Princess Margaret, 1960
For her wedding to Antony Armstrong-Jones, the queen's sister Princess Margaret went for a simple and stylish silhouette. She too employed the services of royal couturier Norman Hartnell, but her wedding gown could not have been more different. Where the queen's was lavish and ornate, Margaret's was made from white silk organza, with a fitted bodice, cinched waist, and ballgown-style skirt. There were no adornments, and no train for the uncharacteristically pared-down princess.