Nearly a week has gone by, and we still cant stop talking about the royal wedding around here. The fashion! The hats! Meghans gown! Every detail has been picked over, discussed, and dissected.
Weve also been looking at lots of pictures, and we have some unanswered questions. What were William and Kate talking about during the ceremony? What did Meghans second dress look like in the back? How come literally no one had a wrinkled skirt?
You might have some questions of your own. Like how can you recreate Meghans gorgeous bridal gown for yourself. I feel you, and I have an answer. Luckily, we have 2 great gown options that will help you look like royalty on your own special day.
This first gown is from Pronovias, and it features the same elegant bateau neckline, form-fitting shape, and long sleeves that Meghan wore so well. The back dips to a low V and features a row of delicate buttons. Its made from a buttery soft crepe that looks rich and refined.
The second gown is a Justin Alexander with a clean crepe front, and a breathtaking beaded illusion back with buttons that run the full-length of the train. This fit and flare silhouetted gown has a jersey lining to help hug you in all the right places, and the sleeves feature covered buttons at the wrist for a special added detail.
Both of these gowns are as timeless as the one the duchess wore. They drip with elegance, and yet they are simple. They are stunningly simple, but theyll certainly let you show off your shape. Despite the high collar and the long sleeves, these gowns are sexy. Theyre restrained, but not conservative. Theyre classic, without being too traditional.
We had so much fun watching the royal wedding, and so much fun sharing it with all of you. We can't wait to help you find your own regal gown!