The royal wedding is a month away! Here are our top trend predictions for Meghan Markle’s wedding dress.
So we have saved the date (May 19, 2018), ironed our dresses, paid for unlimited internet, and ready to attend the royal wedding – online. Join us if you can.
We already know where the royal wedding is taking place (St. George’s Chapel at Windsor Castle), and that Meghan will be wearing two dresses. The invitation card design is also no longer news.
Now, the biggest questions on everyone’s minds are who will be designing Markle’s dress and what will it look like.
These are our top predictions.
1. Plunging Neckline from Eddy k
Eddy K has the perfect wedding gown for every bride. From sophisticated couture gowns to elegant destination dresses, Eddy K’s attention to detail flatters all figures and offers styles for any taste or special occasion. We think Meghan will look amazing in this.
2. Open Back from Val Stefani
With over 20 years of expertise this fashion house draws on generations of experience. Gowns accented by delicate beading, hand rolled rosettes, cascading ruffles, and lace. Each gown conjures up vintage beauty and elegance that transcends generations and trends by using the most luxurious silk fabrics, intricate French lace, and hand sewn Swarovski crystal detail. These hand crafted details and creation of feminine silhouettes are signatures for every Val Stefani gown and of course, befitting for our dear Meghan.
3. Silver brocade ball gown from Theia Couture
Inspired by the Greek Goddess THEIA, this evening wear, bridal and day dress collection was created to bring out every woman’s inner goddess. The THEIA collection combines sophisticated and elegant styling with luxurious silks, European brocades, laces, and prints. THEIA’s exquisite beading and embroideries are created by some of the finest couture studios in the world. Each piece is meticulously stitched together to create exquisite gowns and cocktail dresses that flow beautifully around the body.
4. Bateau-necked Romona Keveza Collection
This gown was actually inspired by Buckingham Palace and would be a great fit for both the royal ceremony and reception.
Which of these dresses will look best on her? Tell us in the . below.