Sorry it's been so long, I feel like I'm either working or sleeping and time just disappears down a dark hole! I really thought it had only been two weeks since I posted--- but it's been a whole month! My apologies! Here is Base E modelling an outfit from Elib, one of the south-eastern countries. Elib is a flat, temperate country with plenty of good grazing. They are most known for excellent saddle-horses. This outfit would be worn by an Eliban horsewoman. Riding astride is preferred so a short split skirt covers trousers and riding boots. A stitched vest is worn over a soft linen shirt.
Here is another outfit from Berynd. We saw the same one on Base"F" a few weeks ago.
Aran is a north-western country bordering the sea. The weather tends to be cooler, featuring harsh, wet winters and mild, wet summers. Most seasons bring cause for laying clothes and covering your hair.
These are two variations of typical Aranian daywear. A long sleeved shift is covered by a woolen tunic. The off-center closure is the current fashion. In winter a heavy wool scarf keeps the wearer warm, in the summer light fabrics from Serach and other eastern countries provide protection from the sun.
About the Artist
I'm a full time veterinary technician who enjoys winding down by creating beautiful costumes and recreating historical outfits on paper.
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