Royal Brides- 6 Fabulous Best Wedding Gowns in 2016 you Must Check out

Questions have been asked about what constitutes a perfect royal wedding gown. There are numerous answers to these questions. You definitely want to find out whether they are timeless, unique, if it will perfectly suit the bride or if it has some element of family history. However, other people go for their favorite type of dress they prefer wearing on their wedding day. Some dresses receive numerous complements, mostly because they have a great love story behind them. This information is tailor made to give you information on the six fabulous best wedding gowns of royal brides in 2016.

1. Princess Victoria’s Royal Wedding Gown

Princess Victoria’s Royal Wedding Gown

The wedding gown worn by Princess Victoria is iconic. The gown is simple, not heavy on additions and its right above your alley. It’s a Swedish design that is made of silk satin (cream duchess). It has a rounded collar that is almost off the shoulder and has small sleeves. It is a perfect fit for a wedding set on the summer. The bride will be comfortable when giving an outdoor speech to a crowd or when in a carriage ride.

2. Princess Diana’s Royal Gown

This dress has been described as having gone down in history. This is a dress that makes a long lasting impression as it is suitably dramatic. It acts as a symbol of magnificence and sexuality. It is perfectly embroidered with sequins and pearls. Has lace frilled on its bodice thus making you look beautiful an glamourous.

3. Royal Dress of Camilla Parker

Royal Dress of Camilla Parker

The dress is silk and cream in color, with a perfectly matching basket weave coat (oyster silk).The silk dress (chiffon) is well hemmed with Swedish vertical rows. To top it off with beige suede shoes that have almond colored toes. This dress is eye catching and has an extra appeal of elegance and class.

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4. Kate Middleton’s Wedding Dress

The dress is a good example of a fusion of tradition and modernity. It has an ivory satin bodice that is slightly padded around the hip area and has been narrowed along the waist region, thus accentuating your great body shape. The bodice has floral themes that have been cut from lace made from machine. The dress is made from white satin gazar and ivory.

5. Princess Margaret’s Wedding Dress

Princess Margarets Wedding Dress

This dress is made of silk organza. The skirt having been made of thirty meters of fabric. The dress has less beading and crystal embellishments. The dress is stunning and well-tailored with a touch of simplicity and elegance. For anyone wishing to fuse a small touch of sophistication and grace, this is the way to go.

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6. Princess Elizabeth’s Royal Gown

This dress is embroidery. It is made of satin with a high neckline. This dress makes a flare and fit silhouette. It also has a short train which had a symbolic meaning of growth and rebirth after war. The royal dress has a well-tailored bodice that gives it an exquisite look. It is made of satin, thus makes it refined and glamourous.

Conclusion

From these different varieties of royal wedding dresses, there is no doubt you will be stunning and extremely gorgeous on your wedding day. Make sure you settle for the right fit, color and design which will perfectly go with your skin tone and body shape. Therefore, making your most memorable day iconic and fascinating.

Melissa Snyte

Contributor: Melissa Snyte (The Beauty Insiders)

This Article Has Been Published on July 18, 2016 and Last Modified on July 18, 2016

Melissa Snyte has been a part of TheBeautyInsiders for over 6 years. Makeup is not just a hobby for her but it’s a lifestyle. She found her love with the beauty industry and began contributing her ideas in this field. In her free time she enjoys painting and gardening. Follow her on Twitter

 
 

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