Six Most Stunning Gowns Princes Diana Ever Wore

From her wedding outfit to her “revenge dress,” Princess Diana was in the limelight because of her seriously beautiful gowns all through the 80s & 90s. The people’s princess’s unique fashion sense is still in demand as both designers and celebrities want to follow her iconic style today. Please keep reading this post to find out 6 most stunning gowns Princes Diana ever wore.

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1980:

For her 1st public outing with Prince Charles, Diana made a huge splash with the press. She wore a black strapless taffeta evening gown designed by David and Elizabeth Emanuel. This particular look led to the press nicknaming her “Daring Di”.

1981:

With a 25ft train & ten thousand pearls, co-designer David Emanuel did not downplay Princes Diana’s most popular fashion moment: her wedding. He said “I wished the outfit to reflect that but she was going in as Lady Diana Spencer & coming out as the Princes of Wales,” “If you did a subtle little number, it isn’t going to work!”

1981:

In 1981 while attending an event at the Victoria and Albert Museum, Diana opted for a dreamy off-the-shoulder chiffon ballgown designed by Bellville Sassoon. She favoured the top-rated designer in her early royal days, particularly when she was pregnant.

1982:

During her pregnancy, the people’s princess stunned in an empire-waist red satin ballgown covered with sophisticated details. From the square neckline to the lace-trimmed bell sleeves, the princess looked out of the box.

1983:

On her royal trip to New Zealand and Australia, the princess embellished her pink Victor Edelstein outfit with the Spencer family tiara. Unlike other royal family member, she hardly wore gloves so she could freely connect with the people she came across.

1984:

The princess looked eerie in a two-tone pink sequin gown, as she participated in a performance held at the Apollo Victoria Theatre in 1984. She paired the fancy drop-waist gown with a rope pearl choker & metallic accessories.

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If you want to know more about Diana’s fashion sense and her love for dress, you would better enrol for a Princess Diana 3D Virtual Museum tour with The Prince Diana Museum. From the comfort of your desktop, laptop or tablet you will find a virtual avatar guides you in English or Spanish through 14 galleries showing never seen before clothing & historical artefacts from Diana’s childhood, and all through her lifetime. You will also enjoy the opportunity to listen to exclusive personal interview with some of Diana’s most favourite fashion designers.

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