Friday, July 4, 2014

Fashion and Styling: Ryce Models Two Cox Leather Outfits on Independence Day



Today is the 238th Birthday of the United States of America. Ryce Skytower is celebrating the day modeling two iconic American outfits for the holiday. Each outfit is made by Cox Leather and consists of a items that are purchased separately. These items are copy/mod and not transferable and well priced.

Ryce's first outfit includes the Cox Racing Pants with Sculpted Bulge and Zipper for $200 Linden, and the Cox Rider's Helmet USA for $150 Linden. The detailing and fit on each are very well done-- and give a very sexy biker look when worn together.



Links:

Cox Leather blog:
http://coxleather.blogspot.com/

To visit the Cox Leather Main Store (where these images where taken):
http://maps.secondlife.com/secondlife/LM%20Sea/82/157/24

To see my recent review of Ryce wearing a hot black leather outfit by Cox at Templehof Hafen
http://eddihaskell.blogspot.com/2014/05/fashion-and-styling-ryce-visits.html



Ryce is also wearing the following items from other vendors:
  • Roosters Cowboy Boots
  • Redgrave Zenith Sunglasses
  • Peter Hair by Uncle Web











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Denim jeans are a major American contribution to world fashion. The first jeans were made by Levi Strauss and Company in 1873 in San Francisco as sturdy riveted work clothes. They looked even better when worn out a bit. They became synonymous with the ruggest American Cowboy look in the 1950's, and the rest is fashion history. The bomber jacket, popularized by the U.S. Army Air Force in the Second World War became another masculine iconic fashion statement.

Ryce's second outfit includes the Cox Green Bomber Jacket for $350 Linden, and the Cox Lace Jeans with Bulge for $200 Linden. Both items are well detailed, the jacket has very realistic looking patches which hold their detail when viewed in close up.



Ryce's second All-American outfit includes the Cox Green Bomber Jacket for $350 Linden and the Cox Lace Jeans with Bulge for $200 Linden. Both items are well detailed, the jacket has very realistic looking patches which hold their detail when viewed in close up.







































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