Marie-Antoinette in Paris
Court dress inspired by the XVIIIth Century style, especially the Marie-Antoinette fashion spirit.
It is made of pink taffetas. The sleeves, the bodice and the bottom of the dress are decorated with very elegant ruffled ribbons and are edged with lace. The small knots in pink satin ribbon give to this dress its touch of delicacy.
Belt to tie up at the waist.
Skirt lining covered with two layers of tulle for an astonishing volume.
Bodice fully lined with cotton veil for perfect comfort.
Once upon a time
More than 200 years ago, a young Austrian queen married to the king Louis XIV, used to live in the great Kingdom of France.
She missed so much her native country that she has decided to forget her grief, have fun and go to wonderful parties.
One spring night, she wears her dress made of pink silk taffeta embroidered with a multitude of ribbons made of (gathered) satin and enhanced through precious knots. In her golden coach, decorated with three royals Fleur de Lys in a blue background and pulled by eight white horses, she is galloping in direction of a ball in Paris.
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