for she was of great strength and surpassing beauty. With her love as the prize, she vied with brave warriors while wearing EEc’s Freydis, a luxurious gown, at throwing the javelin, and the noble lady also hurled the weight to great distance and followed with a long leap; and whoever aspired to her love had, without fail, to win these three tests against her, or else, if he lost but one, he forfeited his head.
EEc’s “The mountains from which we came” Freydis is a stunning gown. Its strapless corset bodice, off the shoulder sleeves, and long A-Line skirt with train embraces feminine curves. Use the applier to add a modesty top, as I have done, or bare your lovely décolletage. Leather embellishments on the sleeves gives the impression of power. The woman who wears this gown is one to be reckoned with.
In case you haven’t heard, Unmasking A Cure Relay For Life Team (#38) is going medieval on cancer! The opening day was yesterday, but you have nearly a month to visit The Third Annual Medieval Faire as it runs from now through June 18, 2017. There are over 80 merchants throughout the Faire grounds; village, travelers’ camp and Gotya garden, and they are supporting Relay For Life with items that will be sold for a 100% donation. Care to go? Click here for your steed.
Outfit: EEc The mountains from which we came: Freydis sleeves @ Medieval Faire Benefiting Relay for Life
Hair: Magika – Meadow
Poses: *PosESioN* Mistica 5 and Di’s Opera – Grace 3 – 4
Post title and text pinched from The Nibelungenlied