Navarri characters tend to live in woodland areas, and are either perpetual travellers or people that have settled in a place that the perpetual travellers can rest in.
They ain't elves and they ain't savages.
NAVARRI FASHION: HIGHSTREET & ONLINE
One of the great things about Navarri kit is that huge swathes of it can be obtained relatively easily from the high-street, or from non-lrp-centric fashion shops online.
Here are some keywords that you can use to look for Navarri-style clothing. Now, some of them might look odd - but they do bring up appropriate and thematically pretty clothes! The psytrance and fairie tags often bring up lovely woodland coloured and asymmetric cut clothing whereas keywords like Lagenlook give wonderful results for slightly looser linen clothing.
Lagenlook, hippy, boho, psytrance, fairie, faery, festival, woodland, forest, wrap clothing
Springtime in the Woods
You want to be thinking "nature hippy boho festival" when you go shopping on the high street.
Cool and made from IC looking fabric. They come in loads of colours, if you can only find pale ones try dying them a more on brief colour. You can get these from about March to September, from loads of different shops, but sometimes you get what you pay for and the cheaper ones might not last more than a year.
£10 - 25
Really Long Tunic
A really long shapeless tunic thing. It comes in BRIGHT FUCKIN YELLOW, grey and navy. Just a decent baselayer really - the yellow could serve you well in Dawn or the Brass Coast, the other colours for Varushka or Wintermark. It's a linen blend so the beige will take dye well if you wanted to turn it green for Navarr or something.
Belts are really good and holding pants up. But they also help add details and layers with 0 effort. Never wear just one, wear them in different places. Belts with texture are event better, woven ones are great and look really setting appropriate. Primark often do a set of two bets for less than £3.