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  • shelbystein
    I like this medieval period -- cut out everything in life that wasn t fun or positive -- that sounds good! I wish life were like that I m relieved also
    Message 1 of 6 , Jan 30, 2013
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      I like this medieval period -- cut out everything in life that wasn't fun or positive -- that sounds good! I wish life were like that <lol>
      I'm relieved also because I happen to own one costume and it is definitely a lady's costume -- it's more like the garb of a queen than a serf. I suppose I could just leave off the headrress. I don't know much about what the various headdresses signify, and I know there's different crowns and whatnot for people of different ranks, but I don't know how to determine if my costume is "appropriate."
    • Alison Choyce
      If you have cool headdress, I would use it! We love stuff like that. Alison ... [Non-text portions of this message have been removed]
      Message 2 of 6 , Jan 31, 2013
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        If you have cool headdress, I would use it! We love stuff like that.
        Alison
        On Jan 31, 2013 9:50 AM, "shelbystein" <shelbystein@...> wrote:

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        > I like this medieval period -- cut out everything in life that wasn't fun
        > or positive -- that sounds good! I wish life were like that
        > I'm relieved also because I happen to own one costume and it is definitely
        > a lady's costume -- it's more like the garb of a queen than a serf. I
        > suppose I could just leave off the headrress. I don't know much about what
        > the various headdresses signify, and I know there's different crowns and
        > whatnot for people of different ranks, but I don't know how to determine if
        > my costume is "appropriate."
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      • Ian Green
        Head Dresses are fine. Stay away from anything that could reasonably be interpreted as a Crown. When you find your local people, show them what you have, and
        Message 3 of 6 , Jan 31, 2013
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          Head Dresses are fine. Stay away from anything that could reasonably be
          interpreted as a Crown. When you find your local people, show them what
          you have, and ask. Nobody is going to get upset by you asking.

          Yours in Service,

          Ian the Green

          On Thu, Jan 31, 2013 at 10:59 AM, Alison Choyce <greenfaere@...>wrote:

          > If you have cool headdress, I would use it! We love stuff like that.
          > Alison
          > On Jan 31, 2013 9:50 AM, "shelbystein" <shelbystein@...> wrote:
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          > > I like this medieval period -- cut out everything in life that wasn't fun
          > > or positive -- that sounds good! I wish life were like that
          > > I'm relieved also because I happen to own one costume and it is
          > definitely
          > > a lady's costume -- it's more like the garb of a queen than a serf. I
          > > suppose I could just leave off the headrress. I don't know much about
          > what
          > > the various headdresses signify, and I know there's different crowns and
          > > whatnot for people of different ranks, but I don't know how to determine
          > if
          > > my costume is "appropriate."
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        • D'vorah bint Da'ud
          ... …As long as it s not a crown, coronet, or circlet that could be confused for a crown. If you wear one, very well-meaning people will be helpfully
          Message 4 of 6 , Jan 31, 2013
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            On 31 Jan 2013, at 7:59 AM, Alison Choyce wrote:

            > If you have cool headdress, I would use it! We love stuff like that.
            > Alison

            …As long as it's not a crown, coronet, or circlet that could be confused for a crown. If you wear one, very well-meaning people will be helpfully suggesting that it's not appropriate yet.
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          • Shelby Stein
              There is a circle of material on top that sits over the veil.  Could that be interpreted as a crown? ________________________________ From: D vorah bint
            Message 5 of 6 , Jan 31, 2013
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              There is a circle of material on top that sits over the veil.  Could that be interpreted as a crown?


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              From: D'vorah bint Da'ud <dvorah@...>
              To: scanewcomers@yahoogroups.com
              Sent: Thursday, January 31, 2013 3:34 PM
              Subject: Re: [SCA Newcomers] Serfs


              On 31 Jan 2013, at 7:59 AM, Alison Choyce wrote:

              > If you have cool headdress, I would use it! We love stuff like that.
              > Alison

              …As long as it's not a crown, coronet, or circlet that could be confused for a crown. If you wear one, very well-meaning people will be helpfully suggesting that it's not appropriate yet.
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              D'vorah bint Da'ud
              Protégé to Meister Albrecht Waldfurster, OP
              Gyldenholt, Caid (Orange, CA)
              dvorah@...
              http://www.consensualreality.net/sca
              Twitter: @DvorahSCA
              Facebook: D'vorah bint Da'ud

              If you have a parrot, and don't teach it to say "Help, they've trapped me in the body of a parrot!" you are wasting everyone's time.
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            • D'vorah bint Da'ud
              ... Fabric? No, not even a little. :) Circles of metal might be iffy, so ask someone with more experience/time in the SCA to advise. Circles of leather or wood
              Message 6 of 6 , Jan 31, 2013
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                On 31 Jan 2013, at 2:45 PM, Shelby Stein wrote:

                > There is a circle of material on top that sits over the veil. Could that be interpreted as a crown?

                Fabric? No, not even a little. :) Circles of metal might be iffy, so ask someone with more experience/time in the SCA to advise. Circles of leather or wood might be, if they are pointed or embattled (look like castle crenellations). But a fabric circle should be just peachy!
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                D'vorah bint Da'ud
                Protégé to Meister Albrecht Waldfurster, OP
                Gyldenholt, Caid (Orange, CA)
                dvorah@...
                http://www.consensualreality.net/sca
                Twitter: @DvorahSCA
                Facebook: D'vorah bint Da'ud

                If you have a parrot, and don't teach it to say "Help, they've trapped me in the body of a parrot!" you are wasting everyone's time.
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