How Princess Eugenie's Wedding Dress Compares to Meghan Markle, Kate Middleton, and Princess Diana's Gowns

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From Marie Claire
Princess Eugenie has just unveiled her royal wedding gown and made her own statement amid a legacy of iconic royal wedding gowns. Eugenie opted for a V-neck dress by Peter Pilotto with an open back.
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The designers Peter Pilotto and Christopher De Vos have woven a few symbols into the fabric that mean a lot to Eugenie and Brooksbank, the detailed palace. There is the thistle for Scotland, "which recognizes the couple's fondness for Balmoral, a shamrock for Ireland alluding to the bride's Ferguson family, the York rose and ivy that represent the couple's home," the palace wrote. They have been reinterpreted "in a garland of rope-like motifs woven into a jacquard made of silk, cotton and viscose." It all came together with an elegant, long train in the back. Unlike other royal brides, Eugenie chose not to wear a veil.
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Her dress stands out from Meghan Markle, Kate Middleton and Princess Diana in front of her. Here's yours for comparison.
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Meghan opted for a bat-neck Givenchy dress this spring. She had long sleeves and opted for a lace-free dress:
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Kate wore an Alexander McQueen dress for her wedding to Prince William in April 2011. It was lace and cut to fit her figure.
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Princess Diana meanwhile wore an Alexander McQueen dress with embroidered lace, sequins and pearls.
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As for the fit of the dress, neither a looser nor a tighter dress is against protocol, by the way, Myka Meier, founder / director of Beaumont Etiquette and British-American who was trained by a former member of the Queen's household, previously told ELLE .com. "At the end of the day it was just a matter of preference," said Meier of Meghan and all of the royal brides. If people normally expected this protocol to say, "It shouldn't be tight." With the Duchess of Cambridge, it was perfectly tailored to her figure. I think it's just a matter of preference and something that she really made between her and her designer. "
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