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Re: A Rennaisance Question
Poster: Mike Dullaghan <firstname.lastname@example.org>
On 04-Nov-98 MCAMEROUN@aol.com wrote:
><< Why do we seem to stear FAR away form all the renaisance styles for garb
>I imagine that it
>is perhaps less popular among men, although I don't know for sure . . . never
>having asked the question.
All of my dress up outfits are approximately 1550-1650 (I don't care
if it's OOP - I've got to have some Cavalier!). It all just looks so
good. Another selling point is that it is often easier for the modern
male to get used to wearing.
I note that many in the rapier community (including myself when I was
still swashing the occasional buckle) dress late period because:
a) That's when duello _was_, and
b) It looks so good.
(I must also admit that my non-dress up garb mostly falls in the
"well, at least it's not _modern_" category.)
Michael the Eclectic, House Falconguard, Barony of Ponte Alto, Atlantia.
Vert, on an inverted chevron or, a reremouse(bat) displayed sable.
Armed man = citizen. Unarmed man = subject.
Of course these are MY opinions! Whattya think, my EMPLOYER
could've thought this stuff up?
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