Fall is not over yet, right!? Before the season officially ended, I wanted to whip up a couple of Fall sweaters to enjoy the chilly weather in. All have been made using the fantastic Always Sims
meshes, and are compatible for generic morphs (fit-thin-fat). They are only for adult females in the Everyday category.
There are three fantastic meshes by Always Sims but have been included for your convenience thanks to their generous policies. See additional credits for links.
Sweater One: Pumpkin Spice & Everything Nice
Long, warm, orange sweater with the words "Pumpkin Spice & Everything Nice" on the front.
Sweater Two: Red Sweater and Flannel Skirt
A mock two-piece top that includes both the red sweater and the flannel skirt.
Sweater Three: Fall Baby
Open back deep red sweater both comfy and cozy that says "Fall Baby" on the front. Please note that due to how this mesh is made, some clipping with occur in the shoulders.
You can either get a couple separately or enjoy all three looks in one zip.
I have really wanted to recolor some of the meshes I found on Always Sim's blog for quite some time now and I thought now might be a great time to start. I honestly loved it and am considering recoloring more of her meshes in the future. As always, feel free to leave a comment/smile/thanks/in-game screenshot
Pumpkin Spice dress mesh can be found here
by Always Sims. Their original textures are used as well.
Mock two-piece dress mesh can be found here
originally by Momo Sims, but converted 3t2 by Always Sims. The top uses their original textures.
Bralet Sweater Top mesh can be found here
originally by Eco Space, but converted 3t2 by Always Sims. Their original textures are used as well.
The awesome gdayars finally found where my flannel texture had come from! It was a part of a "Seamless Flannel Pattern"
pack by Vecteezy. (Vector illustration credit: <a rel="nofollow" href="https://www.vecteezy.com">Vecteezy!</a>)
The leaves found on Sweater #3 are built into Photoshop Elements, I just jazzed them up with texturing and color.
Technical: A HUGE thanks to Sims 2 Body Shop, Adobe Photoshop Elements 13, FRAPS (Screenshots), Always Sims for their lovely meshes, and the wonderful Mod the Sims for inspiring creativity.
I could never have done this without all of their hard work before me!