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As promised, here is a look at the less popular, but no less beautiful gowns worn by our royal ladies. This is the initial free-for-all, where we throw any gown we want into the ring. There are two parameters: we are still reviewing contemporary gowns (post-1921) and they cannot be gowns that appeared in the… Continue reading Great Wedding Gown Game – The Road Less Traveled
Note: Belgium's National Day bumped the Elie Saab and the Luxembourg Weddings Designer Diary, but we'll get to it next week, I promise! You knew we'd get to this design house at some point, right? What better time than Belgium's National Day, when we have ample examples of NATAN? The current creative force behind the… Continue reading Designer Diaries – Édouard Vermeulen and the House of Belgium
Last week we had a lot of fun with the bare one or two-shoulder neckline, and we thought it was a great warm-up for the strapless neckline. No definition necessary on this one - bare shoulders, bare arms, no sleeves, no straps - ta-da! Strapless! Here are a few thought-starters. Looking forward to your contributions.… Continue reading Spam the Neckline – Strapless
Of course, the Queen didn't visit alone. I know King Abdullah and Crown Prince Hussein have a significant fan club among these parts, and we'd be remiss to not mention their presence. Unfortunately, we only have access to limited photos so if you would like photos of the gentleman and a full write-up on the… Continue reading Random Royaling – Queen Rania’s White House Working Visit