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Victorian Clothing for Female Children

by Charity Posted 4th May 2019 at 4:27 PM
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This is a new mesh, and means that it's a brand new self contained object that usually does not require a specific Expansion pack (although this is possible depending on the type). It may have Recolours hosted on MTS - check below the description for more information.
I liked the blouse from DeeDee's conversion of the 3to2 Supernatural dress here and wanted it as a separate.

I didn't really have any suitable skirts to go with it, so I used the mesh from Trapping's long skirt mesh here and added the textures from one of DeeDee's Victorian dresses here and the shoes from All About Style's Child's Pinafore.

Although AAS' terms of use say no remixes of her work I'm uploading it under the rules here.


Remixes of others' work
Some of the coolest creations grow from a modification of someone else's work. By "remix" we mean basically any modification of the creator's work - using their textures or meshes, converting from one game to another, or including as part of a lot upload.

In the past, we've required either permission or a stated policy that says you can "remix." But many creators disappear, have no policies or unclear policies, and you can't ask permission because you can't contact them. In light of this, we allow "remixes" of other creators' work, even if you don't necessarily have permission and their policies don't state you can.

This is subject to certain conditions (ALL of these must be true, not just one/some):

The original creator does not have policies (either on their profile or in their posts) stating that you cannot do whatever type of remix you're doing, or their policy (or site) is permanently offline.

You must provide a link back to the original creator's profile/creation in the text of your post, and state what you've used. Just saying "Based on this: (link)" is not enough - you need to state the creator's name, the name of what you've used by them and how (mesh, textures, whatever), and a link back to them.

The AAS site is gone and only accessible via the Wayback Machine and I got no response to an email, so I believe that it meets the 'permanently offline' condition. If AAS should come back to the community or object then I'll take the upload down.

The top is an everyday separate for CU and comes in the four original colours plus black, tan, green and white.
The skirt is an everyday separate for CU and comes in the original blue, green, black, brown, purple, grey, red and pink.

I admit that I'm not sure if children would have worn skirts this long in Victorian times, but when I tried shortening the skirt it looked terrible. Although I suspect that female children will be the most likely to wear these outfits, they were originally for males as well and I didn't change that. Please ignore the colour on the fingertips; I fixed it, but couldn't be bothered retaking the photos.

Thank you to:

DeeDee - for the original outfit conversion from Sims 3 and the AF conversion from Sims 3 that I got the textures from
Trapping - for the original skirt mesh
All About Style - for the shoe mesh and textures

Polygon Counts:
cfvictop = 1646
cfvicskirt = 638

Additional Credits:
simmer22 and Rosebine, for helping me fix a bleeding problem.

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Expansion/Stuff packs required:
Sims 2

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Age: Child
Gender: Male Female
Clothing Type: Everyday
Clothing Style: Historial
Other Type: Not Applicable
Maxis Flags: Not Applicable
Outfit Type: Top Bottom

Tags: #victorian, #skirt, #blouse, #child, #female, #historical