♡ Always had a fantasy of thinking what happens if you are able to go back to the era where every girl is wearing big puffy beautiful gowns in the 18th century?
I would love it, totally. (Though i might skip the corset part, i've tried wearing corset for a whole day and it hurts the rip cage....)
Back to main topic, La Petite Fille is finally going to release the 1st print fabric!
I named it Madame Rococo (fascinating, isn't it?)
Obviously inspired by the Rococo ladies and fashion.
I always loved the Fashion plates they've had, read a book about them too, it says that some fashion plates will be sprayed with perfume to attract the readers~
i wish i could spray on the fabric so it stays fresh and sweet~
Whenever you talk about Rococo you simply cannot miss out the Queen of France-Marie Antoinette
I liked the film too, with Milena Canonero's amazing costume designs~
In fact i loved the photoshoot they did with Vogue :
For the print, i think i will make a pleated skirt with ruffles of tulle,
and then a silk top.........
As i dont want it to be overly decorated, kind of want a balance between modern and rococo fashion. or should i say.....i want the design to be able to match with normal casual wear but also be able to turn into a garment where you can wear for a special occasion.
Perhaps a style similar to Meadham Kirchoff SS13
Hopefully the fabric will arrive at the end of this month,
i seriously can't wait to receive them (hope the print will be clear too)