I’ll Become a Villainess That Will Go Down in History - Chapter 353
Williams Family’s Eldest Daughter, Alicia (Age: 16)
I called out to Vian, who was staring at the dress and saying nothing.
I thought he would be jumping for joy, but that’s not the reaction I had imagined.
“That dress doesn’t look good on me.”
He lowered his eyebrows a little and muttered confidently. I was surprised by his response.
This dress seemed tailor-made for Vian, so who else would wear it but Vian?
“Is there something wrong about this dress?”
“I can’t wear a bright red dress.”
No way. There were so many red dresses in this room. If it wasn’t his favorite color, he wouldn’t have collected so many red dresses.
“Do you have some kind of trauma with red dresses?”
Vian looked down when I asked my question.
I could not go any further if she reacted in that way. Even a villainess had to respect her opponent…
“Well, do you want me to choose a different dress?”
“…Do I really look good in that dress, Alicia?”
“Do you think I would look good in that red dress?”
“Of course I do. That’s why I’m recommending it to you. I won’t give you a dress that doesn’t suit you.”
As soon as I said that, Vian reached out her hand and slowly took the dress from me.
What was she so terrified of? Could it be that this red color was dyed with someone’s blood?
…I could understand why she would be hesitant to wear it. But I doubt Vian would make such an outrageous dress.
“When I was a little girl, the color of my first dress was red.. I loved red dresses… and the moment I put it on, I felt magical and confident. “
Vian started to speak nonchalantly. I remained silent and listened to her story.
“But then, the servants saw it. Even though they knew I was a prince, they must have been so surprised that they were unable to pay me any respect. They gave me a blatantly disgusted look and said, ‘That’s disgusting.’ I know they didn’t mean it. But no matter how many years passed, I couldn’t erase the memory of it.”
I didn’t know what to say to him in this situation….
I mean, it definitely looked good on her! I couldn’t help but smile just thinking about Vian’s childhood in that bright red dress.
I would never forgive the servant who said it was disgusting and hurt Vian.
“Hey, believe my words rather than the words of such a servant.”
I said, looking straight at Vian while he stared at me with his beautiful yellow-green eyes.
His expression never changed. It might be pointless for me to say anything, but I couldn’t leave him like this.
…I was a Villainess. I couldn’t soothe him with light-hearted words. That was why I had to face him seriously.
“Sanchez Vian is not such a weak man, right?”
I said as I cupped his cheeks in my hands. Perhaps because I sandwiched them quite forcefully, I heard a slapping sound.
His eyes widened, not understanding what had just happened.
“Why don’t you just stand tall in your red dress if you love it so much? It’s ridiculous that you’re hurt by the words of someone who doesn’t understand Vivian’s charms! They are at the bottom of the heap for saying such things in the first place. Aren’t we at the top of the mountain?“
I said “we”, but that was okay because Vian was like a Villainess as well.
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