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Chemise a la Reine. Marie Antoinette requested 'something simple' to wear at her retreat, Petit Trianon, and her dressmaker came up with this. At first people were shocked at such unqueenly attire (it looks a bit like 18th century underwear or 'chemise', which is how it got it's name) but the style really caught on and was worn throughout Europe.

from POPSUGAR Fashion

10 Shoes Every Woman Should Own

Love these shoes! Nice for a wedding... then change into matching flats for the reception?

Museum of Fine Arts, Boston; Item 51.1968; late 1790s, American, Dress of dark blue-green silk; low square-cut neck, fullness of bodice in front, gathered with a drawstring at neck and at waist; fullness of skirt in back in pleats; long sleeves; linen underbodice.

from Luulla

Bd07212 Charming Homecoming Dress,B

Bd07212 Charming Homecoming Dress,Beading Homecoming Dress,Chiffon Homecoming Dress, Cute Short Prom Dress