DIY Flower Crown, Silver Arrow Necklace c/o Lucca Couture, Striped Top c/o Lucca Couture, Pink Ruffled Petticoat c/o Chicwish, Pale Yellow Wedges from Victoria's Secret
Pastel tones, luxurious fabrics, and elaborate headpieces all come to mind when I picture Marie Antoinette! Although I might not have the same blonde hair, I did my best to create a look inspired by her fashion sense by pairing this striped top from Lucca Couture, which of course has become synonymous with Parisian style, with this fluffy petticoat skirt from Chicwish. This petticoat is particularly well made because the shape is supported by layers and layers of soft, ruffled fabric, rather than tulle which can be uncomfortable when it scratches your skin. There are also little rhinestones sewn here and there at the bottom of the skirt! I can't wait to create more outfits with this fun piece during the spring.
It's also one week before the school fashion show so I've been rushing around trying to get all my pieces done in time! We have a lot of rehearsals this week so I only hope that I can manage to finish all my pieces to my liking by Friday night, and not fall behind with school work. I'm working on a top this weekend and hoping to finish my final piece during the coming weekdays. There will also be a lot of college mail arriving this coming week. I'm waiting for my Pratt financial aid package, my completed Parsons aid package, and admissions decisions from RISD and hopefully FIT if they will be sending them out before the end of the month! Fingers crossed!!! Student debt seems inevitable these days but the less the better! ;)
PS: You can win this top, or any of my other L.C.t picks, at my giveaway with Lucca Couture here! It ends on the 31st so you still have time to enter :) And I was also featured in Annika Victoria's 2nd mini-magazine for her blog, The Pineneedle Collective, so do stop by and check out her amazing blog and magazine here! Thanks for the feature Annika! <3