Hey, Hey we’re the Monkees

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I’ve been on a Vintage kick for a couple of months now, thanks to the Annual Vintage Fair.  As Vintage Male clothing is still uncommon (apart from the occasional Morning suit), I figured it was a great time to get the grid immersed in some prominently 60s and 70s stuff that doesn’t come directly from the Haight-Ashbury or Studio 54 scenes.  There’s nothing wrong with being a disco hippie in Second Life, but it’s more fun to bring back the styles of the Pre-Fab Four.

The Monkees were the inspiration for this outfit, naturally, and there are currently four different colors available.

Each outfit comes with:
Green Wool “Mike” Cap
Shirt with sculpted sleeves and sculpted collar
Pants with sculpted legs
Shoes with shoe alpha

You supply the hordes of screaming girls (or boys, if you prefer), the zany antics, and the giant red car.

Available inworld and on the Marketplace.

Welcome to the Avatar Bizarre Fashion Blog

It’s been a long time coming, but I’ve finally gotten off my keister and created a blog for my store.

Avatar Bizarre carries a wide range of clothing for men, women, and petites.  In addition, there’s also a plethora of eyes (system, mesh, and prim eyes), and a pantheon of Elder God, dragon, and flying snake shoulder pets.

I specialize in Male Vintage clothing, 1800’s military and court clothing, Gothic, Victorian, and Fantasy suits. 

I’d like to introduce you to the latest in my line of 1920s male fashion. 

The Knickerbocker is an every-man’s outfit from the early part of the 20th century.  Similar outfits were worn by boys and young men, particularly on the American East Coast.  Particularly popular in NewYork, knickerbockers were so well-known that the local Baseball team was named for the pants.

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Initially made for a fashion contest created for a budding young 1920s sim Called Shady Falls, there are five different colors available both inworld and on the marketplace.

Stay tuned for more new releases, and hunt information, as I get geared up for blogging my heart out.

Your pal,

Sred