kilberg

We play a game, my husband and I, whenever we visit a museum. In each room of an exhibit, we each get to select one piece of art to own. Monetary value doesn’t play a role since our one rule is that we are not allowed to “sell” the piece once we own it. The main objective is to find a piece that evokes a rush of feeling. The second criterion is the piece’s staying power. We will have to live with the piece for a very long time so it is important that we choose work that we will want to look at again and again. It seems like a lot is at stake. When we were first together, we often chose the same pieces, something that I took as a sign.
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Sailor moon LookBook

Nina:
Top//Skirt//Earrings//Bag//Knee point stocking//Platforms

Yukiko by Zauma:
Collar//Dress//Earrings//Glasses//Stockings//Lolita shoes

Thanks to all creators for amazing CC but mainly thanks Zauma for her cute sim :3

We play a game, my husband and I, whenever we visit a museum. In each room of an exhibit, we each get to select one piece of art to own. Monetary value doesn’t play a role since our one rule is that we are not allowed to “sell” the piece once we own it. The main objective is to find a piece that evokes a rush of feeling. The second criterion is the piece’s staying power. We will have to live with the piece for a very long time so it is important that we choose work that we will want to look at again and again. It seems like a lot is at stake. When we were first together, we often chose the same pieces, something that I took as a sign.

At The Museum by Garnett Kilberg Cohen.