Let's Talk About Princess Beatrice's Wedding Dress (aka Vintage Dress Alteration Done Right) 

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JanineBean Dia atrás
I adore this! The dress is amazing, and actually surprisingly modern for a vintage dress, even before alteration
Maria Thrash
Maria Thrash Dia atrás
And she honored her grandmother, which is huge.
Maria Thrash
Maria Thrash Dia atrás
I love your hair!
Judy Hale
Judy Hale 2 dias atrás
They might have to have sleeves if the wedding is held in a church
Liz Seabrook
Liz Seabrook 3 dias atrás
I thought that royals had a rule for wedding dresses that the shoulders had to be covered. Hence, the controversy over Megan Markle’s dress. It is a beautiful homage to her grandmother and a truly stunning design. Considering how much the girl had to give up because of COVID, it is a true mark of love for history.
Nora Yelton
Nora Yelton 4 dias atrás
You are stunning! ❤️ You literally look like you stepped out of some other era and your rocking it!!
Amy 4 dias atrás
It helps that Bea has a similar figure to the Queen at that age, so the shape stayed largely the same. This is such a lovely look, so unique and individual to the bride, which is what a wedding dress should be!
FlickerFlame 5 dias atrás
I didn't dislike it - I just didn't love it. I thought it a bit drab. You can tell it wasn't worn the way it was designed to be worn, which was puffed out, to show off the beautiful jewels. Yeah - it just didn't pop, and you want it to pop on your wedding day. But don't worry, no one else has said this so I'm in extreme minority.
Midna Heed
Midna Heed 6 dias atrás
Such a gorgeous princess!
SugarfreeCandy 6 dias atrás
I love the fact that she wore her grandma’s dress! It is so sweet!
Eleanor Barsic
Eleanor Barsic 6 dias atrás
The fabrics are not the same from the original to the altered... I'm corious if the satin band at the bottom is cut from the original satin used for the queens dress? Often the satin ordered was too much for the project and then saved. Clearly different gowns and beautifully copied
Bombshell Musical
Bombshell Musical 6 dias atrás
I love this dress. Royal brides have to wear sleeves, so there wasn’t the option of leaving it sleeveless.
Maggie D.
Maggie D. 6 dias atrás
I think it’s lovely that on such a special day she wore her grandmother’s dress
Red Lady
Red Lady 6 dias atrás
Lovely dress but the strip of satin is naff. There must have been some damage to the dress they were covering
Podfixx 7 dias atrás
Isn't there some royal protocol that says that royal wedding dresses must cover the shoulders? I'm sure there was something said about this during the BBC coverage of Megan and Harry's wedding while waiting for Megan to arrive. 🧡
Christy T
Christy T 7 dias atrás
I think the sleeves were added to cover her shoulders in the church. A lot of modern gown come with the option to add a sleeve due to shoulders not being acceptable in many churches.
Christy T
Christy T 7 dias atrás
I’m going to have to go back and watch the video of the ruined wedding dresses.
Michelle Beckert
Michelle Beckert 8 dias atrás
I may be wrong but I believed there is a rule that the royal family must have their shoulders covered for the wedding.
Julie Jeavons
Julie Jeavons 8 dias atrás
Maybe they felt sleeveless straps weren’t appropriate to wear in a church? When the Queen is there and her position in the Church of England the bride cannot show too much flesh
Elmi Friends
Elmi Friends 8 dias atrás
I agree with sleeves but for my taste I would have prefered tight fitting sleeves to the elbow I heard why she chose those no it was her day and mother should have insisted to stand aside as such but no that's Fergie for you
lisamarie garza
lisamarie garza 9 dias atrás
20 😂😂
Terry Turner
Terry Turner 9 dias atrás
As Her majesty is not nearly as tall as Princess Beatrice obviously the skirt needed to be made longer but I think they used the worng fabric. They shoudl have used something nearer to the original... it is quite possible that Her Majesty still has some of the original fabric. The join could have been disguised with some sort of trim.
Dexy Nash
Dexy Nash 9 dias atrás
She had to wear's royal protocol....bare shoulders are a No No ESPECIALLY in church.
Jana Kuzmanovska
Jana Kuzmanovska 9 dias atrás
The sleeves are added to make the gown appropriate for church/abbey.
beeharbour II
beeharbour II 9 dias atrás
The stlye of the sleeves undid the whole. It the syle that babies and young girls wear and unless you are on your way to a fancy dressball no adult shoud ever be observed wearing the things.
Arianna Arredondo
Arianna Arredondo 9 dias atrás
Altering the wedding dress... ✨respectfully✨
Anon A. Mouse
Anon A. Mouse 10 dias atrás
You seemed to have difficulty pronouncing words and phrases. Toward the end of the vid I thought - YES! I know what the matter is - it's your teeth which appear to get in the way. They need to be removed - after which you should see a marked improvement in speech.
Dolly Daydream
Dolly Daydream 12 dias atrás
That cat did not look delighted.
Aliarose C
Aliarose C 14 dias atrás
It's fascinating to see her in this vintage gown, especially with how strikingly she looks like a redheaded Queen Victoria.
killmenowprettyprett 18 dias atrás
I don’t have a link but I remember seeing a clip from the wedding dress show where someone cut off the neck lacing or whatever it’s called in front of the mom and daughter and I’m not an expert but it looked like the same dress. There’s also a clip where they wash a dress because it had yellowed. I think at least some of the time they do actually alter the dress
B purple
B purple 18 dias atrás
This should be in a museum not being changed. I don't like that at all
Carmen B
Carmen B 19 dias atrás
Don’t like the royals but damn, that dress was pretty
marelle q
marelle q 19 dias atrás
not so european sleeves yes are english. not modern. oscar de la renta has a better neckline floating silk tulle off the shoulder . the idea is not very creative
vazz sathish
vazz sathish 20 dias atrás
alecoloxa 20 dias atrás
4:46 that close up is very uncomfortable
Phoebe Rose
Phoebe Rose 22 dias atrás
I agree very much and think this is a perfect example of altered wedding dresses done right
Leslie Kendall
Leslie Kendall 25 dias atrás
Only disappointed she didn't wear her antler hat. 🤪
Deo Volente
Deo Volente 29 dias atrás
Code Name
Code Name Mês atrás
I absolutely love how tastefully and conservatively she had that dress altered. It was beautifully fit, still looked like the original and was gorgeous. I like the addition of sleeves. It may have been for modesty’s sake, it could be a simply style driven choice ( maybe she doesn’t like sleeveless) and it was well done without destroying it.
Libby Spriggs
Libby Spriggs Mês atrás
My personal favorite of the modern royal wedding dresses. It is beautiful and they did the original design so much justice. She looked amazing
Priscila Guimarães
I have a feeling the princess saw this video. I wonder if she left a comment 👀
Kate S
Kate S Mês atrás
The new sleeves are bad, though, in my opinion. I wouldn't wear something with such sleeves to save my life
Martha Naranjo
Martha Naranjo Mês atrás
I think the sleeves were there because you are not supposed to show your bare shoulders in church
Jim P
Jim P Mês atrás
British royal wedding dresses must have sleeves. It's not about the church. Actually, all wedding dresses should have sleeves. A white sleeveless formal dress is a debutante gown. I think the sleeves should have been long. The puffy sleeves are a bit discordant with the look of the original dress.
lemsip Mês atrás
Princess Beatrice's wedding dress was originally an evening gown the Queen wore not her wedding dress.
Kaitlyn Hernandez
Kaitlyn Hernandez Mês atrás
Did they maybe add the satin at the bottom to protect the original hem of the skirt? I don't know how well satin might protect something in this situation but maybe?
bubblepie bubblepie
I love her unique style and this dress suited her brilliantly.
Jean Valjean
Jean Valjean 2 meses atrás
Elizabeth looked better. She was slim and had a better hairstyle.
Grace Thomas-Hurley
Grace Thomas-Hurley 2 meses atrás
In the other brides defence, I would assume the royal family has a somewhat bigger budget to make it work.
Νίκη Χανδρή
Νίκη Χανδρή 2 meses atrás
I love your furball son....give him kisses for me.
kateri17 3 meses atrás
I love the dress. I'm glad we're generally going in favor of sleeves on wedding dresses now; for years every bride looked like she was just coming out of the shower wrapped in a towel under her arms. I still love Diana's dress best but Beatrice is a close 2nd!
Mina Tempes
Mina Tempes 3 meses atrás
oh great more anti-sleeve propaganda. wtf
Daphna Eremina
Daphna Eremina 3 meses atrás
The dress was absolutely GORGEOUS. She (and her sister) had absolutely gorgeous wedding gowns unlike markle’s absolute disaster...
kd gc
kd gc 3 meses atrás
I'm watching Lucy Worsley's - BBC Two HD Victoria & Albert The Royal Wedding (2018) and Queen Victoria's shoulders are purposely bare.
Amanda Nelson
Amanda Nelson 3 meses atrás
Your hair looks great!
Elise Curran
Elise Curran 3 meses atrás
Karolina, what is your kitty's name? He's a pretty boy!
GreenBeetle 3 meses atrás
but she is a princess why not wear a dress who looks over the top ? if it was me i just wear that dress who was ment to be originally.
maggieedna 3 meses atrás
Doesnt the chapel where the royal family gets married require sleeves on wedding dresses?
Paul Small
Paul Small 3 meses atrás
Liz H
Liz H 3 meses atrás
It's a very beautiful dress, I am glad she wore it. The very puffy sleeves made it look like Dorothy's dress in the Wizard of Oz, but.... Oh well, this is a fantastic idea. Bea's mum loved Queen Victoria, and that looks like one of her tiaras, I think. Or at least one the queen wore on her wedding day. Lovely, sorry the original hemline wasn't kept, as it was so unusual, but I think it had to be that way. A masterful job refitting it, such an enexpected choice, but quite refreshing.
Denise Freitas
Denise Freitas 4 meses atrás
Love the dress. Bea looks Pretty.
Maureen Hannivan
Maureen Hannivan 4 meses atrás
It’s just a dress. Brides have no one to please but themselves and future hubby
Susan Sherwood
Susan Sherwood 4 meses atrás
I wonder if the addition to the bottom was because she was taller than her grandmother was when the queen wore it
G GaffGaff
G GaffGaff 4 meses atrás
I’m not also I huge fan of the sleeves -but I’m pretty sure she needed to add them for a church wedding. Shoulders, for some reason, can’t be seen in certain churches.
suzanne kathro
suzanne kathro 4 meses atrás
I love the dress but not the sleeves.
charl KRIEK
charl KRIEK 4 meses atrás
HRH Princess Beatrice stole hearts in her wedding dress
charl KRIEK
charl KRIEK 4 meses atrás
HRH Princess Eugenia looked breathtakingly beautiful
Patty Longan
Patty Longan 4 meses atrás
They added sleeves so she could get married in it, i guess you have to have your shoulders covered.
The ghost In the mirror
As a rule for alterations, I’d say that you can alter it to fit your form, and if you want: add. If you have to deconstruct and reconstruct the thing to wear it how you want, buy a sundress and use that as your base instead.
Will B. Nimble
Will B. Nimble 4 meses atrás
I'm just glad you found your cat.
fan2jnrc 4 meses atrás
The dress was of a wonderful elegance as worn by the Queen. By Beatrice, with this altered version, really, no, definitely no.
Clara M
Clara M 4 meses atrás
Bea looks so much like her character in The Windsors
J thelo324
J thelo324 4 meses atrás
No it doesn't look good or modern imo
Ell E
Ell E 4 meses atrás
I keep telling myself, "one last video" and then clicking on 3 more. Love your content!
Cathy Doherty
Cathy Doherty 4 meses atrás
Beautiful wedding dress. Much prettier then Meghan Markles.
Shawna Varganyi
Shawna Varganyi 4 meses atrás
You may appreciate vintage styles, but others may not. The owner of the dress is entitled to treat the item as they wish. Brides shouldn't be shamed for repurposing material that would otherwise decay, especially since it's eco-friendly and affordable.
bzleo 4 meses atrás
I liked it without the sleeves and without the satin. Basically... as it was. I do like it without the petticoat. I think that would have modernized it on its own. But I agree that I'm glad the dress looked like it did before. Changing the dresses completely is straight up cringy.
Maria Alma Barrera
Maria Alma Barrera 4 meses atrás
I love her deflection, Beatrice looks so beautiful, beautiful, beautiful, I just love her dress. She looks pretty and innocent, so loving, I understand Edo falls in her love.
Fubs_the_queen 1996
Fubs_the_queen 1996 4 meses atrás
As who studies Art History and well acquainted with terrible restorations, I can say that this dress completely follows what we are taught today: never do anything that can’t be undone.
[Owlrie] 2 dias atrás
unless you really have to
ohoyohmrd 3 dias atrás
I agree. that also explains the Ribbon on the hem.. The original dress was designed to be worn with multiple petticoats. Instead of "cutting" the excess material, they simply hemmed the skirt and added a ribbon to hide the wide hem line keeping the original length tucked into the hem.
Gate To Hell
Gate To Hell 17 dias atrás
I’m getting baumgartner restoration vibes here😂. But yes, from one art student to another, we’ve seen some horror movie stuff
「izoo」 4 meses atrás
jesteś naprawde dobra w języku angielskim to przychodzi ode mnie, amerykanki, urodziłam się i mieszkam moje 11 lata życia w stanach naprawde dobrze mówisz lmao
sophia mac
sophia mac 4 meses atrás
The Queen looks amazing! Her figure for a woman who'd given birth is stunning!
Beatriz Borges
Beatriz Borges 4 meses atrás
I felt a little offended when she tried to say the name and the caption showed "be a b*tch" :(
Audra Blue
Audra Blue 4 meses atrás
Her dress was beyond gorgeous and not at all what I expected her to wear. It was much prettier than Meghan's dress, which I thought was boring and plain and didn't do her loveliness justice at all. But Beatrice hit the style meter out of the park.
Holli Thomas
Holli Thomas 4 meses atrás
Gotta have sleeves to get hitched in the church tho 😜
belle.krossing 4 meses atrás
Iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii don't like beatrice
Rachel Maria
Rachel Maria 4 meses atrás
I’m not a fan of the alterations they made with the puffy sleeves and the satin hem
tobermory88 4 meses atrás
It looked better without the puff sleeves
Irina 4 meses atrás
Can you make a video for making your cat victorian-ish clothes lol he's so adorable
Amsodoneworking now
Amsodoneworking now 4 meses atrás
The sleeves were added out of respect for the fact that the wedding was taking place in a church and some people consider sleeveless or spaghetti straps to be disrespectful, then the addition of the hem was due to height difference between the Queen and her granddaughter
Lenna nonyabusiness
Lenna nonyabusiness 4 meses atrás
I think you should cut her some slack on the sleeves being added. Every one in her family had sleeves on their dresses and they probably had to cover their shoulders to be married in a church.
Cheryl Stephenson
Cheryl Stephenson 4 meses atrás
I just adored this whole wedding. It seemed really nice, despite everything else going on. My opinion on the sleeves is that they were added because it was a church wedding: no bare shoulders in church.
Janet Benning
Janet Benning 4 meses atrás
This lady is really weird.. makes it difficult to watch!!!
Mika 4 meses atrás
I like how the dress was altered although personally I would cover up my arms and chest but thats just me. I also loves Lady Dianas wedding dress. She looked like the angel she was. Kate's dress had a stunning silhouette but I think the skirt could've been a tad wider.
Panama Red
Panama Red 4 meses atrás
hez 4 meses atrás
That awful TV show needs to take some damn notes (though they'd probably mess that up too). I was excited that you did a video on Beatrice's dress.
Kelly Reilly-Robinson
Kelly Reilly-Robinson 4 meses atrás
She had to cover her shoulders for the ceremony it’s Royal tradition
CherylAnn 4 meses atrás
Actually, the sleeves were added to adhere to Church of England standards for wear with the church.
Tahneesmum 4 meses atrás
The sleeves were added due to the fact that you can not have Bare Shoulders in church, The dress was originally designed for the Queen for a State dinner in Rome in 1961. Princess Beatrice wore the Queen Mary Fringe Tiara as a nod to not only her grandmother ,who wore the tiara on her own wedding day, but also her great great grandmother.
Theresa Hanssen
Theresa Hanssen 5 meses atrás
The sleeves were added because the church wanted shoulders covered.
Kevin M
Kevin M 5 meses atrás
I'd love to hear your thoughts on Safia's wedding dresses through the ages video. Love your content! Such an entertaining personality too!
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