Saturday, September 11, 2010
My heroine, Julianna Kent, is attending a masquerade ball in The English Marquesa. While researching, I found this interesting tidbit:
"Even the use of masks for masquerade ball follows a certain social protocol especially when it comes to formal parties or corporate parties. The color, the make and the quality say something about the person wearing it.
White masks for masquerade ball are better used by women while the darker colored Venetian masquerade is better for men. This practice was developed in the Victorian era, back when everything you wear, do or say represents something about your gender or social standing.
Anything that glimmer is really better reserved for women. Masks for masquerade ball with complicated designs, in fact, ought to be reserved for women. Adult male ought to keep it bare and direct. Adult female are broadly expected to be empirical and bold. That is not the same case for adult male. Adult female could also hold their mask using a stick as men ought to keep with the half face mask."
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Needless to say, Julianna shall wear a white mask. She wouldn't want to break protocol or go against proper etiquette...or would she?