This outfit looks like fun to wear while horseback-riding. Like her tan riding dress, I had to add a hat & feathers using beads, b/c the outfit just didn't look complete without it. The hat had a black lace veil for the face, but I couldn't really achieve it with beads, so I left it off. This picture might have been perfect if I could have photo-shopped a horse in the background, but I don't have an art program that can do that.
The image has already gotten 1 crown for intricate on Doll-Divine.
Again, this dress was recycled from 2 other movies about Queen Elizabeth, just like the tan riding dress.
I am somewhat bothered by how, in the images, Anne is shown riding the her horse like a man. That would have been EXTREMELY unladylike in the 1500s. It also ruins the effect the dress was supposed to show off. Side-saddle would have given a better look to both her and her outfit. Anne Boleyn may have been a controversial person, but that didn't mean she didn't know how to ride horses in those days.