This outfit has been lingering in my library for a while and now that I have returned from my Summer vacation it’s time to post it! I haven’t gotten back into playing Lotro a lot yet. I did some Farmer’s Faire festival quests, purchased all new cosmetics but haven’t found the courage to try any of the new content yet. I think when Summer is really over and the days start getting longer, I will be playing more again and create more outfits.
When I revived my blog on a whim last year it inspired a lot of creativity, and I still go through these bouts where I create several new outfits all at once. I am really glad I started mainting my blog again and enjoy sharing outfits with all Lotro cosmetics fans, but I am unable to maintain any kind of a fixed posting schedule. A new outfit always comes from a wave of inspiration and I have no control over those whatsoever.
So today I am sharing my latest elf huntress outfit. I’ve been wanting to use this chestpiece for a while because I love the subtle floral print. Combined with the shoulder piece and the quiver that matches the pattern, it becomes a feminine yet comfortable ensemble.
Head: Woodland Crown, default (Yule Festival cosmetic)
Shoulders: Supple Wildermore Shoulderpads, Belegaer blue dye (T8 tailoring recipe)
Chest: Padded Waistcoat of the Towers, sienna dye (High-enchanter barter)
Hands: Storyteller’s Fur-lined Gloves, Belegaer blue dye (Dunland quest reward)
Feet: Boots of the Wild Hills, Belegaer blue dye (Seasonal cosmetics vendor Bree Fountain)
Back: Silvan Quiver, (Lotro store)
I have been subscribing your blog for years and each screenshot is breathtaking 🙂 I wonder if you are a photographer in real life because you have an extraordinary sense for beautiful shots
Awww thank you so much for your kind words! I am not a photographer but I am a painter and love to paint human figures as well as abstracts combining colors and shapes. Maybe I just have a slightly artistic eye. 🙂
the sienna and pale blue match the area perfectly, she looks like she really belongs there. Well done!
Thank you dear Gloredh!