Princess Madeleine wore a Erdem Truman Floral Matelassé Dress

On September 9, 2016, Princess Madeleine of Sweden attended the baptism of her five-months old nephew Prince Alexander at Drottningholm Palace Chapel. (See photos and video: Here ). At the baptism of Prince Alexander, Princess Madeleine wore an Erdem Truman Floral-Print Matelassé Dress. The Erdem Floral dress retailed for $1.485.00 on "ModeSens" website. Currently, there isn't any sales of that Erdem Truman Floral dress on any online shopping website.
Swedish Princess Madeleine wore a Erdem Truman Floral  Matelassé Dress, style, fashions earrings, shoes, jewelery

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  1. It is a very busy dress ~ Erdem. I do like the colors and style. It is the white Peter Pan collar that I do not like. It seems to be very fashionable right now. I have seen Kate and Charlene wear it as well and I do not like the look. Too pointy?

    But Madeline looked beautiful as always 😊

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  2. Very elegant and demure dress. Suitable to wear for the church. Nice variety among all those lacy dresses.

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  3. Je n'ai pas aimé cette robe pour l'occasion. Pour travailler dans un bureau ou pour de la représentation, ça peut aller, mais pas pour un baptême!

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  4. The print on Madeline's dress is very beautiful in close-ups, which is a test of a good quality fabric--it looks better and better on closer inspection. Hers is my favorite dress of the day. Good colors for her. Beautifully accessorized. Very distinctive amid all of the lace. I liked the white collar framing her face.

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  5. It's not a Peter Pan collar - they are rounded, not pointed.

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    1. Too pointy looking for me. And yes it is considered a PP collar.

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    2. Go check the web, you'll find Peter Pan collar both ponited and rounded ;)

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  6. Wikipedia gives an explanation: The Peter Pan collar is a form of flat collar, one of the three basic collar types along with stand and roll collars.[2] It is cut to fit around the neckline, following the curve, and to lie flat upon the torso. It can be made either as one part, with a front-fastening bodice, or in two parts to accommodate a back fastening while retaining the front opening.[2] It is defined as small and soft, with rounded corners.[3][4] Although regularly part of women's fashion since the 1900s, including a popular wedding dress detail in the mid-20th century, the collar has been mainly associated with children's wear since the 1920s.[1][2]

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    1. This is true however the current PP collar has been modified from the more round to being more pointed and tapered. Yes it is rounded to go around the collar that is the round part. But in the front as on this dress it is pointy and not the traditional round.

      It has been adapted and they are on fact calling it a PP collar. I just read in this since its NYFW. Yes I know we Americans do our own thing LOL.

      I saw a close up of this dress elsewhere and it is quite pointed. Much discussion there too but no one thought it was rounded in the traditional sense.


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  7. Erdem white pique point collar which is removable apparently. A play on the PP per the fashion stylists. But pointed versus round. I still do not like it LOL ~ remove it ! Ha

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  8. OMG, don't kill each other about the collar whether it is round or not.
    Dress is pretty with the collar, that is the new style!

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  9. I can't remember an ensemble Madeleine didn't look stylish in !

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  10. Princess Madeleine looks very beautiful.
    I like her look from head to toe. Very demure, yet sexy, very elegant. Flawless look for the christening.
    If this collar can be removed, she can recycle this dress easily and create another new look with different hairdo and accessories.

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