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Inspired by Alexander McQueen's Widows Of Culloden collection, this outfit has been created for the
beautiful Kingdom Dolls.

It has been made in a fine cotton lawn tartan fabric. Tightly fitted bodice, fully lined in white silk. The very
full skirt has one half pleated in crisp pressed pleats and the other half gathered up and fastened into the
waistband with a tiny pewter lobster clasp and loops fitted to the skirt with leather straps.
The wide leather belt cinches in the waist, the left side of the belt has the clasp for the skirt attached with
a studded leather strap.

The inserted lace blouse top has been hand sewn and fitted to the corset top. it is embroidered in black
as in the original McQueen outfit. It fastens at the neck with a tiny black button and loop.

The back fastens with concealed press studs and is trimmed with tiny black buttons.
The scarf winds around the neck draping down the back and shoulders tucking into the belt.
The underskirt is made in the most luxurious silk tulle so fine it feels like spun spiderweb. Draping and
hanging perfectly to scale.

To finish off the ensemble she has a head-piece made in black mohair with a small feather trimmed
beret. Long whispy peacock feathers and a silver flower with inset diamante finish off the beret.