the gown it is tied with on our list, it is a dress full of significant touches. It all starts with Crown Princess Margaret of Sweden, Margrethe’s grandmother. Margaret was born Princess Margaret of Connaught, a granddaughter of Queen Victoria. She became Crown Princess of Sweden but sadly died at just 38 years old. Margaret’s daughter Ingrid brought many of her treasures to Denmark, and they’ve become a part of Danish royal wedding tradition.
|The Khedive of Egypt Tiara (as worn in 2011, with a taller base, by Princess Nathalie)|
|The daisy brooch, still worn today|
her quirky personal style – still manage to shine through. And even though the gown includes some of those unusual touches, like the squared corners on the train to echo the square neckline, “timeless” is still consistently offered up as a descriptor of this gown. I admit I was initially surprised to see Margrethe’s dress make it all the way to the Top 10, but after adding all these factors together, I can see why it earned a spot.
What puts this gown in the Top 10 for you?
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