This is the last outfit for a while using this headpiece! I promise! Anyways, I actually had a really hard time building an outfit around this chest-piece, the tunic of the leaf-turner. It’s a gorgeous piece, but it does have a bit of an awkward shape, which in my opinion made it hard to turn into either a practical looking outfit or a more ceremonial looking one. I went for the more “elf-ranger” look.
I ended up really pleased with how this outfit turned out. I like the muted rust color paired with the more vibrant gold – it evokes a sense of wealth and luxury that I associate with elves, while also having a sort of…serious vibe? If that makes any sense.
Lothlorien is also a relatively hard place to take pictures in. There’s just…so much shade.
This outfit had some challenges, one of which surprisingly was finding the best model, which I ended up deciding was a female elf. NOT a female high elf – that outfit just looked a little too bulky for what I was after (likely due to the fact that high elves have a more open stance, a sort of “stronger” looking stance).
So yeah. This outfit…was a piece of work. But I like it 🙂
Outfit: Head: Time-Worn Headpiece (orange – rust would work as well) Shoulders: Tactical Shoulder Pads fo the Golden Wood (rust) Back: Cloak of the Autumn Sage (rust) Chest: Tunic of the Leaf-Turner (default) Hands: Gauntlets of the Lady’s Power (rust) Feet: Boots of the Lady’s Power (rust)
Warsteed: Head: Mask of the Autumn Sage’s Bearance (default) Body: Caparison of the Autumn Sage’s Bearance Saddle: Saddle of the Autumn Sage’s Bearance