May 19, 2018

Meghan Markle Walked Down the Aisle in Givenchy


Updated on May 20, 9:43 a.m.

The day we’ve all been waiting for has arrived and the most speculated part of the Royal Wedding was finally revealed. As soon as we got a glimpse of Meghan Markle in her car, we all got giddy and excited. And of course, we started finding clues as to who designed her wedding dress.

As she alighted the car and walked up the stairs, it was finally revealed in full. The long-sleeved elegant creation with a boat neckline and her pointed white satin pumps was by British designer Clare Waight Keller—she is the first female artistic director at Givenchy. Meghan is also wearing Queen Mary’s filigree tiara to complete her look.


Meghan’s veil is much more detailed than you think, she requested to have all the 53 countries of the Commonwealth be represented in flora making a beautiful composition. A thoughtful addition to her look as well!

See how gorgeous the dress is from all angles, we can’t help but swoon.

Her evening reception dress was another dramatic yet simple look, this time designed by Stella McCartney. It was a sleeveless high-neck design paired with Aquazzura heels.


A little something we noticed was a ring that belonged to the late Princess Diana as her “something blue” detail.


[Harper’s Bazaar]


Photos courtesy of Getty Images via Harper’s Bazaar

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