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The results are in! Your favourite Princess Diana outfit is…

The winning outfit is Diana's form-fitting black dress by Christina Stambolian

14 August 2017
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You voted and the results are in! We asked our readers to choose their favourite outfit worn by the ever-so-stylish Princess Diana, and we can now reveal that her LBD, designed by Christina Stambolian, has won with a majority – 35 per cent of votes. Diana wore the slinky black dress in 1994, when she attended the Serpentine's summer party. Her off-the-shoulder number is perhaps one of her most memorable outfits and was a clear departure from her more demure style.


Diana's LBD won first place with 35 per cent of votes

The second favourite dress, winning 30 per cent of votes, was a dazzling white creation by Catherine Walker, dubbed the 'Elvis Dress' because of its collar. The world-famous creation, which Diana wore in Hong Kong in 1989, was studded with 20,000 pearls.


The second favourite dress with 30 per cent of votes was Diana's 'Elvis Dress'

Ranking third with 10 per cent of votes was the ice-blue cocktail dress that Diana wore in 1997 to attend a performance of Swan Lake at the Royal Albert Hall. The daring number was created by Jacques Azagury, who recalls: "She was happier than I had ever seen her. There was something about the way she carried herself; a certain new-found confidence."


Ranking third with ten per cent of votes was Diana's ice-blue dress

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