Cosmetic Lotro

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So it’s Fashion Week, and I have the honor of hosting Coupon Codes for two free dye colors at the Lotro Store! You can find these codes in the left side bar of this blog. To help you get inspired I will post two outfits during Fashion Week using these colors as their main theme.
My favorite dye color is black. Black is always stylish and black evens out all wishy washy background colours that we sometimes find on armour, so it’s both beautiful and useful. Since it’s Fashion Week, looking fancy is way more important than the practical aspects of your outfit, so a huntress in a robe is just perfect for the occasion!

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The hat and shoulders are part of the Ost Dunhoth Minstrel set, which can be bought with medallions at Harndirion or can be purchased as cosmetics from the Mannequins for the duration of this patch (10). If you are like me you probably received a load of Mithril Coins with the conversion of Festival Tickets and Travel Writs, so if you’re wondering what to do with those, grabbing some of those Mannequin sets might be a good idea.
I hope you all participate in the Fashion Screenshot Contest this week because I count on you to give us a really hard time judging all the entries for the Fashionista’s Choice Award!

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Head: Voice of the West Hat, black dye (Ost Dunhoth Minstrel set or cosmetic)
Shoulders: Voice of the West Shoulders, orange dye (Ost Dunhoth Minstrel set or cosmetic)
Chest: Runemaker’s Armour, black dye (Barad Guldur Runekeeper’s set level 65, Classic Vendor)
Hands: Fingerless Gloves, black dye (Yule Festival cosmetic)
Feet: Reclaimed Nobleman’s Shoes, black dye (Great River quest reward, light)
Back: Fancy Quiver, black dye (Trestlebridge outfitter cosmetic)

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4 comments

  1. Looking good! I really like the bright white of the shoulders, hat feather and the leaves on the front of the robe. Great use of the quiver too!

    Am I doing the math wrong, or are the mannequin outfits quite a bit more affordable now? 20 mithril coins = about 200 TP for a complete outfit, whereas before U10 they were something like 750 TP per outfit?

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