Hobbits can get away with a lot more funny, extravagant, colourful and original outfits than elves or man, or even dwarves. At least, that is how I look at it. There are a number of outfits in Lotro that are not appropriate for a man, but look extremely good on a hobbit. One of those items is the “Riddle Master’s Hat”, a light armour quest reward from Bilbo in Rivendell (the same model was repeated in last Spring Festival’s Spring-Flinger Hat in different colours). I think the same can be said about the Dwarf-make Shirt and Pants, a cosmetic that you can buy from the outfitter in Thorin’s Hall. I would just never use it on an elf.
Shirt-and-Pants, Dresses and Tunic type of cosmetics do not allow for gloves or boots, which is a shame because that means there is less room for accents. This entire outfit consists of only two pieces, yet still looks great because of the colourful design.
Chest: Dwarf-make Shirt and Pants, Evendim blue dye
Head: Riddle Master’s Hat, Evendim blue dye
My Loremaster uses the Dwarf-Make Shirt and Pants, dyed the same as you have here, with a Paladin Took’s hat also dyed that color. It matches pretty well with his Yule festival horse.
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