Item:Fluttery skirt with a glittery gauze overlay

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fluttery <color> <fabric> skirt with a glittery gauze overlay
Look: The full layers of the skirt are strewn with delicately embroidered <flower> blossoms.
Weight: 10 stones
Appraised Cost: 106,250 Kronars
85,000 Lirums
76,670 Dokoras
106.25 LTBpoints
106.25 Tickets
106.25 Scrips
Special Properties:
  • This item is a container or has pockets.
  • This item is worn in the pants slot.
  • This item has more than normal or unusual verbs.
Dimensions: 8 length x 5 width x 1 height
Capacity: 3 length x 1 width x 1 height (10 stones)
Sources: Source is Hollow Eve Festival 436/Game prizes
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Verbs

  • STUDY: Studying your skirt, you think you could PUSH, PULL, NUDGE, KICK, SALUTE, LEAP, RAISE, SHAKE, SHOW, SPIN, SWING, TURN, or WAVE it.
  • PUSH: You push your <fabric> skirt tight against your waist, making it flutter like the wings of some brilliant butterfly.
  • PULL: Moving in a rhythmic circle, you swish your <fabric> skirt quickly side-to-side, creating a blur of color and motion as you dance.
  • NUDGE: You swing your right elbow, bowing and winking first to your right, then to your left.
  • KICK: You begin a lively galliard, kicking with your right foot then your left, showing a bit of the skirt's glitter and <fabric> lining. You repeat both kicks and end with a leap into the air, landing with your right foot advanced.
  • SALUTE: Arms outstretched, you fan your voile skirt wide, fluttering like the wings of some brilliant glitter and <fabric> butterfly.
  • LEAP: In a flow of sinuous movement, you execute a series of graceful little leaps, landing neatly in a last flourish of skirts.
  • RAISE: Raising the hem of your skirt slightly, you start a swift double branle, stepping left, bringing your feet together and kicking. Your skirt flashes with glitters and <fabrics> as you step to the right and finish by bringing your feet together with a sharp stamp.
  • SHAKE: You shake your skirt, sending highlights of glitter racing over its <fabric> folds, making it snap in time with the stamp of your foot, ending with a drumming of your heels and a sudden stop.
  • SHOW: You show the full width of your <fabric> skirt, from the glitters on one side to the <fabrics> on the other, fanning it out as you start the dance step called a simple. You bend your knees and take a short step, then rise up with a longer step. You end with a reverence, bowing low.
  • SPIN: In a single lissome motion, you go high on your toes to whirl in a pirouette that sends your <fabric> skirt flashing out in a gossamer circle all around you.
  • SWING: With a grin and a wink, you playfully swing your <fabric> skirt, lifting it just enough to show a flash of ankle as you sashay into a leisurely turn.
  • TURN: You turn your skirt in a blaze of glitters as you sway to your right and make a deep curtsy, then turn again to your left, swaying gracefully and ending with the same low reverence.
  • WAVE: Sweeping your skirt to the left, you follow it with a step by your left foot that sends its hem flying to reveal glitter and <fabric> stripes. You complete a graceful branle single by bringing your right foot to the left.

Variations

An example is fluttery charcoal voile skirt with a glittery gauze overlay.

Bolded materials are rare and required for alterations.

Colors
  • absinthe-green
  • abyssal black
  • amber
  • amethyst
  • apple-green
  • apricot
  • ashy grey
  • aubergine
  • auburn
  • azure
  • beige
  • black
  • blood-red
  • blue-green
  • bone-white
  • brown
  • buff
  • buttercup
  • butterscotch
  • buttery yellow
  • camel
  • canary-yellow
  • caramel
  • celestial-blue
  • cerulean
  • champagne
  • charcoal
  • chartreuse
  • cherry
  • chestnut
  • cinnabar
  • cinnamon
  • claret
  • cobalt
  • copper
  • cornflower
  • cream
  • crimson
  • dappled gray
  • ebon
  • ecru
  • eggshell
  • foggy grey
  • forest-green
  • fuchsia
  • fuschia
  • gabardine
  • golden brown
  • goldenrod
  • hunter-green
  • indigo
  • ivory
  • jade
  • lavender
  • lemon-yellow
  • lilac
  • lime-green
  • magenta
  • malachite
  • mango
  • marigold
  • maroon
  • mauve
  • melon
  • midnight-blue
  • mint
  • mossy green
  • mulberry
  • navy
  • nomlas
  • oceanic blue
  • ochre
  • orchid
  • periwinkle
  • persimmon
  • pitch-black
  • plum
  • powdery blue
  • rainbow
  • royal-blue
  • russet
  • sable
  • saffron
  • sanguine
  • sea-blue
  • sea-green
  • sienna
  • silvery blue
  • silvery white
  • slate
  • snowy white
  • tangerine
  • teal
  • titan
  • titian
  • turquoise
  • ultramarine
  • umber
  • verdant
  • violet
  • viridian
  • white
Fabrics
Flowers