Friday, November 26, 2010

New from Fantasia! Ko'lel!

The last in the Mayan series is "Ko'lel" or 'lady' in Mayan.

"Ko'lel" is an empire waisted, sleeveless dress, featuring penants at the chestband, a variety of fabric textures and a beaded collar with bands of gold. Available in 5 colors.


Wednesday, November 24, 2010

New from Fantasia! B'alum!

Continuing the Mayan theme in preparation for my vacation, I give you, "B'alum" or 'jaguar'!

"B'alum" is a variation of the Mayan warrior archetype, gone female. Leather straps cross the bust under a woven reed breastplate decorated with bird skulls, beads and bright feathers. A leather sash wraps the hips with a bird skull closure, and thick drapes of fine jaguar pelts hang from it. This outfit comes with the top, sculpted collar, skirt, armbands, and shin and arm guards. Available in three leather variations.


Monday, November 22, 2010

New from Fantasia! Pixan!

Guess who has two thumbs and is going to Cancun this week?

So in celebration I've created three Mayan inspired outfits for your roleplay delight. The three teasers can be found at the fountain in front of the store, but today I'm releasing "Pixan" or 'spirit' (in Mayan) into the world.
Enjoy your gift! (If you were in my group)

"Pixan" is a simple cloth camisk with a brightly striped midsection wrap. The edges of the sculpted shoulder cuffs and skirt are marked with Mayan pictographs. Available in 6 colors.


Wednesday, November 10, 2010

New from Fantasia!

"Belted"...does not mean what you think it means! "Belted" is rich brocade fabric, draped over the body and 'belted' with wide bands of silk and braid. Simple, yet pretty, this outfit is available in 5 colors of brocade.


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Friday, November 5, 2010

New from Fantasia! Rosalind!

 New from Fantasia!

I know, I know, I'm late! Trust me, this has been one hell of a week irl. Anyway, on to the cross-dressing!

"Rosalind" is inspired by the outfit worn by the character when disguised as a shephard boy. Each color comes with shorts in both burlap and leather, gathered at the waist with a rope, and a linen shirt clearly meant for a man. Over that is worn a rough plaid jacket with wide sleeves and a sculpted bottom, hiding some curves. Available in 5 colors.


And that's it! I'm done with Shakespeare! I hope you've enjoyed this little themed project. Remember, Broadway and the like aren't the only places to see great theater! Local colleges and the like perform year round so support community theater and go get some culture!