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Princess Clotilde d'Orleans
When Princess Clotilde d’Orleans
married, she wore a beautiful diamond
tiara borrowed from her grandmother
Isabelle, Countess of Paris. The tiara
was of the bandeau style, and had a
hatch pattern.

The bridal gown was made of thick
white silk. The gown was made with
low W-shaped neckline. The neck
line of the dress was also fitted with
a high and crepe type material to
cover the chest area within the
neckline. The dress was fitted
with Long Sleeves.

The dress had a beautiful
full skirt, and was fitted
in the waist area, followed
by pleats. The skirt was floor
length and bell shaped.

The train of the dress was of
was long and about 2 – 21/2
meters in length and was attached
at the waist.

The bridal bouquet was made
of white flowers, with lots of
green.


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