The wedding dress of Camilla Parker Bowles is the second-wedding dress worn by Camilla Parker Bowles at her wedding with Prince Charles on 9 April 2005 at Windsor Guildhall. She wore an elegant cream silk dress and matching oyster silk basket weave coat. The silk chiffon dress was hemmed with vertical rows of Swiss-made appliqued woven disks. She completed the outfit with pale beige suede court shoes with almond-colored toes designed by L. K. Bennet, a Philip Treacy wide-brimmed cream-coloured straw hat overlaid with ivory French lace and feathers, and a purse made from embossed calf leather with a half flap closing and suede lining, from Launer’s “East/West” collection. Work on the outfit began on 21 February 2005, and the final fitting was made on 5 April.
For the blessing afterward, she wore a floor-length embroidered pale blue and gold coat over a matching chiffon gown and a dramatic spray of golden feathers in her hair. Both ensembles were by Antonia Robinson and Anna Valentine, London designers who work under the name "Robinson Valentine". They reportedly wanted a “crisp clean look with subtle detailing” for the dress.
See also 
- "Parker Bowles, elegant yet feminine for wedding". MSNBC. Retrieved 10 May 2011.
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