Item:Cream-colored silk wedding gown with a long fan-tail train
|cream-colored silk wedding gown with a long fan-tail train|
|Look:||Delicate embroidery in ivory thread covers the surface of this fitted gown. The stitches form repeating wave patterns designed to enhance the curves of the wearer subtly without drawing overt attention to any one feature. The train is longer than the gown itself, and parts up the center in a unique V-shape, bringing to mind the contour of the tail of an exotic fish.|
|Appraised Cost:|| 90,000 Kronars|
|Dimensions:||12 length x 8 width x 1 height|
|Sources:||Source is MegaSafari 413 game prizes, Basket of colored darts|
- STUDY: Thinking about the gown, you wonder if you might not be able to ADJUST, ARRANGE, BITE, CLEAN, CLUTCH, CURTSY, ROLL, FIDGET, FLIP, KICK, PAT, PINCH, RUB, SHAKE, STRUT, TIE, WAVE, and YANK it.
- ADJUST: Carefully you adjust your wedding gown, making sure the fabric falls perfectly.
- ARRANGE: You slide your hands down your wedding gown, smoothing the fabric.
- BITE: Idly, you chew thoughtfully on the sleeve of your wedding gown.
- CLEAN: You pick stray strings and dirt spots off of your wedding gown, endeavoring to make sure the fabric is spotless.
- CLUTCH: You grip the fabric of your wedding gown, gathering it tightly about your body.
- CURTSY: Picking up the skirt of your wedding gown carefully, you dip down low in a curtsy. Your etiquette teacher would be proud!
- ROLL: Idly, you roll the fabric of your wedding gown between your thumb and forefinger.
- FIDGET: You idly spin in a circle, making the skirt of your wedding gown flare out.
- FLIP: You flip up the bottom edge of your wedding gown.
- KICK: You kick up with one leg, causing the skirt of your wedding gown to billow out.
- PAT: You gently pat your wedding gown, pressing out a wrinkle.
- PINCH: You pinch your wedding gown, crushing the fabric between your fingers.
- RUB: You rub the sleeve of your wedding gown against the skirt, removing a small dirt spot.
- SHAKE: You shake your wedding gown, settling it around your body.
- STRUT: You throw your shoulders back and strut around, your wedding gown flouncing around you.
- TIE: You fiddle with the fastenings on your wedding gown.
- WAVE: You fan the edge of your sleeve in front of your face, attempting to cool off.
- YANK: Tugging on one side of your wedding gown, you straighten the gown on your body.