Burn Too Brightly


As soon as I saw this dress from Reverie Emily Bronte’s Wuthering Heights lept straight to my head. Described as a romantic dress one of the themes of the book, passion, was top of mind when I thought about how to photograph it. Wuthering Heights is also not just about passionate love but passionate revenge and I think we’ve all felt love so powerful in our lifetimes that when things haven’t worked out we’ve felt both of those emotions.

Where better to take the photograph today than the gorgeous Yorkshire Dales sim which has long been a favourite of mine but an absolute must for this scene.

The book also inspired Kate Bush to produce the song Wuthering Heights which, like the book, has become an absolute classic and while I don’t usually include music videos in my blogs I had to for this one.


About the Stuff:

The dress I’m featuring today is the strikingly romantic Leighton dress from Reverie which is a new release at Uber. It comes in both Slink Physique and Hourglass (worn) sizes as well as Maitreya Lara. Available in 5 base colours there’s a colour change hud with 6 texture/colour change options for the cowl/neck.  I love the beautiful chain embellishment that  scoops the underbust on one side which completely sets off the look of the dress.


Body – Slink Hourglass

Head – Catwa – Destiny

Skin – The Skinnery Slink applier and Werra  Catwa Head Applier **NEW** at Shiny Shabby

Eyes – IKON – Sovereign Eyes

Ears – Mandala – Steking Ears

*Dress – Reverie – Leighton **NEW** at Uber

Hair – Exile – You Send Me

Pose – Bauhaus Movement

Location – Yorkshire Dales

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