Official details of the dress that Meghan Markle will wear to her wedding with Prince Harry will not be released for some time. It’s common knowledge that Meghan was previously married and the dress she wore to her first wedding has now been circulated. This may give everyone a clue as to what style she prefers.
Meghan wore this dress when she married film producer Trevor Engelson in 2011. The two later divorced in August 2013. As you can tell, Meghan prefers a more simple design and a dress that falls directly over her legs rather than one that is over-embellished.
But we have more information as to what the dress may potentially look like. In March 2016, shortly before she met Harry that summer, Meghan Markle told Glamour that her ideal wedding dress “is very pared down and relaxed. Classic and simple is the name of the game, perhaps with a modern twist.”
She also added, “I personally prefer wedding dresses that are whimsical or subtly romantic. Delphine Manivet and Christos Costarellos are my faves of mine for their uniqueness and beauty. And I will always be a fan of Elie Saab. J. Mendel is spectacular as well, especially for more structural designs.”
When asked about her favourite celebrity wedding dress, she responded, “Carolyn Bessette Kennedy’s. Everything goals.” As of now, only one designer who submitted designs for Markle’s royal wedding dress had her illustrations leaked.
That is the designer Inbal Dror, and the dress is gorgeous. However, it’s uncertain whether it suits Markle’s tastes exactly. She may still be shopping around, and why shouldn’t she? Designers are probably clamouring to create the dress she’ll pick.
Being able to design a royal wedding dress is a designer’s dream. Though it’s still unclear what the dress will look like exactly, the sketches, Markle’s first wedding dress, and what she said about her perfect dress give us some hints as to what we can expect coming wedding time.
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