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MA-inspired on etsy..... Marie did not invent the 'pouf' headdress, but she was responsible for popularizing it and turning it into a way to convey a tone or message about the things she advocated. Poufs were usually about 3 feet high, but could soar even higher. There were several known pouf deaths by women who accidentally got them caught in lit chandeliers, ugh.....

Dessert Tablescape. I don't think we should be this elaborate however we need to think about decorations for the cake table.

Six Things We'd Love to See in Sofia Coppola's 'The Little Mermaid'

Shoes | F. Pinet | France; Paris | 1910 | Silk, rhinestones, metallic thread | Chicago History Museum | Object #: 1957.1017ab1910