Princess Wedding Dresses: Mak Tumang
There’s absolutely nothing like a fluffy ball gown to make a bride look like a princess! Chic embroidery, voluminous gowns, and timeless silhouettes are some of the characteristics found in these dreamy designs!
This decorative collar of beads was laid across the chest of an ancient Egyptian mummy. Archaeologists have found larger beaded shrouds with a similar pattern that were big enough to cover the entire embalmed body.
Evening dress, Callot Soeurs, 1927. Pink and gold beaded and embroidered flapper dress. Oyster pink satin slip. Pale rose tulle worked with large flowerheads in opalescent sequins, pink seed beads, and pearls. Ground threaded with gilt strip. Skirt falls in petal-like tiers. Via Kerry Taylor Auctions.
Princess Royal Ball Gowns with a touch of Glam―Stella de Libero If you want to look and feel like a stylish princess on your special day, a classic royal ball gown with a touch of glam is what you are looking for. Intricate embroidery, voluminous gowns, and timeless silhouettes are some of the characteristics found in these fairytale-like designs.
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Quality and details are often the keys that determine the beauty of a wedding dress. The patterns used on a gown, either presented through the choice of fabric, lace, or artistic embroidery, evoke romance and refined times, and add that special finishing touch to a wedding day look.