Prior to 1840, most brides wore wedding gowns in soft colors. But Queen Victoria set a lasting trend when she donned a gown of creamy white satin, trimmed with white lace to match her handmade Honiton lace veil and a crown of orange blossoms, to marry her German first cousin Prince Albert. The dress had a fitted, pointed bodice, full skirt and train attached at the waist. It reportedly required more than 200 workers over the course of months to complete, making it the ideal, traditional wedding gown for all future dresses to emulate. For her marriage at Westminster Abbey to the man who would become King George VI, the future Queen Elizabeth wore a traditional full-length, dropped-waist gown with a court train made by Madame Handley Seymour. The dress followed current fashion in its fairly shapeless lace bodice, a silhouette made popular by designer Coco Chanel.
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For those of you who are lucky enough to enjoy a casual work environment thank your lucky stars! Generally speaking, casual dress code can be symbolic of a company's attitude toward its employees. In a way, it's a sign of respect and trust. Apple, Google, and Nike all have very casual, laidback dress codes. Formal dress doesn't always mean success.
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