Last week I presented a 1920s frock with lace and geometry, and you didn’t like it much. In fact, what you really didn’t like was the only part I found interesting: the lattice. But I can’t tell you exactly how much you didn’t like it because I used my weekly maths adding quota up on marking student papers, ‘kay?
This week, I present a masquerade themed Rate the Dress. We can tell it’s a masquerade costume because she has a mask. Also, she’s at the masquerade, and it’s called Venetian Lady at the Masqued Ball.
In addition to a mask, our pretty Venetian is very fond of matching: she’s got a profusion of picot-edged pink bows which perfectly match her pink skirt, and the delicate pink piping of her bodice.
Even her black mitts are trimmed with matching pink ruffles.
The only things that aren’t pink and black are her white undersleeves, and her mad feather-bedecked hat.
So, dear readers, there are two important questions to answer here. First, what do you think she is dressed as (I have my theories), and second, what do you think of her extremely well-coordinated ensemble?
Rate the Dress on a Scale of 1 to 10.