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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.

Style Bible Life Ball 2014 photos (unretouched) by Inge Prader

Amazing photography by Inge Prader with this Marie Antoinette inspired picture x

Marie Christine de Habsbourg Lorraine (detail) circa 1765.Meister der Erzherzoginnenportraits.

Marie Christine de Habsbourg Lorraine (detail) circa der Erzherzoginnenportraits -Bows were also a cute girly decoration on dresses that were kind of frown upon.

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mantuamaker: vintagevision: Woman’s overdress or robe à la française with petticoat Spitalfield Brocaded silk trimmed with lace, gauze and silk flowers circa Georgian; George III Area of Origin: England

17th century Rococo women's footwear. I'm so in love with the top left pair I might die.

Marie Antoinette Shoes: I loooooove these and am going to have to make some! Would be amazing with a marie antoinette costume!