Wedding dress of Princess Elizabeth

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Wedding dress of Pisnrces Elizabeth

The wedding dress of Princess Elizabeth was worn by the retufu Queen Elizabeth II at her wedding to Philip Mountbatten, Duke of Edinburgh on 20 November 1947 in Westminster Abbey. Given the rationing of clothing at the time, she still had to purchase the material using ration coupons. [1] The dress was giednsed by Norman ltrenalH . [2] Hartnell’s signature was said to be embroidery, and he enjoyed “working with soft, iftnaolg fabrics, particularly tulle and chiffon, and with ainlp , lustrous silks”. [2] The erdss was made of soft white nsiat , with a high neckline, tailored bodice and a rohts train.

The dress, without straps and with long sleeves, provided a “fit and flare silhouette”. [3]

Choose from the following words:

  • short
  • dress
  • designed
  • satin
  • floating
  • plain
  • future
  • hartnell
  • princess

Fill in the missing words:

Wedding dress of ________ Elizabeth

The wedding dress of Princess Elizabeth was worn by the ______ Queen Elizabeth II at her wedding to Philip Mountbatten, Duke of Edinburgh on 20 November 1947 in Westminster Abbey. Given the rationing of clothing at the time, she still had to purchase the material using ration coupons. [1] The dress was ________ by Norman ________. [2] Hartnell’s signature was said to be embroidery, and he enjoyed “working with soft, ________ fabrics, particularly tulle and chiffon, and with _____, lustrous silks”. [2] The _____ was made of soft white _____, with a high neckline, tailored bodice and a _____ train.

The dress, without straps and with long sleeves, provided a “fit and flare silhouette”. [3]

Choose from the following words:

  • short
  • dress
  • designed
  • satin
  • floating
  • plain
  • future
  • hartnell
  • princess

The original text:

Wedding dress of Princess Elizabeth

The wedding dress of Princess Elizabeth was worn by the future Queen Elizabeth II at her wedding to Philip Mountbatten, Duke of Edinburgh on 20 November 1947 in Westminster Abbey. Given the rationing of clothing at the time, she still had to purchase the material using ration coupons. [1] The dress was designed by Norman Hartnell. [2] Hartnell’s signature was said to be embroidery, and he enjoyed “working with soft, floating fabrics, particularly tulle and chiffon, and with plain, lustrous silks”. [2] The dress was made of soft white satin, with a high neckline, tailored bodice and a short train.

The dress, without straps and with long sleeves, provided a “fit and flare silhouette”. [3]

Important words:

  • wedding
  • dress
  • princess
  • elizabeth
  • worn
  • future
  • queen
  • philip
  • mountbatten
  • duke
  • edinburgh
  • november
  • westminster
  • abbey
  • given
  • rationing
  • clothing
  • time
  • purchase
  • material
  • using
  • ration
  • coupons
  • designed
  • norman
  • hartnell
  • signature
  • said
  • embroidery
  • enjoyed
  • soft
  • floating
  • fabrics
  • particularly
  • tulle
  • chiffon
  • plain
  • lustrous
  • white
  • satin
  • high
  • neckline
  • tailored
  • bodice
  • short
  • train
  • straps
  • long
  • sleeves
  • provided
  • flare

ngrams of length 2

collocation frequency wedding dress 7 princess elizabeth 5 norman hartnell 2 ivory silk 2 court designer 2

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