Friday, July 25, 2008
"Duty" is another men's tunic, this one a bit more work oriented. It includes two sets of leather pants (brown, black), a linen shirt, and a jacket layer tunic which can be worn with or without the prim skirt. The prim skirt has "vents" which allow easier mounting of a tarn, tharlarion, horse or dragon (whatever your prefered mount is!).
Wednesday, July 23, 2008
A stolla is the clothing of choice for the ancient roman noblewoman, and is equally fitting for the gorean free woman. The shift worn underneath is called the tunica, and may be worn alone. The layer above is called the stolla, and has a high empire waist for modesty. Atop that is worn the palla, or scarf, which is worn over the head as a hood. The palla here is scripted to change texture and color at a touch.
Tuesday, July 8, 2008
This is a bit of a native american inspired piece for the panthers, or people who just like costumes with that native look. The top is a hairpipe bead breastplate with bone beads, brass beads, and leather fringe. The skirt is a simple loincoth with a sculpted pouch.
Sunday, July 6, 2008
We all can't be rich, well dressed princesses, right? So, for you ladies who's tiara fell off while you were spreading fertilizer in the garden, or fishing garbage from the canals, we have Patchwork. This raggedy dress is made from bits of salvaged fabric sewn together. It's a little dirty, but oh-so comfortable, tied at the waist with a bit of spare rope, with a disheveled skirt that falls just above the knees. The set comes with two versions, one whole dress with ragged sleeves, and one thats a ragged, torn shirt over the skirt. This is available in three colors, the original, blue, and red. Enjoy!