Medieval White Dress “Chess Queen”
Wedding cotton dress for medieval bride
Think of occasional beams of sun breaking through the colonnade, giving the Queen's crown a light glow, and of age-old dust on marble floors swept by her rustled skirt. She's observing the world around without fear, reasoned she's found what she needed ages ago. Of all the royal dresses we have, this one best reflects who and what the Queen is.
Made her feel like she could rule again, the "Chess Queen" dress in cool natural cotton features dainteth silhouette from far-off European Middle Ages. The sleeves come into blossom at the upper arms and narrow all the way down to the wrists, ending with elongated cuffs. Side lacings gently hug the middle. The dress has a full floor-length sweep and goes from chic to gala with no visible effort. The skirt flares subtly from the upper thigh with the help of two additional gores. Embellishing is kept to a minimal, but you can count on the fact that the dress still appears timelessly elegant. The Celtic interwoven ornament of the trims is all about making the details really stand out. Along with every other minimalist style fan, we fell hard for this less-is-way-more look.
Tender and light, verging sometimes on the elvish, it will have a similar effect on you. If you ever considered yourself as a bride and decided on a classic white colour robe, the "Chess Queen" gown is the best choice! Comfortable, washable, and versatile natural cotton breathes well, so not too heavy for warm weather.
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- Celtic trim;
- Lacing cord;
- Metal D-rings.
- Side lacings;
- Fine trimming;
- Fantasy design;
- Button-up sleeves;
- Skirt bottom ~4.5-5 meters.