Thranduil from the recent Hobbit movies is an utterly perfect character to emulate for a Fabulor transmog. Haughty, arrogant, confident...and above all else, an overwhelming sense of superiority. Does a more appropriate character inspiration for Fabmog even exist? I think not.
Something funny about this transmog - even though it's absolutely based off Thranduil, I actually didn't try to match either of his two iconic movie outfits (his shimmering metallic robes and his gleaming silvery battle plate). Instead, I tried to capture his personality. Ornate, elegant white steel with soft, regal gold highlights. Streamlined, nothing too bulky. Sleek and round lines - no spikes or skulls here!
I DID try to capture some of the feel from his battle armor, though, which is why Fabulor's shoulders, chestpiece and legs all have the same style of overlapping metal plates that Thranduil wears when he's going into battle.
Thranduil doesn't use a shield, but Fabulor does, so an appropriately decorative, shiny selection was required. As for his weapon, you may be surprised I went with such a simple model, but after careful consideration I decided that the blade's gentle curve and lack of a handguard were the most important features to emphasize.
Head: Rhinestone Sunglasses (Blingtron 4000 or Auction House)
Shoulders: Justicar Pauldrons (Gruul's Lair)
Cloak: Icy Cloak (Tailoring)
Chest: Chestplate of Arcane Volatility (Twin Ogrons, Normal difficulty)
Tabard: Golden Lotus Tabard (Exalted with Golden Lotus)
Hands: Gauntlets of the Heavy Hand (The Butcher, Normal difficulty)
Waist: Sunsoul Girdle (Salvage Yard)
Legs: Ravenskar Legplates (BoE)
Feet: Mosscrusher Sabatons (Brackenspore, Normal difficulty)
Weapon: Viking Sword (BoE)
Shield: Protective Barricade of the Light (Vendor)
Finally, why the Rhinestone Sunglasses? Well, the movie fans have really latched onto Thranduil, and there is COUNTLESS fanart and cosplay of Thranduil sporting pink shutter shades and being called "Party King Thranduil". And honestly, this is way too funny not to run with.
Now yes, TECHNICALLY you can't actually transmog into the Sunglasses. Which is a shame! But that's okay. I just wear them whenever I can, including during ready checks, so my entire raid team gets to see Party King Fabulor.
I've only accidentally done a fight while wearing them once (so far). But hey. That's the price of looking good.