From the lost gallery’s photostream on flickr. Most of the frame has been cropped.
This portrait shows how 1906 fashion translated into gala and bridal dress. The most flamboyant dresser in the family, infanta Eulalia, wears a colorful dress with a white stomacher section. These dresses may have blouson bodices, but that is not readily visible.
Keywords: 1906, María Cristina Habsburg, Crista, Infanta Maria Teresa (1888-1912), Princess Ferdinand of Bavaria, Infanta Paz, Infanta Isabel, La Chata, princessa de Asturias, Contessa di Girgenti, Infanta Maria del Pilar, Infanta Eulalia, Archduchess, Queen, Princess, Habsburg family, Borbón family, Wittelsbach family, Borbone family, Orléans family, Spanish, curly coiffure, bouffant coiffure, tiara, floral headdress, mantilla, veil, high enclosing neckline, elbow length full sleeves, lone sleeves, cuffs, shallow vee waistline, double vee waistline, close skirt, over-skirt, train, floral bodice ornament, floral skirt ornament, order sash, order bows, necklace, earrings, bracelets, fan, wedding dress
Aug 2, 2015, 8:40 PM
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