For December, LRP theme is Shakespeare’s comedy. I read As You Like It. For this post, I will focus on the disguise of two women in the play, Rosalind and Celia. Rosalind was disguised as a man named Ganymede, and Celia as Aliena (which means stranger in Greek).
Here is the scene from the wrestle. Rosalind and Celia watched Orlando defeated Charles, the delegation of his brother, Oliver.
I like the second costumes, the first one was too simple I think. For they were the daughter and the niece of the Duke, they should have dressed properly.
And these are the pictures of them in disguise.
Both pictures above look similar. It could hide the fair and gentle Rosalind to be a youth from the forest, Ganymede.
Celia (as Aliena) in the middle looks simpler. Rosalind (as Ganymede) in the right, her posture perfectly misleaded Orlando.