The inspiration for this gown came from France's most famous teenage queen, Marie Antoinette. Like all the teenagers she obsessed over hairstyle and clothing fads. Excessive was the name of the game during this Rococco style period. Glitzy dress? Make it bolder. Tall hair? Make it taller. Too boring? Add a birdcage with birds.
Of course, ruling the royal court becomes a simple task when you have rich, luxurious fabrics by DesignTex. And what better way to boost your derriere than by incorporating a frame made from the very thing it sits on: an outdoor chair from the Emu collection by Coalesse. To finish it off, accessories by Steelcase are sure to bring any reign of terror to an end.
The embellished fan was more than a stylish accessory. It was used for communication to send a message across a crowded ballroom. In the language of the fan it was essential that you knew your left from your right.
Touching the right cheek meant "yes"
Touching the left cheek meant "no"
Drawing across the cheek said "I love you"
This period ensemble will start up a revolution, and is sure to make any young lady look.... be-heading.