Re: Help - Renaissance OTR Clothing - Lady & the Fool
- I will give you a recommendation...a very high one.
I have known you but have been out of touch for several years due to moving to Oklahoma.
You supplied several outfits for my wedding over..hmmm...almost 15 years ago and the guild was impressed enough that they approuched both sets of parents to inquire if they were looking to join a guild to do faire.
You have quality work at a very good price too.
How are you doing Debbie? How are the girls? Email me privately, I would love to see you when I am in California for the summer.
Jennifer Manning Cinocco
--- In CGWcostumers@yahoogroups.com, Debbie Russ <temperance@...> wrote:
> I have Lady & the Fool Renaissance Clothing located in Gardena, South
> Calif. We carry over 300 bodices in stock, skirts, chemises, breeches,
> Jerkins and accessories. http://www.ladyandthefool.com We have
> authentic clothing, bodices are boned and reversible. Open Wed-Sat
> 11:00-6:00, dressing rooms close at 5:30. And even better we are having
> a big sale too!
> Lynn- Did you forget about me?
> On 4/14/2010 5:21 PM, Lynn Downward wrote:
> > I've worn aHeart's Delight bodice and they are NOT comfortable (had to
> > work a trade for my boss). Suggest anyone but them for a bodice,
> > although the skirts are swirly and fun to wear. They work hard to give
> > people the boobs on a plate look - uncomfortable and unflattering for
> > anyone beyond a B cup. I actually asked for a larger size than they
> > offered me and my sales person wouldn't let me have it. She insisted
> > that "this is the correct size, we just need to get you in it that
> > first time." It even screwed up my back because I was standing so
> > poorly in the bodice.
> > If the person who produces their clothes is on this group, I apologize
> > for bashing your clothes, but you have to hear it from someone. They
> > aren't period and they aren't comfortable.
> > Lynn
> > On Wed, Apr 14, 2010 at 3:35 PM, Elizabeth Reed
> > <chartreusekitty@... <mailto:chartreusekitty@...>> wrote:
> > There is a vendor's list for the Renaissance Faire here:
> > http://www.renfair.com/socal/thefaire/artisans.asp
> > <http://www.renfair.com/socal/thefaire/artisans.asp>
> > A google search for renaissance clothes or costumes should yield
> > loads of returns.
> > I know this is vague or may seem obvious, but there is so much out
> > there, and at such a huge price range and variance in styles, it's
> > hard to recommend just one or two sites.
> > -Elizabeth
> > On Wed, Apr 14, 2010 at 3:17 PM, Lorri <ms_gwyn@...
> > <mailto:ms_gwyn@...>> wrote:
> > Hello All,
> > I need your help!
> > A friend of mine just sent out a plea on FB about wanting to
> > purchase Ren clothes off the rack....since I'm not
> > knowledgeable in this particular area, I was hoping that
> > someone here would be, I know that most of you have sewn your
> > Ren clothing...but perhaps you guys have some good ideas...
> > Thank you in advance.
> > Lorri