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Unread 02-04-2013, 06:25 PM   #13
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Originally Posted by CosplayerKirito View Post
Tabards are actually supposed to flap around. Watch your character when you play next. The tabard is free flowing, for the most part. You can secure it at the waist with a belt, and it won't be as....flappy? Sewing the tabard onto the costume would just make it part of the Druidic robe, not a tabard itself.

I myself play a Human Priest on Stormrage and a Worgen Rogue on Kilrogg with many alts spread across the realms of Azeroth.
I thought of this, but I figured that the bottom was part of the dress and just the top piece on my chest was the tabard. How it is now, it is too light of a material to flow/flap nicely, so it just bunches and looks awkward. I'll try a bit denser of a fabric and see how that looks. But yes, still unsure if the bottom should flap, or should be part of the dress.
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