I have two recent releases from Gizza and part 1 is Flower Children II.
The name, Flower Children comes from the hippie fashion that prevailed in the 1960's when the Unites States was involved in the Vietnamese War. The hippie movement started in San Francisco where young people wearing outfits in bright colours often with flower patterns, wore flowers in their hair and handed out flowers to passers by promoting Love & Peace. This later spread to many other cities in the US and these young people were often called the "flower children". This hippie fashion later spread to other countries and became one specific fashion trend.
Gizza - Flower Children II
This outfit by Gizza takes its name from the hippie fashion look it is based on and comes in three different colour variations. I wore the second colour variation in brown/blue colours with a hair that wasn't exactly hippie style but something that looked as innocent and sweet from the Japanese hair store 69 called Olivia 03. The ribbon in this hair is colour change by a menu that drops down when you click on it.
The jewelry set is from ByKay and it is available in three different colour variations. You can also buy a prim nail set that matches the colours of this jewelry set and contains prim nails with and without rings. I love the chunky design of this jewelry set and it is definitely one of my favorites.
The sandals are from Kalnins and comes with a HUD that allows the different parts to change colours as well as the skin and pedicure colour. By specifying colours of each part, you can create your own design and it's really convenient as well as fun.
This is a really fun casual outfit set that is also fun to style!
Outfit set: Gizza, Flower Children II
Hair: 69, Olivia 03, Noir
Jewelry & prim nails: ByKay, Kalya Blue Set
Sandals: Kalnins Shoes, Empress
Posted by Kay Fairey, Agency Director and model for Boulevard Agency, Miss Virtual World Modeling Academy Executive Director, LOOK Elite Models COO, Fashion Editor for the Best of SL Magazine, Producer and Host for "SLTV Fashion Style - The Runway" which is a bi-weekly live fashion program by Second Life TV in SL Japan.