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    1. Todd Subjent

      Agree if birds not sacrificed, but no account of such if countless beautiful birds died! If so, this outrageous cruelty to animals & then dress never used, an outrage!
      Indeed the designers vanity seems at play here, again if birds died she should be shamed!!

    2. MrsSlocombes PuddyCat

      ….. Why only think the worst? Peacocks naturally drop their feathers and these could have easily been collected to make this dress. I have loads of feathers from peacocks that are still alive and strutting around gardens. EDIT: Thought the dress was gorgeous

    3. Penelope Collett

      Same. I wonder how many peacocks were either slaughtered, or picked alive (I know they do that to ostriches when they’re alive) to get all those feathers. And it’s so damn ugly too. Bird feathers only look good on birds.

    1. Bobbi Catalan

      Diana said years later the dress was way “too much”. If she had to do it over, she would have had something much more simple. Of course, that comment reflected a new day and a more mature woman. (I think she became more beautiful, the older she got).

    1. SA Inja woof

      @Dogsense Foru you literally stated EXACTLY why and how she gets things for free….as do all major celebrities, reps and officials. They “represent” local designers, doing them the favour of free advertising and exposure, whilst getting the opportunity to wear and sometimes own their clothing. Aside from this practice being the norm, these were THE most influential nuptials of the time, any designer would gift the dress.

    2. Ennazor Rellim

      Look up Princess Margaret’s wedding dress. It’s the same design, just used lace instead of silk chiffon for the bodice overlay and sleeves. The 1950s pointy bra cup was softened, and it was slightly more aline than the top of PMs skirt. Copy close copy none the less.

    3. Dogsense Foru

      @SA Inja woof Actually The Royal Family never take anything for free for many reasons*, however when doing formal engagements they are expected to wear British and Commonwealth designers in order to promote businesses in those countries…. (Kate always does) for the sake of the businesses and the countries in which they are located.
      *RF must appear impartial at all times, RF has a salary and protection paid by taxes, small start up businesses would find it harder to compete, a ton of PR freebies would be arriving every day and British taxpayers would go nuts if it were found out RF were merching or getting freebies on top of their immense privilege (top of the list: having anyone in the world on speed dial!).

    1. Zebra Warrior Strong

      Alux.com I’m in a small town in Australia and I spent $1200 in 2016. The most expensive dresses were $2400. Also, we pay for our own dresses in Australia. Is that an American tradition (to pay for the dress) ?

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