1906 SAR la infanta Doña Maria Teresa de Borbón (novia), Maria Cristina, y infanta Doña Paz by ? (location ?)

The three Ladies behind Maria Cristina, the bride, and infanta Paz are probably, from l. to r., infantas Isabel La Chata, Pilar, and Eulalia. A photo of the bride and groom showing more detail of her dress is here.

From the lost gallery’s photostream on flickr. Most of the frame has been cropped.

1906 SAR la infanta Doña Maria Teresa de Borbón (novia), Maria Cristina, y infanta Doña Paz by ? (location ?) From the lost gallery's photostream on flickr

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.

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