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The Most Famous Wedding Dresses of All Time

When it comes to incredible wedding dresses, those glitzy and glam celebrities have got it down. From bouffant gowns made from miles of fabric to elegantly sheer dresses and everything in between, they’ve come in all shapes, cuts, colours and sizes over the years. Here we have a look at just a few of the most famous wedding dresses throughout history.

Princess Diana

Diana, Princess of Wales, was wed to Prince Charles in 1981, and her dress definitely reflected the fashion of the times. It consisted of a full skirt, puffy long sleeves and a ruffled neckline complete with bow. The 25-foot train was the longest in the history of royal weddings. Princess Diana also wore a simple, flowing veil on her wedding day. 

Kate Moss

It makes sense that this style icon wore a wedding dress that was revered by fashion magazines and coveted by women all over the world. The champagne coloured dress was the epitome of bohemian style, with a flowing cut and sheer overlay resplendent with dazzling metallic and rhinestone details. Kate Moss wore this dress for her 2011 wedding. 

Grace Kelly

Grace Kelly was married to Prince Rainer III of Monaco in 1956, and her dress was a sight to behold. Made from satin and lace, it was designed and created by the wardrobe department of MGM, and was a gift to Kelly from the studio. The ensemble also featured a lace veil and headdress, and the dress is considered one of the most classic and elegant of all time. 

Priscilla Presley

Priscilla Presley designed her own dreamy long-sleeved dress for her 1967 Las Vegas wedding to Elvis Presley. The dress featured a high sheer neckline with bejewelled sleeves. Priscilla wore an elaborate tiara atop her bouffant 60s hairdo, and cat-eye makeup with full lashes to top off the look. 

Kate Middleton

Kate Middleton’s graceful royal wedding dress struck a perfect balance between the classic and modern in her 2011 wedding to Prince William, Duke of Cambridge. The dress was designed by creative director of Alexander McQueen, Sarah Burton, and incorporated vintage-look long lace sleeves, a lace bodice and a full brocade skirt. 

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