I think she keps all of her dresses and sometimes use them again...
But maybe that dress from 1997 doesnt fir anymore consider she was so thin then?
I remember seeing a show where queen Silvia showed off some of her old dresses so I think the keeps them.
I haven´t thought of the similarities between Victorias dress and the one from PD before... cool =)
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Just imagine Yennie, how great it would be, if they would put all these dresses in a duffle bag/suit bag and would send it to you and me ! :woot: Ok, maybe all wouldn´t fit (at least not the purple nobel dress...that´s child-size)...but I´m flexible
To stay serious...wouldn´t it be nice if they would sell dresses (which they don´t want to wear anymore or where they don´t fit in anymore) at an auciton for charity?
My favorite ball gown of Victoria's would have to be the purple beaded dress she wore at Princess Martha Louise's wedding. The light purple one she wore at the wedding with Daniel also looked very nice. I really didn't like the pink one she wore during the German visit (this past summer), and I think it's the same dress she was photographed in the Vanity Fair mag. It reminds me a little bit of wrapping paper. I also didn't like the light blue dress she wore during the Jordanian state visit. If I knew how to post pictures I would! But I'm sure everyone knows the dresses I'm talking about.
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Originally posted by Lena@Oct 19th, 2003 - 4:31 pm I´ve read that the designer for the movie became inspired through Victoria´s dress. It´s not hers....but I wonder what has happend to hers (and with all her other dresses she doesn´t wear anymore)
Yes, I read that too, it´s true.
Well when I got my first (and only) ballgown (but hey, I am still young, I will definetly get more! ) I looked for something like Victoria´s dress and I even found something...that was a bit little her´s. (Too bad it doesn´t fit anymore!
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So apparently, the Princess of Genovia and the Crown Princess of Sweden have the same dressmaker. Too bad they used that one because Victoria was not at her healthiest during that period. However, it works just fine on Anne.