Meghan Markle in two wedding dresses for her Royal wedding
Saturday, May 19th was a special day. It was the Royal wedding when all the eyes of the world were turned towards the capital of the United Kingdom. Closed streets, people cheering up, crowds gathering, the highest level of security and unbelievable clear skies were just some of the adjectives that can describe the situation that was going down all day long. It was the day that will go down in history as a day when the British monarchy was changed forever. The American actress Meghan Markle, known for her role as Rachel Zane in the TV show “Suits”, married the British heir Prince Harry. The wedding itself was a spectacle. The entire program was followed by the strict protocol and time frames. Lots of famous names of celebrities were invited to the Royal Wedding and all of them had to follow an appropriate and compulsory attire protocol. It was definitely a Royal wedding Red carpet as the guests arrived for the ceremony. However, the anticipation while awaiting the bride was the biggest event.
The wedding dress was kept secret until the moment she stepped out of the burgundy Rolls Royce. Then, all the eyes were on her and the world got the information. After much speculation, the designer was revealed. It was Givenchy Official designed by label’s artistic director Claire Waight Keller. The grand bridal entrance showed the gown in marvelous light. It was a timeless custom gown, spectacular from both back and front. It was a modest white silk gown, with long sleeves and boatneck neckline. The iconic train was 5 meters long, made from silk tulle and hand-embroidered flowers in silk threads and organza. Each flower on the veil was worked in three dimensions so that will create a unique and delicate design. The veil would not have been so significant if it were not paired with a tiara.
For the evening reception, Markle changed into the second wedding dress that appeared to be more revealing than the first one. It was Stella McCartney lily white high neck gown made of silk crepe. The high halter neck was showing Meghan’s shoulders. It also had an open back and a train. To add to the look, the footwear she has chosen was from her favorite Aquazurra brand. The heels were made in silky satin with nude mesh and the soles were painted in baby blue. The second dress was way sexier than the first one, which was somehow, expected to have in mind that the first one had to be Chapel appropriate. What describes them and what both the gowns have in common is the simplicity. There was no lace on either of them or any kind of embellishments.
The new Duchess of Sussex looked stunning in both gowns and she made a mark in both fashion and British history. She brought a new, modern vibe into the monarchy.