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Nobel Ceremony – Fave Gowns

Back for day two! Today we’ll be showcasing our favorite gowns from Nobel ceremonies past.

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I can’t help it but I mourn the end of Sils and her big gown phase. One of the last of its kind, this tulle-tastic Nina Ricci from 2001 is my favorite. I would LOVE to see this on Victoria, but for some reason I think it’s too girly girl for her tastes. Maddie has already worn it, so I think it’s time for Sofia to give it a whirl.

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My favorite gown is without a doubt, the mighty green Elie Saab worn by Crown Princess Victoria at the 2012 ceremony, known affectionately as The Kermit. This was a huge stretch for the lady and I think she carried it off beautifully. It was impeccably tailored, had a peek-a-boo back and flattered her in every way without being inappropriate. Super sexy yet completely covered. Brava!

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Guess what? I have to go with a Silvia gown as well! Must be why she’s the queen. This gown is from 2004, and I love it. The fit is amazing, and the Mighty Leuchtenberg Sapphires are perfection with the gowns simple line. LOVE.

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This one was easy as well. I have always loved this gown worn by Silvia at the 1999 Nobels.

Mandatory Credit: Photo by Anders Jahrner/Shutterstock (314705c) QUEEN SILVIA OF SWEDEN AT THE NOBEL PRIZE CEREMONY 1999 PROFESSOR JG VELTMAN AND QUEEN SILVIA AT THE NOBEL PRIZE 1999

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So now it’s your turn. What’s your favorite Nobel gown of all time?