Princess Eugenie and Jack Brooksbank's wedding outfits are being exhibited

Princess Eugenie’s and Jack Brooksbank's wedding outfits are ready to go on display at Windsor Castle. The Princess’s wedding dress and Jack Brooksbank’s morning suit are being exhibited in an exhibition organised by Royal Collection Trust. The exhibition also includes Princess Eugenie’s tiara and evening gown, and in addition, the maid of honour outfit of Princess Beatrice of York.
Princess Eugenie wore Zac Posen evening gown. Greville Emerald Kokoshnik Tiara, Peter Pilotto wedding dress
The Design: Designers Peter Pilotto and Christopher de Vos created The Princess’s dress. The design of the dress features a neckline which folds around the shoulders and a flowing full-length train.
Princess Eugenie wore Zac Posen evening gown. Greville Emerald Kokoshnik Tiara, Peter Pilotto wedding dress
The fabric of the dress, also designed by Mr Pilotto and Mr de Vos, includes a number of symbols that are meaningful to Princess Eugenie, such as the White Rose of York, interwoven with ivy.
Princess Eugenie wore Zac Posen evening gown. Greville Emerald Kokoshnik Tiara, Peter Pilotto wedding dress
Jack Brooksbank’s outfit: Jack Brooksbank’s wedding outfit was a black and grey morning suit with a vivid blue waistcoat, made by tailors at Huntsman of Savile Row, London.
Princess Eugenie wore Zac Posen evening gown. Greville Emerald Kokoshnik Tiara, Peter Pilotto wedding dress
Jewellery: Her Royal Highness wore the Greville Emerald Kokoshnik Tiara, which was lent to her by The Queen. On public display for the first time, the tiara is made of brilliant and rose-cut diamonds pavé set in platinum, with six emeralds on either side. It was made for Mrs Greville in 1919 by the Parisian jewellery house Boucheron in the fashionable ‘kokoshnik’ style popularised in the Russian Imperial Court. Mrs Greville bequeathed the tiara to Queen Elizabeth, consort of King George VI, in 1942.
Princess Eugenie wore Zac Posen evening gown. Greville Emerald Kokoshnik Tiara, Peter Pilotto wedding dress
The flowers: A replica of Her Royal Highness’s bridal bouquet, made from artificial flowers, has been created for the exhibition. Designed by Rob Van Helden Floral Design, the bouquet consisted of lily of the valley, stephanotis pips, baby-blue thistles, white spray roses, trailing ivy and sprigs of myrtle from Osborne House. The myrtle bush at Osborne grew from a piece in the posy given to Queen Victoria by Prince Albert’s grandmother the year that the royal couple bought the house on the Isle of Wight as a family retreat. A sprig from the shrub was carried in the bridal bouquet of Queen Victoria’s eldest daughter, Princess Victoria, at her wedding in 1858, and the tradition has been continued by royal brides ever since.
Princess Eugenie wore Zac Posen evening gown. Greville Emerald Kokoshnik Tiara, Peter Pilotto wedding dress
The evening gown: Princess Eugenie’s evening gown was created by designer Zac Posen. Mr Posen said he took inspiration from the beauty of Windsor Castle and the surrounding countryside, and chose a fabric in the blush colour of an English rose. The gown is made of British silk chiffon and incorporates a cape, subtly embroidered with the White Rose of York, gathered at the lower back and draping into a softly pleated full-length train.
Princess Eugenie wore Zac Posen evening gown. Greville Emerald Kokoshnik Tiara, Peter Pilotto wedding dress
Also on display are two diamond wheat-ear brooches, lent to The Princess by The Queen and worn by the Princess as hair slides at the evening reception. On public display for the first time, the brooches were originally commissioned by William IV (1765–1837) for Queen Adelaide (1792–1849) and were inherited by Her Majesty in 1952. The Queen has worn them as both hair slides and brooches.
Princess Eugenie wore Zac Posen evening gown. Greville Emerald Kokoshnik Tiara, Peter Pilotto wedding dress
Princess Beatrice: As maid of honour, Princess Beatrice wore a blue dress with an asymmetrical neckline by the London-based couture house Ralph & Russo, and a blue and purple headpiece by British milliner Sarah Cant.
Princess Beatrice wore a Ralph & Russo dress.
Bridesmaids and Pageboys: The outfits were by the London-based children’s designer Amaia Kids. The pattern on their sashes was based on a work by the American artist Mark Bradford, which was also reproduced on the Order of Service.
Princess Eugenie wore Zac Posen evening gown. Greville Emerald Kokoshnik Tiara, Peter Pilotto wedding dress
On February 28, Princess Eugenie toured 'A Royal Wedding: HRH Princess Eugenie and Jack Brooksbank' exhibition at Windsor Castle before the opening of the exhibition.
Princess Eugenie wore Sandro Morane Houndstooth Wool blend Coat
Princess Eugenie wore Sandro Morane Houndstooth Wool blend Coat
Princess Eugenie wore Sandro Morane Houndstooth Wool blend Coat
Sandro Morane Houndstooth Wool blend Coat

11 comments:

  1. What beautiful exhibit. It was a stunning wedding dress. The Tiara is grand.Also the blush dress is very special.Pss Eugene visiting the exhibit, she looks lovely, she seemed to have found her style. The black dress and coat are very nice on her.

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  2. Royalty fan

    At long last we can see the evening gown, in all of it's full glory, and splendor! Wow! Didn't even know it had also a train. And Eugenie certainly nailed it, and brought the best out of both gowns

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  3. Wow! Must be amazing to see at close range!

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  4. Eugenie seems like such a sweet, genuine person. Beautiful clothes from the wedding and she looked great in the checked coat for the visit.

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  5. The dress is so gorgeous and you can now see the intricacy of the fabric which was maybe not so obvious when she was wearing it. Her outfit when viewing the exhibition is great. The coat really suits her and I agree with Anon 11 04, she does seem like a lovely and genuine person.

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  6. The whole exhibition is so beautiful;I loved her wedding dress,the childrens outfits were so fresh. The hair slides belonging to Queen Adelaide is so poignant I live in Adelaide Australia.The flowers are so sympathetic to Eugenie's heritage;Queen Victoria. Eugenie is a stylish intelligent young royal,very supportive to Her Majesty.

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  7. Hasn’t she come into her own.

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  8. This outfit looks amazing on Princess Eugenie, so elegant - my favourite so far.

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  9. Im sorry but the top of the wedding dress is hideous.

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