BurlesqueTreats: !dM “SavageRose” Headpiece & postureCollar



Headpiece & postureCollar
BurlesqueCouture and Accessories
by !dM deviousMind

What’s the thing you truely can never have enough? Feathers, again of course! So our new burlesque treats are a diva-esque feather headpiece with a dramatic posture collar. Highly detailed with sculpted roses and ornaments, flexi feathers and vibrant colors – individually in 7 hues **TANGERINE**, **RED**, **PINK**, **PURPLE**, **BLUE**, **TEAL** and **KIWI**, or you go for the entire rainbow and choose the full **COLOR PACK**.

This accessories set was created to match the colors of !dM “La Cancaniere” BurlesqueCouture (it’s the corset and tassles you see on the vendor images) and it will also fit with part of !dM “Wild Orchid” Costume – feel free to have a look around our store or marketplace and check them both out :)


Each set comes with a feather headpiece and 3 collar versions. The collar allows to choose between a combination of rigged mesh and sculpted collar (you need to attach two pieces here for the full look, or can wear them individual for different styling) or an “old fashioned” fully sculpted collar with hold animation if you’re not on a mesh-enabled viewer.

• !dM SavageRose – headPiece ** (chin)SavageRose_HeadPiece&Collar_Ad_BLUE_blog

• !dM SavageRose – postureCollar (w/hold) ** (chest)
• !dM SavageRose – featherCollar ** (chest)
• !dM SavageRose – postureCollar mesh
• !dM SavageRose – postureCollar mesh (larger)

• !dM SavageRose – collarAlpha

(** represents the individual color)


Rigged mesh cannot be adjusted in size or position on an avatar. For that reason, there is two versions included of the rigged version – please try demos before purchase or adjust your neck thickness slightly to match the collar.

Testing the sizes with different avatar shapes, we found that it fit most shapes without need of adjustment, and when required, most effective fit can be achieved with adjusting the sliders for neck thickness and even changing the lenght a bit. It’s a slim shape though – make sure to test the demos before :)

If you can’t see the mesh, please update your viewer.


We’ve taken special account to using a resize script, that operates from the root prim only! Unlike old scripts, it allows you to stretch the pieces into one direction individually, so you can make things a little wider or narrower to adjust them to your shape. (This still has some limitations due to how the stretching works – please see separate notecard in the box for further info)

In most cases it helps to adjust the placement of the prims on your avatar before resizing, as the attachment position on first wearing highly depends on the height of your shape, length of arms/legs, etc., so items attach for everybody slightly different.

Please make sure to take a copy of the original items (or keep your original box for backup in the folder) before moding and delete the scripts out of this modded copy after you are done!


All textures are digitally illustrated and created by Chandra Meehan for (*chanimations and deviousMind – if you find them used by anybody else not connected to us, please help protect original content and immediately inform us! Thank you in advance!

Additional for Color Pack:


The **COLOR PACK** includes an object named !dM deviousMind “SavageRose” *COLOR* – CHECK FOR UPDATE (rezz) which will check for free upgrades to any of the content of this set. We’ve included this so your color pack will be up-to-date on all possible future color additions to this set.

When rezzing, it will take a short while before the update client connects to our server and you will receive your free upgrade should any be available. In case when it doesn’t automatically connect, you can call for the update manually by typing “/12update” (without quotes) in open chat when standing next to the object.

We keep you informed about item updates through our mainstore by signs at the vendor. Updates are as well listed on our blog: http://chanimations.deviousmind.net/about/updated/

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