To the right of each cosmetic is a dyed version to give you an idea of what areas apply the color change. Also, if you are new to LOTRO this year and are wondering what was added for rewards in previous years, follow these links to the 2013 Harvestmath Festival and the 2012 Harvestmath Festival.
Also, I have an event to advertise at the bottom of this post. After you're done looking at the cosmetics, take a look at the information provided and learn about one of Crickhollow's annual events!
|Robe of the Autumn Sun (24 Fall Festival Tokens)|
|Cloak of the Autumn Sun & Hooded Cloak of the Autumn Sun (24 Fall Festival Tokens each)|
|Steed of the Autumn Sun & the Caparison of the Autumn Sun (60 Fall Festival Tokens each)|
Also, in other news, Crickhollow is having their annual Haunted Hill event. I was asked by Rosalie, leader of the kinship Second Breakfast, to be a guest judge for the cosmetic portion of their event while I was on my vacation. I have yet to hear a confirmation, so I don't know if I'll be needed as a judge. Either way, I plan on attending this event at 1 PM EST (server time) on Sunday, October 26 to at least watch part of it. Stop by and participate in the festivities if you can. All you need is a character fresh out of the intro that can make it to hill just north of the Shire's Party Tree. I was a judge last year and enjoyed myself thoroughly!
(UPDATE 10/20 @ 5:00 PM EST) I will, in fact, be joining Gloredh of Wandering Around Arda and Starry of The Starry Mantle on the panel of judges for the fashion contest. It's been a long time since I've seen such a gathering of cosmetic bloggers at an event!
Here's the poster the kinship has supplied for the LOTRO forums.