It’s one of the most famous royal wedding dresses of all but very hard to define. The gown worn by Queen Victoria on February 10th 1840 at St James’ Palace to marry her already beloved Albert is credited with making white weddings top of every stylish bride’s wish list but try and describe it and you might just come a cropper. Of course, there are no photos (well, possibly but that’s a whole other great big royal row) and many of the images we have are of the dress on mannequins in exhibitions. But it is a truly beautiful gown and a part of a royal story integral to the history of the British Monarchy. On the anniversary of that famous marriage, here’s a look at Queen Victoria’s wedding gown. I will share my opinion on these two fashion statements below and then you be the judge! If your skin is unusually white, use pink and tan powders, dusting the face first with the tan and then with the pink and applying the pink to any part of the face that needs building up. For instance, if the face is narrow or if the chin recedes a trifle, emphasize these parts by powdering the face with pink all the way from ear to ear or using it generously on the chin. Grace Kelly could have worn a burlap sack to her wedding and still looked stunning-thankfully she did not. Love this trip down memory lane. Truly amazing hub. I am anxious to check out some of your other ones. Love the photos. Cool I’m going to a cambodian wedding soon so this will help! Thanks nice wedding!!! The beautiful couple welcomed a new addition to their family. The Lord has blessed them with a very healthy, very handsome baby boy. To God be the glory! The Breath Gown that Danielle, played by Drew Barrymore, wears in Ever After is a show stopper, it’s just stunning. Though it’s a a simple silhouette the silver color and the little detail make this gown special. The detail on the gown are seed beads, sequins, pearl, lace and trims. This Gown just looks magical on scene. Out of the buckle styles I have tried, this one is probably the best-designed for adding an extra punch per buckle, rendering it perfect for skinny calves. Why? The extra leather folds easily into the inside of the boot, so nobody’s the wiser. This gleaming ECCO style features a generous (but not clunky looking) toebox and a snug heel, for maximum comfort.

The military, hunters, rednecks, and those individuals seeking to get a little closer to their country roots have taken on camouflage clothing as one of their everyday looks. Manufacturers and designers have picked up on this new cue and new camo theme fashions for both men and women are coming in an array of styles. personally I can’t imagine needing more luxury than Stuart Weitzman – and a couple of those are on sale now for …