1. A circa 1795 chemise à la reine. The chemise à la reine was first popularized by Marie Antoinette, the ‘reine’ in question, in the 1780s. It was the forerunner the white dresses of the regency.

    A circa 1795 chemise à la reine. The chemise à la reine was first popularized by Marie Antoinette, the ‘reine’ in question, in the 1780s. It was the forerunner the white dresses of the regency.

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    this is a very preety dress … looks highly comfy i think we should bring back the chemise à la reine dress .. imagine...
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