Seen on the Streets: Nat, Man-about-Town

Character:  Natallan
Class:  Burglar
Kinship:  Clearwater Farm
Player:  Llonwyn

This is the second outfit by good friend Llonwyn that I’m featuring, and while this is simple, I love the color combination to bits.  Nat is an effusive, occasionally troubled young man, an inveterate flirt, a flute-player and actor trying to quickly come to maturity after avoiding it for a good long while.  He likes to look good; he’s not afraid to be seen.  The other night in Broken Cask roleplay, he ended up being flanked by twins wearing sea blue gowns.  Twins.  Scooore.

Pay no attention to the man in front of the curtain.

This is a very dramatic way to look for a lost contact lens.

Heeeeeeey. How YOU doin?

I’m hoping that future cosmetics don’t double up on the belts so much:  with so many belted trousers AND belted tunics/armour, none of our pants will ever fall down by accident, ever.  If you have questions about Nat’s specific items, please leave a comment!

Thank you, Nat!

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3 thoughts on “Seen on the Streets: Nat, Man-about-Town

  1. Ahahahaha, so true about the belts. 😛

    I really like the colour combo in this outfit too, and it looks like clothing that someone would actually, you know, put on and wear. Compliments to Llonwyn! 🙂

  2. Thanks! ‘looks like clothing that someone would actually wear’ is probably the best compliment ever! I find often the trick is to use at least two different dyes (one a neutral, one a brighter color). Rarely are people perfectly matched and flawlessly color coordinated. I actually saw someone in this exact same combo and color scheme, right down to the last detail, not two days after I first put this on Nat…now I’m not sure if he saw me or if the stars aligned and we came up with the exact same thing, but hey, feels good either way. 😀

    —Llonwyn, who used to do this sort of thing for a living

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