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Princess in Exile Dress

A16068

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Legend

Despite what some may claim, an exiled princess is still a princess. Nobility is not about the fleeting things: flaunted luxury, superficial loyalties… nobility is something more, found in the flawless poise of the leading class. It is an ability to hold one’s head high as well as maintain dignity and self-esteem regardless of circumstances. In harsh conditions, however, one must adapt. As the princess flees the kingdom she knows she must wear a garment that is equally beautiful and practical – standards must not fall simply because one is in exile.

Description

This is a dress of reliable, simple and practical design, crafted from fine materials. As the princess sits by a campfire in a cold forest, embarks on a long trip on horseback and navigates a busy marketplace, she is equally comfortable in her clothing. While her spirit may be dampened, the crestfallen princess is held up by suitable clothing that leaves no doubts as to who she is. The elegance of the trim shows her unparalleled sense of taste whilst not appearing tacky – the refined appearance is firm evidence of her high status. The simple cotton fabric is used as the main material, which makes the dress more versatile. The trim around the plunging neckline, sleeves and bottom of the dress adds an exquisite air of nobility. This dress is made to make everyone look like a princess: a side-lacing bodice gently hugs the wearer's figure for a perfect fit and flatters every silhouette. Puffed sleeves are one of the distinctive features that make the dress recognizable, and well-fitted buttoned sleeves guarantee practicality on various occasions.

Materials

  • Cotton
  • Exclusive trim

Characteristics

  • Deep triangular decollete
  • Ample puffed sleeves
  • High and tight cuffs with tiny buttons
  • Lateral laced slits
  • Thickened bodice

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Renaissance

By many accounts, the Renaissance can be seen as the natural extension of the medieval era, but it also saw a resurgence of thoughts, texts and influences from Antiquity, with sweeping changes in art, philosophy and science inspired by humanism, recent innovations and a rediscovery of ancient ideas.
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Nobles & Merchants

In LARP, nobles and merchants characters are sharing some similarities, often conflated together by stereotypes and caricatural cliches. We all saw those pompous, hedonistic, prideful and self-important characters despising everything that is common or bellow them, shunning physical work and boasting with an almost cartoonish sense of entitlement.
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