Revolutionary styled taffeta gown consists of an ivory overdress and white underskirt. The overdress has a V-Shaped bodice with rows of pink accented lace bows and crystal beaded fringe. The sleeves are trimmed in white ruffled lace with pink accents, and bows. The overskirt has ruching at the center front. The underskirt has a vertiical row of beaded white lace in the center front, meeting with another row of the same lace along the hemline. Proudly made in the US by Recollections. Dry clean. Liesa completes the look with an extra full crinoline, jewelry, gloves and boots and they are available priced separately.
"After Louis XIVs death in
1715, clothing styles began to evolve. Fashion took a turn to a
lighter, more frivolous style, transitioning from baroque to rococo. The
latter period was characterized by pastel colors, more revealing
frocks, and lots of frills, ruffles, bows, and lace. This look spread
from France and was copied by the elite in other European capitals." - national geographic.com