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"Dress worn by Marie Antoinette" Actually a paper dress created by Isabelle de Borchgrave for a museum exhibit.

Marie Antoinette era

A copy of a Marie Antoinette shoe. French queen ~ Wife of Louis XVI Wedding shoe idea?

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Isabelle de Borchgrave  Exquisite Paper Fashion  Inspired by Marie Antoinette

Prêt-à-Papier or Couture Paper: The Exquisite Art of Isabelle de Borchgrave

Georgian 18thC Rococo Colonial Marie Antoinette' Fully Corseted'Taffeta Gown | eBay historical fashion style inspiration. Please choose vegan

Georgian 18thc Rococo Colonial *Marie Antoinette' FULLY CORSETED'Taffeta gown

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This blue silk, grosgrain dress was worn as a wedding dress. The skirt and bodice are separate. It has white lace trimming around the edge of the bodice and the cuffs (UK, In the Royal Albert Memorial Museum & Art Gallery and the Exeter City Council.

Sooooo elegant

Belle Époque Summer Gown - - Cream silk chiffon w/ pale printed & flocked rose blossom clusters in soft colors - Brooklyn Museum - Augusta Auctions

POLONAISE A hint of nationalism didn’t stop Marie Antoinette (1755–1793) from adopting it as an informal costume over in France. Vive le Polonaise! Here's Kirsten in the 2006 film version in the style

POLONAISE A hint of nationalism didn’t stop Marie Antoinette from adopting it as an informal costume over in France. Here's Kirsten in the 2006 film version in the style

Recreation of Marie Antoinette's court gown (Robe de cour) as painted by Vigee LeBrun in 1779. By Atelier Caraco Canezou for an exhibition in Japan

Recreation of Marie Antoinette's court gown (Robe de cour) as painted by Vigee LeBrun in By Atelier Caraco Canezou for an exhibition in Japan (replica dress)

pink civil war gown..

(circa Pale pink silk moire ballgown with sweep hemline. Extremely fitted bodice, pointed "v" waist, off-the-shoulder neckline, scalloped cap sleeves, ivory tulle and lace band around skirt bottom dotted with black velvet baby ribbon bows.

This is a gown (c.1760) from a Pandora -- the first 'fashion dolls.' These 15" mannequins were made to show the latest fashions from London or Paris.

Two Nerdy History Girls: What the Pandora Wore: High Fashion in Miniature, c. height of Parisian fashion, this deeply flounced gown was only 15 inches tall.

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