yes, but this year was the first year i dressed up. I want to take a few acting lessons before I audition.
Yeah I think I'd have fun at the dentist if that guy were there!Originally Posted by purrpelle
I had fun dressed up this year because I was with this guy:Attachment 8164
and everyone wanted our picture!!!(well, his picture. the rest of us were just accessories.)
womens fashion was so much more flattering back then. but complicated.Originally Posted by skylark
I fell in love with RenFaire in Tuxedo, NY, last year over Labor Day. Kind of funny how it happened, too. I found a gorgeous royal Rennaisance dress for $2 at a garage sale, and naturally I wanted to wear it somewhere. One of my friends was in grad school in Nyack, so I drove out to visit her and go to the RenFaire together.
I have a picture around here somewhere. My dress is really heavy. It's purple velvet with sleeves that widen to nearly three feet across. I wore two crinolines under it, flower pins in my hair, and a medieval crucifix necklace. (Oddly enough, the necklace was made in Israel.)
Because of this thread, I got to looking around the net and found a Ren Faire this weekend that's an hour and a half from me.I totally want to go and snag a friend or two. It's free admission, too! Gas and a packed lunch is all it would cost.... my oh my.
don't forget the kilts.Originally Posted by skylark
Hmm. I'm not sure I agree. Some outfits, yes, were much more flattering. Others would be uncomfy for me to wearthe ones where the cleavage is just all hanging out there. My renfaire dress is perfect for me square neckline, perfect fit, great lines to accentuate the best parts of my figure. I think it was made at a theater costume shop.
And men in tight pants. Oh yes.
thank ye, fair maiden of the midwest!Step lively, me lady, for ye shall enjoy yourself! That's awesome!
I don't understand what you are talking about in this post. can you elaborate?Originally Posted by truepeacenik
hear, hear and huzzah. If you are sitting in Golden Corral, the freaking bad fake accent can go!
as we said at Waxhachie, "damn, dude, the beer's in the pickup truck."
and I don't care if you are a Laurel. I have a life.