If you didn’t get enough of royal wedding mania last year then you’re in luck – because neither did we. BAZAAR look backs in the archives at the royal wedding dresses from the last century that have stood the sartorial test of time and still take our breath away.
Think Queen Rania ‘s Bruce Oldfield gown at her wedding to Prince Abdullah of Jordan in 1993; Meghan Markle in her bateau-neck gown created by Givenchy and designed by British designer Clare Waight Keller, the first female designer of the French fashion house, to get married to Prince Harry; and Gracy Kelly, who wore a custom-made design from Academy Award-winning costume designer Helen Rose.
Press play to watch our roundup of the 10 most iconic wedding dresses and ball gowns fit for a princess (literally).
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