Tunique-skirt mini Jouy


For this Jouy pattern *, we drew six dancers and three ballerinas dressed in ballet costumes from the time of Louis XIV. And we let them perform noble dances to the glory of this monarch, who did so much for the development of ballet. Cupids bless their performances, scattering flowers among the dancers.
* – monochrome prints usually imaging pastoral scenes; appeared in France in the XVIII th century.
In the photo: Prima ballerina of the Bolshoi Theatre – Ekaterina Krysanova.

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Wrapped skirt – it’s convenient, and practical! It will not restrain movements, but will emphasize the beauty of your feet, and air chiffon will help to fly!

Front length – 33 cm

The length of the back – 52 cm

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100% polyester