The Luau Dancing Queen Halter Top Sundress
Large red hibiscus are backed by golden yellow plumeria nd palm fronds. Made to tie behind the neck and leaves the shoulders and back open.
Tailored to fall just below the knee. Made by Kys of Honolulu and ships US Mail from Hawaii.
In ancient times, including ancient Hawaii, men and woman ate their meals separately; also women and the rest of society were not allowed to eat foods that were not common or foods that were only served during special occasions. However, in 1819, King Kamehameha II removed all the religious laws that were practiced. King Kamehameha II made a symbolic act, where he eats with all the women, ending the Hawaiian religious taboos. This is when the luau parties were first created.