If you are only bringing 2 outfits to An Tir Crown, I suggest something
lighter for daytime wear and something warmer for the evenings as the nights
are chilly up here in Montengarde. Layers are a must.
When I pack for events, I usually have some lighter "working clothes" even
if its just my Chemise and Kirtle then at least one over dress for wandering
outside of camp and to court. For indoor events my household is known for
the number of times in a day we change our outfits, so pairing down to
travel to an event is usually an interesting excersie in frustration.
On Wed, May 13, 2009 at 9:04 AM, Vicky Eisenstadt <alysounJ@...>wrote:
> On Wed, May 13, 2009 at 10:53 AM, azya_19 <azya_19@...<azya_19%40yahoo.com>>
> > Anyone else have the problem of never knowing what to take to wear at a
> > camping event? It's Crown this weekend up here in An Tir, and I haven't
> > started packing.
> > My issue is that my persona is Elizabethan, and I have about six full
> > to choose from...and I'm not sure how to narrow it down to just two.
> > I hate choosing. :P
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