Kirstin Dunst as Marie Antoinette in Pink Satin Shoes, Yum…
Luxurious, plush, satin, pink, elegant, class, style— and we will talk about Marie Antoinette and Kirstin Dunst later, but first lets go on about these beautiful pink satin slides, pink high heels, pink dress shoes, pink sandals, and pink evening shoes.
The pink satin mule is like the classic blue blazer—it never goes out of style. This look is the modern version of the Victorian Era. And, you remember, Marie was a trend setter—and, you, too can be known for your unique look and timeless style.
Wear these shoes from day to evening. You will put your best foot forward in these beauties.
Some Myths Exposed
Champagne glasses were invented in the shape of Marie Antoinette’s Myth: Champagne glasses were made in the shape and fit of Marie Antoinette’s bosoms and were the standard for beautiful breasts. If a woman’s breast overflowed the champagne glass–it was considered waste…thus, the cup runneth over…breasts.
They were invented long before Marie Antoinette was born. Per Snopes.com “Champagne was invented in the 17th century when a Benedictine monk discovered a way to trap bubbles of carbon dioxide in wine. As for the glass, it was designed and made in England especially for champagne around 1663, a chronology that rules out du Barry, du Pompadour, Josephine, and Marie Antoinette, all of whom were born long after the coupe came into existence.”
Marie Antoinette said, “Let them eat cake.”
Scholars believe Marie Antoinette did not say this and as a matter of fact, she was kind, and concerned about the people of the kingdom. She, apparently, was one of the few from the kingdom that volunteered and worked with those less fortunate.
There were pamphlets written up about Marie Antoinette that were not true and were put out for two reasons. One, to extort money from King Louis, he had to pay to have some pamphets destroyed. And, the others were put out in order to assist in the revolution. The pamphlets were filled with lies to damage the king and queens reputation.
Kirsten Dunst in Sofia Coppola’s Marie Antoinette
The movie has luke warm to bad reviews. But, the costumes and the scenery of Versailles get rave reviews. As a matter of fact, the movie won an Academy Award for best costumes. And, the reviews state Kirsten Dunst looks great, too. So, how can you go wrong with ordering the Pink Satin Shoes??? Grab them now while you can.