Evening gown, c. 1900 The trained evening gown is of ivory silk taffeta and chiffon with ecru lace insertions, applied chiffon flowers embroidered with silver thread and hundreds of vertical pin tucks. But the most striking element is the thousands of dazzling silver sequins that cover the gown in vertical rows.
Lady K'abel Coat (No. 2522). Substantial cotton. Black with distinctive burgundy chalk stripe. Intricately woven gold, black, burgundy, and mulit-floral trim. Relaxed armholes for casual and easy fitting. Lining is yellow with red dots. You'll think of reasons to open it more often. Three frog closures, in black, another splendid accent.
Turns out that throwing a d20 isn't much of a workout, so it's time for this nerd to get fit by heading to the gym. Start lifting those weights and doing those squats because you might not be able to use magic missile but you'll at least be able to do some of the stuff your Dungeons and Dragons Character can.