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The Swarovski Heiress Tied the Knot in This Sparkly Michael Cinco Gown

Of course, her gown was encrusted with Swarovski crystals.
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When you're inheriting the Swarovski empire, then it only seems logical that your wedding gown is covered in those precious crystals. And to put that Cinderella vision into reality, you'll need a master couturier who's well-known for his impeccable craftsmanship. Thus, here's Victoria Swarovski in a wedding gown made by Michael Cinco.

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The Austrian singer and crystal heiress married her fiance, Werner Mürz, in Trieste, Italy last weekend. She was dressed in a long-sleeved ivory ball gown encrusted with Swarovski crystals. It featured a flared hem adorned with paillette, lace, and laser-cut flowers extending to a jaw-dropping five-meter train.

Victoria finished her wedding look in a sleek low bun underneath a classic white tulle veil. She accessorized using only a pair of silver hoops and kept her makeup natural.

It's not the first time the Filipino designer dressed up Victoria. The happy bride had previously worn a red plunging halter gown by Michael—also adorned with crystals.

This story originally appeared on Preview.ph.

* Minor edits have been made by the Townandcountry.ph editors.

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