Robes that can’t make up their minds
As I have remarked before, rolling a Lore-master tends to result in at least one pretty robe every raid cluster. In the case of the Erebor cluster, the Lore-master escapes largely unscathed from the morass of badly-designed exercises in bodily distortion that compose the other classes’ raid sets, presumably because the lore does not permit Elrond to look awful. The Jacket of the Erebor Animal-Friend (which looks suspiciously unlike a jacket) feels like something of a kaleidoscope: even now, I still am not sure if some of the grey bits really are grey and not bluish, if the bands on the sleeves actually match the gloves I used, or if the red on the cloak is the same shade as the robe (it is somewhere in the vicinity of Imperial Red, Wikipedia tells me). Going by the screenshots, I came to the conclusion that the answer really depends on the rather fickle lighting of Dol Guldur and the glowy Lore-master skills, which is an oddly-pleasing effect.
Shoulders: Pauldrons of Precision, grey (Hunter PvP set)
Back: Cloak of the Fallen Leaves, red (TP store)
Chest: Jacket of the Erebor Animal-Friend (Erebor Lore-master set, available from skirmish camp light armour vendor)
Hands: Lore-keeper’s Gloves, rust (Barad Guldur Lore-master set, available from skirmish camp classic vendor)
Feet: Lore-keeper’s Boots, rust (Barad Guldur Lore-master set, available from skirmish camp classic vendor)