At home in nature, an elvish looking outfit sporting a green and brown color scheme.
Shoulders: Rock-climbers Shoulder Guards, dyed Olive (Crafted)
Chest: Elven Campaigner’s Armour, dyed White (Crafted)
Legs: Elven Campaigner’s Leggings, dyed White (Crafted)
Hands: Footman’s Gloves, dyed Olive (Crafted)
Feet: Boots of the Galadhrim, dyed Olive (Vol. ll, Book 7, Chapter 5: Source of the Rot)
Back: Cloak of the Silver Birch, dyed Olive (Store)
This outfit goes really well with the Prized Galadhrim Horse
I love this outfit for my Rune-keeper. I found that the new Winged Herald Horse also goes great with this outfit!
I just want to say you do an amazing job on the outfits on here. I find myself making new characters just try out new ones! Keep up the great work!
Thank you so much, I’m glad you enjoy my outfits.
Just wondering, playing as a LM I can only use light armour, am I still able to use this outfit?
The wardrobe allows you to use any item for any character, class and armour specialties do not matter.
How do I access this wardrobe? (Sorry this is probably a nub question)
Not a bad question at all 🙂
Your Wardrobe is accessed at Vault-keepers throughout Middle-earth.
Check out http://lotro-wiki.com/index.php/Wardrobe for everything you ever wanted to know about the wardrobe
But how do you put your Outfits on? Dont you use your character panel?
Because I cant put anything Medium Armour+
Items from the shared wardrobe can only be equipped in outfit slots, not in equipment slots. The Outfit Panel is accessed by pressing the C key (default key setup), or clicking the on-screen Character button, and clicking the ‘Cosmetic Outfits’-tab.
Ye I know that, but I cant put anything on in my Outfit slots beause I can only wear Light Armour, so Im asking if you have any ideas on how to make an outfit like this, but using Light Armour/Cosmetics
Jorge, despite your class restrictions, you can put any type of armor in a cosmetic outfit slot. As a hunter I can put on heavy armor but only cosmetically. Press C and look at the tabs around the edge. There should be three slots or outfits that you can tab through to put any kind of clothing or armor on.