The Gilneans fled their home with little more than the clothes on their back. Everything that was high-society Gilnean fashion was lost except a few pairs of dress robes. Mr. Amateur, I challenge you to create an outfit worthy of an aristocratic Worgen.
They were a well dressed lot those Gilneans.
Now this was actually a lot harder than I thought! There are so many nice dresses and suits out there but one other stipulation of this contest was that it had to be transmoggable. So I went to use one of my favourite pieces - Tree Bark Jacket.
That item of clothing also happens to be the name of one of my favourite (now retired) druid blogs, by Keeva (who btw is another Aussie!). I actually had one drop the other day for me when I was running BFD for mog gear, and I was so excited! Then I was wondering what to do with it, and I just put it in my costume bank for some time when I wanted to dress up. So I made my two 19th century costumes around that model.
I don't like hats though. I tried that hat on the right but it just doesn't look right. And when I tried to put gloves and bracers on, it didn't look good either. So I've just stuck to chest, legs, boots, belt and hat.
Ok, so I was using Mogit, and I forgot that I actually have to LEVEL to make my worgen all wolfy so I decided to not do that and just use the human model. I tried to pick a look that Ancient's druid would like. I thought a beard went best with that outfit for the old world look.
So on the left, we have Tree Bark Jacket, with Eye of Flame, Nightsky Sash, Durable Pants and Master's Boots.
On the right I just wanted to show that having a hat looked silly with a purple outfit. In fact it looked so bleh that I decided to stop making the outfit (you can see it has no belt) and I deleted it but not before I took a pic of it. So I don't even know what items they are!
What a shame there are no pistols to transmog! I had to use this shotgun instead... now he looks more like an American pioneer or something!