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    Boué Soeurs court dress ca. 1928 via The Costume Institute of the Metropolitan Museum of Art

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    • Patty Farb

      Definitely a fairys dress. omgthatdress: Boué Soeurs court dress ca. 1928 via The Costume Institute of the Metropolitan Museum of Art

    • Stacy Caplinger

      snakefeather: omgthatdress: Boué Soeurs court dress ca. 1928 via The Costume Institute of the Metropolitan Museum of Art if i ever have a wedding dress, i want it to be like this

    • Courtney Sprague

      Court Presentation Ensemble, 1928, Boué Soeurs (French) - these 1920's styles with the panniers are my favorite!

    • Andrea K.

      Boué Soeurs court dress ca. 1928 via The Costume Institute of the Metropolitan Museum of Art WOW

    • Laura Lee Burch Textile Art-Needle Felting

      French Court Presentation Ensemble, 1928 designed by Boué Soeurs., fairy dress, fairy costume

    • Jennifer Whitaker

      Court Presentation Ensemble, 1928, Boué Soeurs (French). Like something out of a fairy tale.

    • Divine Vintage Dresses

      1920's. @Deidré Wallace. Divine vintage dresses

    • Dorienne Rogers

      1920's dress in search of fairy tale

    • Becky Tro

      1920's fairytale ethereal dress.

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