The Wedding dress of Princess Anne was the bridal gown worn by The Princess Anne at her first marriage to Mark Phillips on 14 November 1973, at Westminster Abbey. The dress was designed by Maureen Baker, who was chief designer for a ready-to-wear label called Susan Small and had previously designed costumes for Anne.
The dress was an embroidered "Tudor-style" wedding dress with a high collar and "mediaeval sleeves". The train was embroidered by Lock's Embroiderers. Anne was said to have designed many aspects of the dress herself. Compared to previous royal wedding dresses, it was described as "simplistic" and was noted as being close to contemporary 1970s wedding fashions.
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