(from the earliest tales)
Olórë Mallë, also known as the Path of Dreams (Qenya, olórë (dream) mallë (street), was a path made by Lórien from Middle Earth to Valinor. Lórien created this road at the bidding of Manwë who looked with sorrow upon the occultament of Valinor. It was a road by which the children of Men would at times come to Valinor in their sleep. It was a lane of deep banks and great overhanging hedges, beyond which stood many tall trees and where a perpetual whisper seemed to live among the foliage. At the end of the lane stood a high gate of lattice-work that shone golden in the dusk. The gate opened up to winding paths leading into the fairest of all the gardens, in the middle of the garden stood a white cottage, The Cottage of the Children.
This maiden is a caretaker, her task is to make sure that the children of Men arrive safely at the Cottage, and safeguard their sleep and dreams
Olórë Mallë is a location described in the earliest tales books (The Book of Lost Tales) which means that it is considered to be from J.R.R. Tolkien’s earlier, unrevised writings, so this information can’t necessarily be considered a canon.
chest: Lore Keeper’s robe, dark green dye, classic skirmish barter, ceremonial version at Lalia’s market
hands: Padded gloves of fate, gold dye, random world drop
feet: Reclaimed Nobleman’s shoes, dark green dye, Great River quest reward
back: Cloak of the Golden Oak, dark green dye, skirmish cosmetic barter