Better late than never, right?
The Antonia gowns started as a project a long time ago. I spent more time tweaking and adjusting these gowns than any other set I’ve ever worked on, and it was about 3 months before I was completely happy with them, and finally, released them.
They’re different in how much effort was made to create them to be as realistic as possible. Usually, I bend themes of fantasy and of different time periods a lot, but in this case, I wanted to present a purely Georgian gown, that could also be perceived as fit for Marie Antoinette. Moreover, it does, of course, fit a fairytale setting.
Incorporating detailed fabrics, rich colors, and lacy ruffles trim, they are a decadent way to add to your 17th Century role play. Whether it’s England’s noble courts or Versailles in France, these gowns can fit and keep you stylish.
And, for something completely different, Rosemarie Indigo of Rosie’s Thingies has made a gorgeous set of eyes to match the gowns, a set for each of the more than 20 colours that Antonia is available in!
More images are after the break!
Gowns: Kouse’s Sanctum
Hair: fri.day , Sky Everett Designs
Choker: from the Irridae set from Kouse’s Sanctum
Eyes: Antonia Eyes by Rosie’s Thingies