Tuesday, July 15, 2014

Character Couture--The Boleyn King Series

Ok, so clearly this edition of Character Couture for The Boleyn King series by Laura S. Andersen is going to be a little more fun than usual for me. Why? Obvi because these women wore gowns every day of the year SO for this post, I had SO MUCH FUN finding high fashion couture evening gowns that I think our characters would wear. This was so freaking awesome and I loved looking at all the fabulous gowns and deciding what I think Minuette and Elizabeth would wear today. I decided to go through the most recent collections of two of my favorite red carpet high fashion designers Diane Von Furstenburg and OF COURSE Marchesa :)


For Minuette I went with stylish yet still simple. She was raised with royalty yet is not of royal blood. This is a tricky place to be as to not dress above your place yet still need to be seen as somebody important.

The black lace dress I chose, mostly, because it was my most favorite dress I came across in Marchesa's most recent lines and it is just so badass that I needed to pick it. It is sexy and fierce just like Minuette...well, more fierce than sexy for her personality but I don't care, she gets to wear the most fabulous dress I found.

The Diane Von Furstenburg maxi dress I can see her wearing for the daytime. It is elegant yet understated. So very Minuette.

I think the royal blue number is PERFECT for Minuette. Again, simple elegance, classy yet eye-catching. Same goes with this nude number. It is just so beautiful but not over the top. I think these dresses are amazing and gorgeous and just the right amount of amazing for somebody of her standing.


For Elizabeth, I definitely let myself go a little more on the wild side. Elizabeth will be Queen, she sets the standard and she is the one in the room that needs to be noticed above anyone. I love this white number because of the gold accents and I think it is totally something a Queen would wear.

The magenta number is pure fun. Risky and trendy, this is totally something a Queen or future Queen could wear and turn heads while doing so.

Hello, ball gown. The royal purple is completely significant of royalty and the second I saw this I knew this would be perfect for a Queen. The dramatic skirt, the form-fitting bodice. It screams regal while still being fashionable.

The blue number? Because every Queen needs a train...I mean, LOOK AT IT! How f'ing amazing is this silhouette?!

What do you guys think?
Do these gowns do these fabulous women justice?

Don't forget to check out my Book Pushin' video post AND my Boleyn King Series Playlist! 


  1. Fun, fun, fun! I love mixing books and fashion!

  2. I haven't read this series, but I love love love that first black lace dress. Omg so pretty. If only I had an event to wear it to... *sigh*


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