Revisiting Claire's Red Satin Dress that she wore while in France when she and Jamie attended the ball at Versailles palace.
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Just a few more gowns of varying length and style. The first reminded me of the poster above with Claire really stepping out there in her amazing red satin dress and rhinestone buckle pumps.
The second is a much shorter length, but in a beautiful red satin with split v-neck styling and a lace-up corset back. The pockets at the front of the skirt have some nice rhinestone detailing.
The third dress also features a plunging v-neck front with illusion insert and low v-back with satin sash bow at the rear waist. It's longer length has an asymmetrical hi-lo hem. Slit pockets hidden at sides.
The fourth dress has a midi-length skirt with a slightly hi-lo silhouette. It also features a V-neck and sleeveless off-shoulder look. There is also a lace-up corset back.
Next is a demure satin dress with a square split-neck at the bodice, long sleeves, and a below-the-knee length. This fit and flare tea-length gown would also lend itself to a fuller petticoat slip for a more retro historic look.
Another plunging sleeveless V-neck with illusion modesty insert is next with a fit-and-flare silhouette and lace-up corset back. A dress of this length lends itself well to show off a pair of gorgeous red satin shoes.
The last dress has a very similar look to Claire's with a V-neck top and off-shoulder long sleeves. The lace-up back bodice is fitting with a slight point dipping past the waist in both front and back before cascading out into full skirts.
And, of course, an Exact Replica of Claire's dress at an amazing price. Just click on any photo to see a larger image, and to find out how to get one of these beautiful gowns for your very own: