit to which you can add a matching bag. Again, you can customize the outfit by choosing from a variety of colors.

The third dress I particularly like is by Cynful and is called CUTSY. It’s a very sexy summer top and skirt, also perfect for an outdoor music night. Again, the fatpack allows you to customize your look by choosing from a range of colors.

Ghoul presents in this round a beautiful bodysuit that I recommend you wear together with the DAPPA tattoo. As you can see, they look outstanding!

Let’s leave the clothes aside because now I would like to show you this skincare set that MOVEMENT presents this August round. If you love taking photos or simply decorating your home in a way that gives it realism, I heartily recommend it.

Finally, in the furniture sector, I recommend Fancy Decor with this beautiful minimalist office set. Perfect for small spaces!

I recommend, as always, that you take a look for yourself because there are so many items for sale, and in this video, I have shown you just a few of my favorites.

If you want to stay up to date with Equal10, I recommend subscribing to the channel and activating the bell to receive notifications.
See you in the next video!

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