So, if you know me or if you are an avid reader you’re probably aware that I was a women’s studies and history double major in college. So naturally women’s history is a huge interest of mine. I also love fashion. Not in the “OMG I need the new D&G purse” kind of way, but in the way that I firstly love using clothes as a way to express my unique self and secondly that I appreciate high-end designers for making wearable art. I appreciate and admire the aesthetic beauty of a great Galliano gown. So you can imagine my complete excitement and rapture while reading a book on how one woman changed history through her fashion. Swoon!
Queen of Fashion: What Marie Antoinette Wore to the Revolution by Caroline Weber.