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Marie Antoinette 18th Century dress, Baroque Georgian gown, rococo wedding costume, Pirates of the Caribbean inspired, Elizabeth Swann

Marie Antoinette Century dress, Baroque Georgian gown, rococo wedding costume, Pirates of the Caribbean inspired, Elizabeth Swann

Beautiful dress Cover Artist magnus creative - The Captive Maiden (YA Romance Fairy Tales, by Melanie Dickerson.

Kirsten Dunst in the title role of Marie Antoinette (2006).

Kirsten Dunst in Sofia Coppola's 'Marie Antoinette', The magnificent costumes in this lavishly directed film won costume designer, Melina Canonero a 'Best Costume Design' award for

Another of the fantastic costumes worn by Glenn Close.  Dangerous Liaisons (1988) Lust, seduction and revenge

Glenn Close in Dangerous Liaisons, Directed by Stephen Frears, Costume Design by James Acheson.

Dress, circa 1785-95

Antique Measurements: That waist is how big?!

Woman's Dress (Open Robe) Light blue taffeta with ivory weft floats, ivory silk satin, ivory silk plain weave ribbon. Woven in Spitalfields, London, England. Philadelphia Museum of Art - Collections Object

Countess Jeanne Du Barry (1743-1793) was a mistress of Louis XV, but did not become involved in politics as had her predecessor, Mme. Pompadour. While at court, she was celebrated for her beauty and natural charm. Her love of expensive jewelry and clothing were widely rumored abroad and earned her the hostility of the mobs later on during the Revolution. Banished from court after Louis’ death, she was later arrested by the Revolutionary Tribunal on charges of treason and sent to the…

Countess Jeanne Du Barry was a mistress of Louis XV, but did not become involved in politics as had her predecessor, Mme. While at court, she was celebrated for her beauty and natural charm.

In the 1770s and 1780s printed cotton fabrics began to replace silk in popularity for women’s gowns. Description from pinterest.com. I searched for this on bing.com/images

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Afternoon dress, ca 1785 England, the Victoria & Albert Museum “ In the and printed cotton fabrics began to replace silk in popularity for women’s gowns. The material of this gown has a dotted ground and is printed in a repeating pattern.

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