28382Re: [SCA-JML] Fabric
- Sep 9, 2012No peasants? Hmm no one told me that. I knew we couldn't known nobles and I understand not being peasant class, but what of the merchant class? Oh well I'll just save it for my non sca pirate.
As for the bra, that's just personal, thankfully I'm flat chested in nature but I'm not comfortable walking around without a bra or some form of bandage >.>
On Sep 9, 2012, at 1:45 PM, the.lady.phoenix@... wrote:
> Good rule of thumb is to get fabric that is heavy or light enough for
> you to be comfortable in. Natual fabrics preferred. and in case you
> forgot, no peasants in the SCA :).
> Also the Japanese aesthetic is for more flat chested women rather then
> the current standard for big breasts that cause back problems. Just
> saying they didn't wear bras, and even after the western world made
> contact retained that lack of supportive undergarments. Until the
> modern times. Again just saying, and this is just from what I've
> On 08/09/2012, Angela <dragonwithin15@...> wrote:
> > Hello friends,
> > I am thinking of making a sleeveless give (mainly for a pirate persona, but
> > also for peasant-ish clothing) and i dont know what to do about the fabric.
> > Here is the thing, i know next to nothing about fabric. From my
> > understanding it is heavier than regular cotton, but do any of you have any
> > preferences? or can tell me what to look for?
> > again this is for a top that will be worn mainly by itself (with pants of
> > course) so it should be heavy enough to be worn with only a bra or
> > undershrit
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