On februari 19th it was time for the start of the Chinese New Year. For 2015 the goat (their characters are supposedly kind and peaceable, while their best months are supposedly August and November and their lucky flowers are primroses and carnations.) is ready to deliver a year full of promise and prosperity.

Red clothing and elements are essential for Chinese New Year, as the mythical monster at the centre of the New Year, Nian, was supposedly scared of the colour red and fireworks, which have also become a key part of New Year celebrations.

With red signifying good fortune and gold symbolizing good luck, you can bet collections will be filled with Chinese New Year’s traditional colours. So also at ZANZE, wich created the Kayomi Asian Dress, a lovely cheongsam style dress. Kayomi is timeless, creating a sleekly curvaceous silhouette on any figure and show breathtaking femininity and sophistication that is appropriate for any occasion. ZANZE offers this dress in different asian textures and colors (for 75 Linden Only!).

ZANZE Kayomi Asian dress

Skin: WoW Skins Leah
Hair: Truth hair Esther (Uber)
Hair Bow: Mandala Kabuki Bow Red
Outfit: Zanze Kayomi Asian Dress
Bag: Zenith Leather Clutch (The Liaison Collaborative)

Pose: Bauhaus Movement Shika ( Shiny Shabby )
Location: Story brooke garden


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Linnda is a is a Model, Stylist and Blogger on Second Life. Since november 2007 she is working with the best agencies, magazines and designers all over Second Life. Fashion Blog: https://linndascofield.wordpress.com/ Flickr: http://www.flickr.com/photos/linndascofield/
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