Item:Backless periwinkle bourde wedding gown
|backless periwinkle bourde wedding gown|
|Look:||Thin stripes of tone-on-tone periwinkle bourde adorn the entire gown making faint patterns reminiscent of spiderwebs. The steel-boned corset presents a severe hourglass figure, and a cut-away design exposes the shoulder blades and spine when worn. Silver laces crisscross the open back, the vine-styled lengths securing the garment in place while a wide, sweeping train of peacock feathers flares out from the waist, the iridescent-sheened flue and plumule mirroring the subtle color play in the fabric.|
|Appraised Cost:|| 952,500 Kronars|
|Capacity:||3 length x 2 width x 2 height (10 stones)|
|Sources:||Source is Leth Deriel Faire 416 raffles|
- STUDY: Thinking about the gown, you wonder if you might not be able to: ADJUST, CLEAN, CURTSY, TIE, DANCE, PAT, RUB and SHAKE it.
- ADJUST: You carefully adjust the fit of your wedding gown, making sure the fabric falls perfectly into place.
- CLEAN: You flick a bit of lint off of your wedding gown, making sure you look presentable.
- CURTSY: Picking up the skirt of your wedding gown carefully, you dip into a deep curtsy. Your etiquette teacher would be proud!
- TIE: You fiddle with the fastenings on your wedding gown, making sure everything is properly secured.
- DANCE: You dance about the area with a series of twirls, making the skirting of your wedding gown flare around you.
- PAT: You gently pat your wedding gown in nervous anticipation.
- RUB: You slide your hands down your wedding gown, smoothing out the fabric.
- SHAKE: You shake your wedding gown angrily, stomping about the area.