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A look into Star Wars: Padme's Dresses. Part IV

After having looked at the three most iconic designs of the first of the "Star Wars" prequels, I've decided to move onwards and start looking into the designs of Amidala’s wardrobe in the second installment of the prequels: “Star Wars: Attack of the Clones”.
The first of the designs that we will be breaking apart will be the “Travel” gown. 

She wears this dress during her journey back to Naboo, disguised as a young matron from the Thousand Moons system. It’s not one of the most remembered gowns, but it’s a very striking piece of design with very interesting influences.
The dress consists of a mustard-colored overdress which is a stiff upside-down cone that reaches from her shoulders to her ankles. It is decorated with purple paisley designs with olive green leaves, and a feathery purple design running down the front, back, and sides. The bottom hem is decorated with a simple diamond design. On her shoulders, she wears a kind of full-shouldered pauldron of the same mustard…