|One of the Doctors let me hold his Sonic Screwdriver. Giggity.|
"I'm going to the Ren faire, I can't leave the house without my fairy wings."
Is it because Shakespeare wrote about fairies and the English Renaissance/Elizabethan Era was also during Shakespeare's time? It's a stretch, but maybe I would accept that if someone other than myself rationalized it like that. But, I can't even find one answer to this query, much less a bullshit one I just made up. I've Googled it, and all I can find are people who either make costumes for Ren Faire, or people who complain about how Ren faire isn't an accurate portrayal of the actual Renaissance Era. (Wait. Then, does that mean that Comic Con isn't an accurate portrayal of our nation's crime-fighters?!?! *gasp* My whole world is a lie.) But, seriously why all of the clearly-not-the-same-time-period-yet-alone-same-universe outfits, and why all the wings?
|This is totally 15th-century-accurate, right?|
(I actually saw a Faire attendee dressed like this.)
|The aftermath of the Great Boob Rebellion of 2010 |
(no actual boobs are seen in this photo because they have gone into hiding, and also this is family friendly website, fucking perverts.)
1) Fairy wings, and B) Is there such thing as "too much boobage" in cosplay?
|Ok, fine. Here are some boobs! Are you happy now?!|