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Ask many brides what they want to look like on their wedding day and they’ll tell you one word: “princess.”

 

Images of massive skirts, long trains, jeweled bodices, and  longgown dress  layers upon layers of tulle pop into their minds and onto wedding dress boutiques’ racks. It seems like “princess gown” has become synonymous with ball gown.

 

But the dresses real royals wear on their wedding days are christmas costume  actually quite different.

 

They’re mature and perfectly tailored, but that doesn’t mean they’re boring. Because they’re custom-made, real princess dresses feature subtle, perfect detailing and crisp lines. What  corset skirts sets  you will not see are deep cut, bedazzled gowns with skirts that are three times as wide as the woman wearing the dress.

 

Consider, for instance, one of the most famous modern day royal wedding dresses: Kate Middleton’s. Her custom-designed Alexander McQueen gown featured a subtle, heart-shaped neckline, lace sleeves, a high lace collar, and elaborate embroidery on her skirt done by hand. Another recent royal bride, Princess  underbust corset   Alix de Ligne of Belgium, went for a similarly mature and subdued look with a square neckline, fringed waist, and A-line skirt. The dress was stunning in its elegance and simplicity.

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