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Baroque Fashion of the Louvre - By Luiza Danco

Fashion of the Louvre

Once a mere piece of jewelry, now a renowned work of art

In the Louvre, there are not only famous paintings or sculptures but also shimmering tiaras, jewelry, and old-fashioned gowns everywhere.

Here is a baroque-style Louis XV crown set with lots of diamonds, emeralds, rubies, sapphires

and pearls. Unfortunately, two diamonds have been removed from it, but it is still phenomenal. When we look at it, we recognize that despite the pink color, it suits men better, as it appears to be a much heavier crown than the tiara below.

Diadem of Duchess Angoulême Marie Terèse of France

Upon first glance, we notice how a world of diamonds surrounds the rainforest-green emeralds.

Duchess Angoulê

me Marie Terèse was a delicate and feminine lady. This diadem would be a perfect match for those with loose, airy, wavy hair, much like it was for Duchess Angoulême Marie Terèse.

Certainly, one of us dreams of having the opportunity to try on such a crown. At the ball, all eyes would be on us, making our stylization look phenomenal due to this singular accessory, which makes it a tiara like no other.

Which one do you like better?!

Jacket from the fall 1981 YVES SAINT LAURENT (YSL) Collection, embroidered with stones, sequins and glitter near the jacket’s crowns. The Louvre and other French and European museums showcase collections inspired by art, such as the famous YVES SAINT LAURENT. Would you wear this jacket for a special occasion?

Luiza Danco is a 14-year-old high schooler based in Poland 🇵🇱. Luiza loves traveling, drawing, animals and she says she’s “of course interested in fashion!” She has always wanted to become a blogger, so she says she will continue creating new entries for Fashion Forecast, so keep an eye out for more of Luiza’s work! Until then, you can connect with Luiza by following her Instagram @luizka_ig.

Photos of Louvre Credit: Luiza Danco
Photo Cover Credit: Jewels Powell


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