|The Marichalar Tiara|
|On her wedding day|
on her wedding day. She’d worn other pieces from her own family’s collections in the years before her wedding, but the wedding marked a switch to the Marichalar Tiara. It has been her primary tiara ever since. I can’t say I like it much myself (Neoclassical – not for me, that), but I can certainly see from a practical standpoint why she felt this one was a keeper: with its petite size and platinum setting, it could be light and easy to wear.
|At Crown Princess Victoria's wedding|
Are you a fan of this Neoclassical gem?
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