On 19th March ten of Diana, Princess for Wales' most iconic dresses will be going to auction. The dresses were acquired at a charity sale the Princess herself held, just a few months before her death in August 1997 and will now be up for grabs to anyone with an estimated £20,0000 to £200,000 spare. The auction will include dresses by some of the Princess' favourite designers, including Catherine Walker, Bruce Oldfield and Team LBD's very own designer, Zandra Rhodes and many pieces, which were worn for portraits taken by high profile photographers such as Mario Testino and Lord Snowdon. Team LBD's favourite of the decadent collection includes the long dark velvet gown that Diana wore when she danced with all singing, all dancing star John Travolta at the White House in the 80s. Who'd have thought, Princess Diana and Danny Zucko!? We're also entranced by a floor-length turquoise sequinned Catherine Walker number, and a pink silk Mughal-inspired lavishly embroidered evening gown and matching bolero, made for a State visit to India by the same designer. Now that's what you call statement! It's also worth noting the dark green velvet design by Victor Edelstein, which features a small hand print that is mostly the mark of one of the late Princess' then-young sons, Prince William and Harry! By investing in a piece from this astounding collection the lucky buyer will be buying not only an impressive selection of dresses designed by some of fashion's most renowned names but also a piece of fashion and British history. If like us you can only dream of owning a piece of this royal collection take a look at our glorious gowns, fit for a Princess here.  Left to right: Aftershock London Doris Pleated Maxi Dress, Was £356, Now £251, Elliot Claire Empire Evening Dress with Bow, £210, Elliot Claire Passion Lace Evening Dress, £255.