Decode Appealing Elements on Royal Wedding Dresses


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Decode Appealing Elements on Royal Wedding Dresses

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Royal brides like Lady Diana Spencer, Grace Kelly, Letty JiYa·Olaf Di, etc wore dreamlike floor-length wedding dresses while moving towards their princes in the spotlight. When a long time has passed, they still touch most people’s heartstrings. Now, let’s unveil the code why those royal wedding dresses are overpoweringly appealing.

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Dream-like England’s Rose – Diana Wedding dress designer: Elizabeth Iraq Manuel and David Iraq Manuel Wedding date: July 29, 1981 On Prince Charles of England and Diana Spencer’s “Century Wedding”, Diana wore an ivory silk taffeta floor-length wedding dress, which charmed the global viewers. That wedding gown was widely discussed. But in today’s era, exaggerating puff sleeves, v-neck decorated by falbala, wave-like ivory train with handmade beaded embroidery and pearl sequins seem like a little conservative. Anyway, a train about 7.6 meters long and fluffy silhouette made this dress seem incredibly elegant in the large Saint Paul’s Cathedral.

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Luxurious Queen of England – Elizabeth II Wedding dress designer: Norman Hart Neil Wedding date: November 20, 1947 On the wedding with the Duke of Edinburgh, Queen Elizabeth II of England chose the wedding dress customized by Norman Hart Neil – a famous royal designer. Themed on renaissance, that wedding gown was traditional. Ivory silk and hard satin were adopted. Precious crystals and ten thousand pearls imported from America were used to decorate the dress, which fully flattered the nobility and elegance of the empire on which the sun never sets. Besides, pretty roses, wheat and star-like flowers embroidery on the 4.6 meters’ train speak for overpowering luxuriance.

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Graceful Princess of Monaco – Kelly Wedding dress designer: Helen Ross Wedding date: April 19, 1956 Princess Diana is not the only person who owns a “century wedding”. In the spring of 1956, Hollywood star Grace Kelly wore a floor-length wedding dress made from 90 meters of chiffon, 23 meters of real silk & taffeta, rose vallace with a history of 125 years and a veil with tends of thousands of seed pearls while moving towards the grand duke in Monaco – Rainier, who was considered to be the ideal man across the world. Her lace long-sleeved wedding gown with stand-away collar seemed extremely graceful, on which pearl embroidery was marvelously beautiful. Wide sashes were tied from the under chest to the waist. Naturally fluffy train well accentuated girls’ sweetness and innocence.

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Retro Princess of Spain – Letizia Wedding dress designer: Manuel Pertegaz Wedding date: May 22, 2004 The civilian princess of Spain – Letizia’s beige Valencia silk wedding dress felt rather graceful and medieval. It carried long sleeves, decorative stand-away collar, veil and skirt embroidered with flower-de-luce and ears of wheat. On the wedding day, princess Letizia specially wore the diamond earrings sent by her parents-in-law: the king and princess of Spain. Her wedding dress was 4.6 meters long and designed by a-list stylist in Spain – Manuel Pertegaz. This 93 years old designer had ever designed fashion clothing for Audrey Hepburn, Spain Queen Sophia, etc.

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Reminiscent Princess of Denmark – Mary Wedding dress designer: Uffe Frank Wedding date: May 14, 2004 Born in Australia, Mary Elizabeth Donaldson chose the simple, yet graceful ivory silk floor-length wedding dress designed by Uffe Frank. The most unique detail should be the veil, which was exquisitely made from Irish lace with a history of 100 years. In 1905, the crown princess of Sweden – Margaret had ever worn. Referring to her flower, it’s composed of Australian Eucalyptus flowers and fresh flowers planted in the royal garden. Royal wedding dresses carry eternal appeal. They may be impressive in many years to come. So, to make you seem elegant on your big day, have you gotten some inspirations from above photos?

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