Llona Reese’s Fashion from the Fractured Light series
Llona Reese’s closest celebrity look alike is Avril Levigne.
Llona doesn’t fuss about her style. She likes casual clothes and doesn’t care for jewelry. She likes to shop at Zumiez and Pacsun.
There are, however, a couple of occasions where she had to dress up, included below.
FROM FRACTURED TRUTH: A conversation between Llona and Liam:
While I dressed quickly, I called out, “Have you ever tried wearing a different color? Blue? Green? Not that you look bad, but some color will really make your eyes pop.” I peeked through the crack in the door. Liam was staring down at the floor smiling. “And maybe we can put some highlights in your hair.”
At this he laughed. The sound, void of stress and worry, warmed me. This was the Liam I loved. I straightened. Did I really just think that?
“If I have to get a makeover,” Liam said, “then you have to also.”
I pulled my favorite black shirt over my head, mindful of the scrape on my face. “Oh yeah? What would you have done to me?”
“You’re a tough one because of that hair. Can’t really change it, but I don’t think I would. I like it the way it is.”
“Then what would you do?” I opened the door and went into the bathroom, holding my sneakers in my hands.
“Dresses. I would put you in some nice summer dresses.”
I thought about this while I brushed my teeth and carefully washed my face. A normal summer day with Liam. What would that be like? I left the bathroom and stood in front of him. “One day I’ll wear a summer dress for you, and all this will just be a bad dream.”
FROM FRACTURED SOUL:
“Are you ready?” I heard May say just outside my door. Beyond her voice were many others, all filled with excitement for the dance.
I looked in the mirror. My long hair was down and straight as always. I wish I could’ve worn it up, as it would’ve made the flattering neckline of May’s red dress more noticeable, but I didn’t dare risk my bite marks being seen. I did, however, slide a gold headband just past my forehead. It would have to do.
“I’m ready,” I said.
FROM FRACTURED LIGHT:
I couldn’t have been happier. I had awesome friends, a great relationship with my uncle, and sort of a boyfriend— well, okay, I’m stretching the truth. Christian and I couldn’t have a relationship, but when he looked at me I knew there was something more.
I carefully pulled my silver-blue dress over my stiff hair and looked at myself in the mirror. The dress hung off my shoulders by an almost invisible strap. The material was so sheer it looked like a spider had spun a web all around me. The dress flowed outward from my waist mimicking a waterfall from a melting glacier.