It’s a final countdown to the royal wedding! One of the biggest mysteries that everyone is so eager to uncover is the bride’s wedding gown.
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Meghan Markle plunged into the royal family life with the set of her own rules and principles and broke the royal protocol a few times already. The bride-to-be stuns with her unique style, which differs from traditional outfits of the family. That is why she leaves everyone wondering what kind of wedding dress she is going to wear on the X day!
It is already revealed she will have 2 outfits for the nuptials. The correspondent from Vanity Fair reported that Megan is having a traditional wedding gown for the official ceremony, and “a glamorous, more sophisticated” outfit for the venue.
The designer is a secret too! On the engagement photos, Meghan is wearing an amazing Ralph & Russo design. The future royal also favors the following brands: Erdem, Barbour, and Ralph Loren.
There have been rumors that Alexander McQueen might be making the wedding dress for Meghan, the same designer Kate Middleton picked for her own wedding ceremony.
Among the wedding dress’ silhouettes the ballgown, mermaid, A-line, and mini seem to be the most popular ones.
Which one would suit Meghan Markle more?
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Prince Harry is in the dark about the wedding outfits of the bride, so probably she will find the way to surprise him and wear something extraordinary and unusual for the palace.
Mini? Meghan loves this style. However, according to royal protocol, women should cover the knees at the official events.
The ballgown – the “fairy-tale” dress that turns any woman into the princess! Late Princess Diana wore this silhouette at her own wedding day!
Her gown designed by David and Elizabeth Emanuel was made from an ivory silk taffeta and antique lace gown, with a 25-foot (7.62 m) train.
Meghan’s future sister-in-law amazed everyone with a chic A-line wedding gown with a long train. Kate Middleton’s dress by Alexander McQueen is typical silhouette that fits any figure type. Her satin-lace outfit was inspired by the Victorian Tradition of corsetry and had a train 2,7 m in length.
Queen Elizabeth’s gown was an A-line too! The dress, designed by the Court Designer Norman Hartnell, had a star-patterned bridal train that was 13 feet (4.0 m) in length.
The intrigue is growing, and we do not have long to wait to see the actual wedding dress of Meghan Markle. No matter what style she has picked, she would look radiant and glowing from happiness – and that’s the best outfit for any woman.