This week I may have gone over the four outfit plan I’ve been doing so far… but I can’t help it, I just love this steed! The Mathom Society Steed is, in my opinion, one of the easiest horses to outfit with, so this week I’ve made six outfits. Lots of greens, blacks, whites and golds!
Like I said, I really love this horse and it is one of the few that I have on multiple characters. Luckily for you this means I get to show off outfits on hobbits as well. This time I’m going to start with the dress. This outfit brings to mind a well-to-do woman who has gained a good reputation with the Mathom Society from donating many valuable items.
- Frostbluff Dress of Thanks – dyed olive
- Shoulders of the Eorlingas
- Plain Cloak – dyed olive
- Traveller’s Hood – dyed olive
This next heavy armour outfit I like to think goes with the title ‘Protector of the Shire’ and matches the horse to boot!
- Ceremonial Breastplate and Leggings of the West-tower – dyed green
- Westernesse Leather Boots – dyed sienna
- Fingerless Gloves – dyed umber
- Westernesse Shoulder Guards – dyed green
- Cloak of the Mallorn – dyed forest green
- White Rose Circlet – dyed olive
A researcher for the Mathom Society, decked out in their official Mathom Society uniform might look something like this:
- Mathom Long-sleeved Tunic and Pants – dyed Rivendell green
- Map-maker’s Travel Pack – dyed umber
- Straw Hat
And now for the previously mentioned hobbit pictures. This first one, I realize may be viewed as un-hobbit-like, as my hobbit, Miniature, is wearing boots. But that is just her nature, so pay no mind. This is actually my very favorite outfit that goes with this horse and it is what Miniature always wears.
- Elegant Plumed Hat – dyed black
- Elven Cloth Jacket – dyed black
- Ceremonial Leggings of the Sever Stars – dyed black
- Brushed Leather Boots – dyed black
- Fingerless Gloves – dyed black
- Nenuial’s Shoulder Guards – dyed black
This other hobbit outfit is always sported by my other hobbit, Honeycheeks Butterfoot, the cook. I feel like it is the epitome of the perfect (female) hobbit outfit. So of course I had to include it with the hobbit steed!
- Wash Day Dress – dyed green
- Cook’s Trappings – dyed gold
- Straw Hat
Hope you enjoyed these hobbit-y outfits! Next time I will be writing on the Prized Thorin’s Hall Goat!