Concern by Gloomy Birdy: Why do some lady use a coon tail tucked into the back again of her skirt at a renaissance fair?
I was not long ago at the ren fest in Shakopee MN, and noticed many females with raccoon tails tucked in the back of their skirts. I have been unable to find it this has any importance. Does any person know? Many thanks so significantly!
Solution by tori_lynn_1904
im asking yourself wassup with that too
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Check out these renaissance costume images:
Image by Davide Cassenti
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1530s Renaissance Court Dress
Image by Sacheverelle
Lovely lass at a hat shop at the Arizona Renaissance Fair
Image by Alaskan Dude
I had the chance to attend the Arizona Renaissance Fair (ARF) outside of Apache Junction, Arizona in February 2011. I’ve wanted to attend this for a long time and finally pulled it off. I was there for the Sunday and President’s Day Monday show – Sunday was cold and rainy without very many people in the audience while Monday was nice, sunny, and swarming with people.
The acts were incredible – I’m always amazed at people’s creativity since I have none of my own. In this set I’ve included some of the acts, other performers in costume, and other folks just taking in the Fair.
If you really want to check out some great ARF photos, look at Grant Brummett’s photos on Flickr. Grant has a knack for capturing the spirit of the Ren Fair and his photography is incredible!
Question by Shadow and Flame Armory: does any one particular know of a good reputable internet site or individual that makes customized medieval helmets?
I am trying to locate somebody with knowledge and reliability that will custom make a medieval helmet.
I have all ready checked my nearby Renaissance Fest and didn’t have considerably luck.
Any aid would be appreciated! Many thanks!
Response by Boromir
No I do not sorry
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