Yes, we went to see the movie Marie Antoinette yesterday and here is our 13 opinions of that movie…

Nah, you have to wait for that until tomorrow, but in the mean time you can enjoy these beautiful pictures from the movie instead!

Choose your favorite of these 13 dresses:
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18 Comments on “Thirteen Marie Antoinette Dresses”

    Debbie UNITED STATES said:

    I like the last one in the second row! I just can’t imagine lugging the skirts around on those dresses! But I think all the tops are just divine and some a bit naughty!

    Lifecruiser: Ah, yes that is a wonderful dress! I love that one too! The whole scenery in that pic is just divine. Oh, yes, the tops are a bit naughty and sometimes even more naughty on other pictures with their boobs almost falling out ;-) THAT would be a bit difficult to have…. *lol*

    Gette UNITED STATES said:

    Number 10!

    Lifecruiser: Yes, that one is actually one that I could think of wearing to a party today! Looks a bit modern.


    I like dress #5! Very pretty! I want to go see the movie, too!

    Have a great Thursday!!

    Lifecruiser: That dress is actually from their wedding party, very exclusive choice :-)


    I just love the beauty of the clothing from the 1700 and 1800s. Now we dress so plain and casual. I wish I could time travel simply to wear those awesome dresses!

    Lifecruiser: Yes, I totally agree with you - and they don’t have to be as uncomfortable as people think. I’ve tested! Awesome!

    Chelle UNITED STATES said:

    I did not know that movie was still out? I do not really care for Kirsten Dunst, but I love the dresses!

    Lifecruiser: Well, you see, we get it late over here in Sweden, but it’s on the last swing now and that’s why we went to see it before they stop showing it. I can’t really say anything about Dunst, have seen her to little, but no fav so far.

    she CANADA said:

    The dresses are beautiful, but your header graphic is classic!

    I’m with Chelle, not much of a fan of Kirsten Dunst at all.

    Lifecruiser: Thanks she :-) Well, I haven’t seen much of her so I find it hard to judge then and especially after this movie.

    Maribeth UNITED STATES said:

    Wonderful! Oh I just love old fashioned gowns!

    Lifecruiser: Yes, aren’t they FAB???? I just love all kind of old thing. Except from old smelly gym shoes - ha ha!


    I’m not much into dresses, the last (only) time I wore one was when my best friend Rocky and I dressed as girls one halloween. BUT! I do think that Kirsten Dunst is a Babe Of The Highest Order, so I’ll pick one. First pick of the second row down. I like her hair in that one, as well as the dress.

    Lifecruiser: Oh, but of course guys have as much as we say on the dress choice, since it’s you that’s going to admire us in the dresses ;-) ah, yes, I see what you mean, good choice!


    I like the green dress. I didn’t know that Marie Antoinette had such wide hips..

    Lifecruiser: Good choice! Ha ha ha! That’s from all the cakes she eats in the movie ;-)

    Melli UNITED STATES said:

    Oh myyyyyy … those are some gorgeous dresses! I would have HATED to have to dress like that ALL THE TIME though! Just give me a comfy ol’ pair of sweatpants and I’m good! LOL! Now… which dress did she wear to her be-heading? :-( Okay… well, I am very much into HATS … so my favorite dress MUST include a hat … and I will choose the white dress with white gloves and the billowing flowery coat…. just gorgeous! Second choice would be the first one - the blue! Love it!

    Lifecruiser: Yes, I guess you’re right there, sometimes I would want to really “slapp off” too. She actually did too, but in a much more simple dress than these ones. And I wouldn’t know what she wear at the be-heading since they had cut that event off the movie! To every ones disappointment ;-) Good choices of yours, two of the most elegant dresses.

    amy UNITED STATES said:

    Thats a pretty neat post..I love reading and watching things of that time

    Lifecruiser: Thanks amy. Yes, me too. I think the 18th century was so interesting, it was that time of party and glamour ;-)


    #6 for me! :cool:

    Lifecruiser: Ah, good choice, most of us really like that dress, it’s stunning!


    Hehehe, I’m not a fan of 18th century thingys, but the lady sure looks good in some of the dresses. :wink:

    Lifecruiser: See… you guys do have opinions too in this matter :-)

    Gattina BELGIUM said:

    I will try all of them for my shopping in the supermarket, as we came back yesterday evening and the fridge is empty. I think it will be very useful to the shop owner because I would clean the floors. Only thing which bothers me is how to push my caddy and how do I get in my car ?

    Lifecruiser: Oh, don’t bother with these little matters, begin to think out how you’re going to go to the toilet - that’s a much bigger problem! I know, because I’ve tried!!!! I have a wig that’s about 25 cm high!!! Oh, and I can tell you that that hair get stuck in everything, car celings, door nobs and people’s hands… Phew! *LMAO*

    Raggedy UNITED STATES said:

    What a great idea
    Great pictures, I enjoyed your post
    Thank you for sharing
    Have a wonderful day!
    My TT is posted

    Lifecruiser: Very good choice indeed! That blue one is so elegant - especially with that little neat hat :-) I’ll pop over!


    Cool topic!

    Mine’s up too :)

    Lifecruiser: Thanks Teena :-) I’ll pop over later.

    lesley CYPRUS said:

    where can i get a pattern to make one of these dresses. How exciting to wear one for a masked ball!!

    Lifecruiser: Yes, that would be fun! Have you tried searching the internet for the phrase: “pattern for Marie Antoinette dresses” ? I did and got a lot of links to check out! Good luck :-)

    april UNITED STATES said:

    i am in love with her wedding dress.
    so, i pick that one of course.
    && i know that you dont know me,
    but i want to make that dress,
    but i cant find a complete picture of it,
    except for this one.
    but i cant seem to copy it or save it to my computer,
    unless its the really small version.
    so, i was wondering if you could find a way to send it to me so something.

    thanks :)

    Lifecruiser: I’m sorry, you don’t really see any details in the pictures I’ve got, not enough to make that dress. Try to get a full picture from Sony or Columbia pictures instead :-) Good Luck!

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