This model, which combines pre World War I luxury and sophistication, is typical of Jeanne Paquin’s (1869-1936) style in its indulgence in tastefully coordinated pastel tones: reed green, pink and ivory. The tunic, open in front with slightly elevated waist and billowing sleeves, has a wide neckline framed by a scalloped lace collar. Beneath this are multiple layers of light rose silk tulle and the waist is highlighted with a diamond-shaped bodice belt of pink silk satin. The tunic itself consists of three lengths fabric: two long lateral pieces that are combined to form a loose billowing on the right rear and a knee-length piece at the rear centre. A rose bouquet holds the bunch of fabric. The skirt, with its high waist, extends below the pink-coloured bodice belt. On the left, which is open below the knee, one can see a petticoat of fine silk tulle trimmed in satin. Its front is made of an obliquely processed satin sheet that ends in a train at the back. This skirt, converging conically downward, reflects the high waist with siren line that was popular around 1912.