I just finished reading Caroline Weber's Queen of Fashion: What Marie Antoinette wore to the revolution, and it was really great. I chose this book cause I didn't want to read a full biography, I was looking for something with a twist. This book definitely had that twist- the author was able to weave this tragically overtold story with new insight regarding Antoinette's fashion choices.
Although I already knew a lot about Marie Antoinette's history, this book really made me think about it in a new way regarding her historic fashion sense. Overall I really recommend this book for people both interested in fashion and French history. It's truly a page-turner.