Our collective perception of beauty changes over time. What the Romans found desirable is not the same as what they preferred in the 1600s.
The ideal Renaissance woman was much rounder than what’s considered perfect now. In Victorian times it was all about the smallest waist possible, which is when you see those crazy tight corsets. In the 1920s women tried to even hide their curves altogether. And then later into the middle of the 20th Century the curvy hourglass figure of Marilyn Monroe was in vogue.
As you can see, taste changes and physical fashions come and go. Yet with Tereza you’re about to experience a timeless beauty, a classical face and well-proportioned curves that stand the test of time. She also has a special quality, like the aura and confidence of a princess. It’s as if her ancestors were ancient kings and queens.