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PRIMAVERA bustier and skirt
FIORI GARDEN 2021 Collection
Inspired from Botticelli’s “Primavera” and a FIORI version of a Detail study of the figures of the Three Graces.
Our Primavera Bustier with tule Skirt is a classic vintage Pre Raphaelite inspired style so beautiful as if you look like you just stepped out of a a Botticelli painting. With one shoulder sleeve ,lovely detailing and and a blue tulle skirt that gives a celestial air.This elegant dress with beautiful little sky Blue Roses print on sheer chiffon over lining a bustier with asymmetrical lines adds to the unique style,the sheer overlay flows to give a Ethereal Modern day Grecian Goddess look .
This one of a kind bustier top is so versatile, it can be worn over a straight skirt, jeans , shorts or as seen with a Tule skirt design that is so unique. With Sky Blue French silk ribbon that wraps around the waist on numerous way give you the perfect waistline silhouette.
* Tule Skirt shown with nude color slip skirt underneath( *not included)
Bustier Size: 34 A
Fabric : Bustier -chiffon
Skirt- French Tule size S-M elastic waist waist band
Inspiration: Primavera by Botticelli
Studied Details of figures of the Three Graces .This painting, one of my Favorites and most admired by art lovers throughout time, it catches the attention for the beauty and elegance of the figures represented by Sandro Botticelli in what was his typical manner in the late seventies of the fifteenth century – the period to which the painting is traced Florentine – when the artist tended to represent the figures in an idealized way. For the graceful elegance and solemn gait of the figures, the Primavera by Botticelli is a true icon in my eyes .
Study of the ROSE .Since ancient times, rose was considered the queen of flowers: the flowers of this plant were used to make crowns and it was the favorite flower of poets and at the banquets as well.
Rose is also a symbol of pride and triumphant love: according to tradition, it would have been the flower brought by Venus when the goddess won the contest with the other goddesses.