Queen of Louvre
Petal pink taffeta princess dress cut with the 18th century fashion.
The bodice is made of pink brocade with lilies.
The sleeves, the centre of the skirt and the bodice are edged with an elegant frilled pink lace.
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 a perfect comfort.
Handmade skirt hem.
Once upon a time
Axel of Fersen, the most handsome Earl of Sweden went to the opera of Paris for the grand royal ball. He approached silently the French queen Marie-Antoinette and whispered: « shall I invite you for a dance? » They started a minuet together and all the guests were filled with wonder at the sight of this beautiful couple. The queen was wearing a dress made of silk brocade adorned with a vast number of frilled ribbons and embroidered braids. She was twirling around at the glimmer of hundred of candles.
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