Lady Navarre’s Dresses

If there’s one thing Lady Antionette Navarre loves more than her lovers and planning revenge, it’s looking beautiful.

Known as one of the most beautiful women in the Kingdom of Vahalia, Lady Navarre takes particular care in choosing her clothing, knowing that a woman’s beauty is her greatest weapon.

Here are some of Lady Navarre’s most memorable outfits.

OutFit #1 (Seen in Chapter 30, The Chronicles of Emily Rosewood)

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Lady Navarre wore this dress during the Festival of Orion, which celebrates House Navarre’s father god, Orion. It’s made up of House Navarre’s colors, maroon and ivory.

Outfit #2 (Mentioned in Chapter 11, The Chronicles of Emily Rosewood)

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Lady Navarre wore this dress during her second coronation as Lady Navarre, in which she became sole ruler of the Navarre Realm after the death of her husband, Lord Viktor.

Outfit #3 (Word in Chapter 11, The Chronicles of Emily Rosewood)

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Lady Navarre wore this dress while sitting outside and enjoying the summer weather with her courtiers. The dress is emerald green to honor her blood house, House Silverstone.

Outfit #4 (Mentioned in Chapter 11, The Chronicles of Emily Rosewood)

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Lady Navarre wore this dress during her wedding to Lord Viktor Navarre, which included over bride’s ladies. The dress is made from gold to show off the wealth of House Navarre.

Outfit #5 (Mentioned in Chapter 11, The Chronicles of Emily Rosewood)

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Lady Navarre wore this dress during the funeral of her husband, Lord Navarre, who died in the Battle of Flames. Since they are still in the war, Lady Navarre’s clothes are simple.

“Lady Navarre tilts her head to the side and wrinkles her nose. It’s an action that would’ve brought ugliness to any other woman had she done it. But she is no normal woman. Antoinette is a woman who can recognize beauty when she sees it. And she sees it in the mirror every day.”

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