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~ The Many Styles of Marie Antoinette ~

HAIR: The XVIII century fashion became very sophisticated and voluminous 3D hairstyles were common at Royal Court.   Queen Marie-Antoinette played very important role in development of the new and gregarious hairstyles. Her vision with the aide of hairstylist Leonard Kuaferom, created some amazing masterpieces called “Sensitivity Explosion”, “Voluptuous”, “Secret Passion”. These highly evocative, blatantly romantic and sensual names further pushed the envelope of French court decadence. Marie Antoinette French Commuter Bag by PoeticPastries Historical records note that making just one […]

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~ Stocking Trivia – Muse Mania Menagerie ~

How much do you know about socks? Stockings? Here are some facts: (which will come in handy, sometime/somewhere and could possibly save your life) In ancient times the stockings and socks were made of leather, or animal hair/matted fur. it was not until the 16th century that fabric stockings were manufactured. socks and stockings were handmade primarily up to the 1800s The modern English word sock is derived from the Old English word socc, meaning “light slipper”. The Children’s Society […]

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~ Tears Poem Quote from Muse ~

“I would write my tears, weeping out my pain I would empty my veins for ink.” (muse slice) Logophile Pastry: The word ‘would’ is considered  to be a verb in the English language. Verbs are those words which directly relate to action. ‘Would’, can infer that you have already willing done something, becoming the past tense. It should be noted that in today’s style of speech and writing,  we rarely see this application. More often we utilize the word have. […]

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~ Love – Gluttony ~

“I ache not from need – but from my heart’s gluttony of you.” (muse slice) Logophile Pastry: Gluttony is our modernized English version taken from an old Latin word ‘gluttire’. Precisely  it describes the act of gulping down or swallowing with greed or excessive indulgence. The emotional attachment to the word gluttony immediately gives our brain visions of vulgarity, waste, indiscretion, extravagance, bloat, vile and in some cases, sinfulness. One of the first recorded uses of the term comes to […]

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