The Medieval Fairy Forest French Lieutenant's Woman

posted by Gidge Uriza

I received a wonderful array of Role Play style medieval garments from Elegance a while back and with my RL move and all, it took me a while to get a chance to show them to you.  The Persimmon set features an array of options, pants, cape, scrolls (scripted and unscripted), hood, boots, shoes etc….to fit your needs.  If you like to role play, or dress up in beautifully detailed medieval clothes just for grins – this is a great set. Well worth the investment, because of the myriad of options you get for outfits.

Beware little bunnies, this girl is armed!

And I knew this Rapunzel hair I got back at Free Speerit when all their hair was free would come in handy some day.

I do not have the slurl to this store  – but when I log In World later I will pick it up and add it to this post – this is a great set for Medieval Role Play or just lovely elegant dressing – especially if you like some Wicked Boleyn Sleeves. 🙂

All Photography by Cajsa Lilliehook of MDR Studios

Click here to view the rest of the shoot shot on location at the Happy Mood Sim !

Just an UPDATE – This is the SLURL to Mer Elf Creations who make the dress

and their notes about the entire set – see I TOLD you it has tons of options!

Includes 7 different gowns, one pants outfit, a cloak with hood and mask, 2 headresses, and 3 different scripted belts ( scroll is scripted w/o amenu, with a menu, and unscripted version), a pair of prim high heleed slouch sculpy boots, and prim ladys shoes. The belt is very high prim and detailed. It has vials, pouch, lockpics, rope, grappling hook, and water skin. The gowns textures are lovely and they are scripted so your legs wont show trough when you sit.


Fashion Details
Shape – Gidge Custom Shape
Skin – Peppermint Blue Chestnut Skin
Eyes – FNKY – Purple Rain
Hair – Free Speerit – Rapunzel – Auburn
All Clothes and Shoes – Elegance – Persimmon Set
Nails – Adam N Eve – Coffee Bean

One thought on “The Medieval Fairy Forest French Lieutenant's Woman

  1. lindsaybrown

    just wanted to say i loved this post! alot of fun but still has that slightly sinister and uncertain edge of fairytale and japanese symbolism … there was also three endings to the french lieutenants woman, so something is always left to the imagination, or (like fairytale) to the morality of the reader… although i’m never quite sure what morality is, as the boundaries always seem to shift depending on the cultural setting…

    so thanks again for a really enjoyable and creative viewing experience! … but i must stop commenting, and looking at photography, as i’m not getting any of my own work done!


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