Queen Gowns & Collars
for Mardi Gras

Queen gowns & collars, introduction...

Welcome! So happy you stopped by our site.  We create Mardi Gras Queen gowns & collars.  We understand the business of Mardi Gras and take it very seriously! Debutante age queens exemplify their family’s esteem in the community. Thus, a gown should reflect her social station.  Obviously, a Queen’s gown & collar should also embrace the traditions of Mardi Gras and the Krewe. Let us be your guide through design, fabric, and embellishment selections. Thus creating the perfect Queen’s gown and collar for you.

 

Inspiration for gowns & collars...

Inspiration for a Queen’s gown & collar is often drawn from past European royalty. Certainly, couture and current fashion influence a Queen’s gown as well. Our collection of inspirational art books and couturier clippings is vast. In fact, the research process is one of our favorites.

There is nothing quite as thrilling as finding inspiration for the perfect gown, meeting the Queen and her mother’s expectations. 

 

Our methods...

Furthermore, we use couturier methods when constructing our Queen gowns.   To ensure a gown does not easily wrinkle, we line and inner line our gowns. We also layer fashion fabrics to create dimension.  

Specialties...

 Our specialties include lace manipulation and fabric embossing with emBELLAtex®. The 2020 Queen’s gown is an example of fabric embossing.

Mardi Gras Royalty Costumes

We create King and Captain costumes utilizing the same methods as in designing a Queen’s gown. Krewe traditions and European Royalty are inspirations for a King or Captain costume. While the beauty of a costume is paramount, we focus on its fit and wearability, too!

Put our 40 years of experience in making Mardi Gras Royalty costumes to work for you. We will create a Royal costume that makes your reign memorable!

Queen Gowns & Collars, Mardi Gras

2020 Queen
Mystique Krewe of Louisianians

The custom decorative patterns were created with emBELLAtex®.  To learn more about the design and construction of this gown…