Watch the Best Red Carpet Dresses From 2011

April 29, 2012 by Chelsy  
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When it comes to gorgeous gowns, you can’t beat the red carpet, and this year’s star-studded events definitely left us swooning over starlets left and right. From Mila Kunis’s lovely lavender Elie Saab gown at the Oscars to Anne Hathaway’s full-length shine at the Golden Globes, we fell head over heels for a bevy of fantastic frocks — 15 to be exact! To see all our top picks from the carpet rouge, watch our video now!

Royal wedding dresses: a history

April 10, 2012 by Chelsy  
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What can history teach us about Kate Middleton’s choice of wedding dress? Dr Joanna Marschner reveals the style and symbolism of two centuries of royal wedding dresses. Find out what the dresses say about attitudes to royal marriage, about the the state of the nation – and about the personality of the brides who wore them. From Princess Charlotte’s silver gown of 1826, through Queen Victoria’s iconic white silk dress, through to Princess Margaret’s Norman Hartnell designed couture gown. The dresses are part of the Royal Ceremonial Dress Collection looked after by Historic Royal Palaces at Kensington Palace.

Royal Wedding Dresses Starting With 1840

February 17, 2012 by Chelsy  
Filed under Royal Family News See the full post with even more details!!! This cool video is featuring all the Royal Wedding Dresses starting with 1840, especially the Royal Wedding Dress that Kate Middleton wore in 2011. Royal Weddings are a great chance to watch the latest trends in fashion. Kate Middleton arrived at Westminster Abbey on Friday wearing a long-sleeved wedding dress with English and French Chantilly lace appliqué bodice, satin gazar pleated skirt and nine-foot train by Sarah Burton of Alexander McQueen.

Kate Middleton Chooses Two Wedding Dresses???

March 23, 2011 by Chelsy  
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