I often get requests for outfits that a low level character or new player could wear. Outfits that someone could wear even though they don’t have access to most of the cool looking armour options Lotro has to offer. My hope with this guide is that I can help take the frustration out of creating an outfit for the new player and encourage you to find a unique and stylish look that fits your character perfectly.
- Part 1 of this guide will be an inventory of pieces a character between the levels of 1-20 will most likely have access to.
- Part 2 of this guide will be several outfit options I’ve put together using the items I listed.
The votes are in and Hymne, Frey and myself have picked the winners of the 2011 Yule Outfit Contest!
This was such a fun experience. Thank you to everyone who submitted an outfit, I loved looking at each and everyone of them! Continue reading
The 2011 Yule Outfit Contest is now closed. Keep an eye out soon for the winners!
What a great year it’s been!
When I began LotroStylist this year I had zero expectations that my little blog would amount to anything other than being something that I enjoy doing. I wasn’t expecting the incredible support I would receive from the Lotro community or all the amazing people I would meet along the way. According to WordPress.com’s annual report for this blog LotroStylist was viewed about 190,000 times in 2011! Thank you ALL so much for your constant support and encouragement this year. This blog wouldn’t be anything without YOU! Here’s to an even more exciting and stylish 2012!! Cheers!
The Lotro Stylist blog has been such a fun project for Kedwyr and myself. We have truly loved sharing our Lotro passion of creating outfits for our characters with all of you. By far the best part for both of us though has been meeting so many people from the Lotro community that we wouldn’t of had the opportunity to meet otherwise.
Maintaining a blog is a lot of hard work and no one should attempt it (or continue at it) if you don’t absolutely love what your doing. Lotro Stylist has become a bit of a chore for me to keep up lately. I’ve lost a lot of my original joy, it’s been replaced by this need to continually pump out quality blog posts even when I am not feeling inspired, and to be the first to report on a subject that so many other blogs now compete for. If it’s no longer fun then it is a job, a job that I’m not getting paid for. It just doesn’t make sense to continue at something that I’m no longer enjoying. I’m going to leave the blog up so that anyone can look at any of the old outfits Ked and I worked on. I just won’t be updating the site with anything new.
I want to thank all of you that faithfully visited my blog each day and encouraged me with your comments. You guys are awesome!