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I miss the old thread from the old forum, time to start a new one.

Who couldn't look authntic and sexy in this frock?
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only if I can be a medieval princess

http://cgi.ebay.co.uk/NEW-MEDIEVAL-RENAISSANCE-PRINCESS-COSTUME_W0QQitemZ9307571175QQcategoryZ58449QQrdZ1QQcmdZViewItem

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And likewise, there's this fabulous pattern for a Tudor coat.

With real Tudors.

:shock:

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Karen Larsdatter wrote:And likewise, there's this fabulous pattern for a Tudor coat.

With real Tudors.

:shock:


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Karen Larsdatter wrote:And likewise, there's this fabulous pattern for a Tudor coat.

With real Tudors.

:shock:


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Well there's flights of fancy and then there's flights of fancy - er................. that one isn't quite flying..................!!!!"


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A medieval re-enactment dress made in velvet that is even duller than a working womans kirtle???? Mmmmm.... :wink:
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I loved the coat ... umm??

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All errgh ness aside, the amount of work needed to produce that must be admirable! Still wouldn't want it, however!
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The coat...? What was the 'woodcut' that was on the e-bay page too?

The princess one at least had the decency to have the words 'Totally Toytastic' splashed across it.
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bargain of the week...
ebay item no: 330006659663

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medieval clothes for a man such as used in the 'Sealed knot'


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I'm not sure it is you Dickie but the resemblance is striking!

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Okay, I can understand that one as I am often asked if I am in the sealed knot, being as what I do medieval.

I can even understand the mixing up of Tudor, goth, medieval and edwardian to get the goths to buy.

But can someone explain this link to me?

XL CLEOPATRA COSTUME/MEDIEVAL/FANCY DRESS
Item number: 190008520340

If so, I will give you this.
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11th century coptic prostitute-wear?


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Just seeing medieval and sealed knot in the same item description makes you just KNOW what it's going to be like!

Loved the green medieval dress - as a dressing gown hee hee! "mieowww"
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http://cgi.ebay.co.uk/ws/eBayISAPI.dll? ... R4_PCN_BIX

love the boots ha ha!!! and his 'sexy' look ho ho ho *can't stop laughing*
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oh yes, at least it has the decency to say 'fancy dress' :lol:

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How I laughed!!

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that some sort of new fangled s&m wedding? was he a gimp or something else *shudders*
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"no reserve"

probably a wise move...
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Damn you lot. The secret about my costume for The Wedding is out now. :shock:
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It'll suit you, dearie. :shock:
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Well, at least it'll cover my ugly mug... :mrgreen:
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