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Lending Shops and Guild Wardrobes - Culture
Written By: Ellen Million (Writer), Elizabeth Barrette (Inspiration)
A look at lending shops and other sources of borrowed clothing.
 
 

With the exception of ceremonial garb like a wedding dress, the idea of making an elaborate outfit for a single use is wasteful and frowned upon, so the Empire doesn't have a stigma against second-hand or borrowed clothing. Lending shops and guild wardrobes are particularly common for very fancy dresses that are impractical to own. This allows people to wear clothing they might not otherwise be able to afford, make a suitable impression when they represent their guild at an event, and to wear different dresses to different functions.

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