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Before Kate and Will were even engaged, we asked designers to submit sketches of wedding dress ideas for the future princess. Now that we've actually seen Kate's Alexander McQueen wedding gown, we had to look back and see which designer sketched the closest approximation of the final product. While all of the sketches featured elements of the royal wedding gown, we were amazed at how closely the sketch by the design team at Watters actually resembled Kate's dress. Same lace bodice, same v-neckline, same grand skirt, even a similar ruffle in the back. Well done, Watters team, we're very impressed with your design (and psychic) abilities. Check out more dresses by Watters in our dress gallery.—Kim Forrest
Yes, the world is abuzz about Kate Middleton's Alexander McQueen wedding gown and her sister Pippa's bridesmaid style, but here at the Brides.com offices, we're also chattering about the fabulous mother-of-the-bride ensemble that Carole Middleton sported. The Catherine Walker outfit featured a sky blue knee-length dress and coat, which was paired with a smart Jane Corbett hat. We loved this fresh take on the dressy suit, the ensemble's structure and long line, and especially the color, which was perfect for spring. We predict designers will certainly take note of this daytime dressy style, and selected a few options for moms hoping for a springtime dress in a similar hue. Photo 1: Alfred Angelo; Photo 2: Aria; Photo 3: Siri; Photo 4: Jean De Lys by Alyce; Photo 5: Jade by Jasmine. For more mother-of-the-bride looks, visit our mother-of-the-bride dress gallery.—Kim Forrest
Sapa nak cuba untuk wedding sendiri atau ke majlis perkahwinan, boleh tiru yeeee.
Aku berkenan yang grey dress tu with A cut skirt...fuhhhhh cantik laaaaa
Along with her tiara, Kate wore a veil made of silk tulle and trimmed in hand-embroidered flowers, by Alexander McQueen. The veil was mid-length (not cathedral-length as one might have expected), and featured just a hint of lace trim, that complemented the bodice of her gown. It was light, airy, feminine—and pretty much perfection. If you're looking for a similar lace-edged veil, here are a few options. From top to bottom: David's Bridal, Lori London, Toni Federici. For more veil pictures, visit our accessories gallery.—Kim Forrest
Nak cuba veil ni pun dah cantik. So simple..cantik kan.
If you want to accessorize in royal style but don't have access to the Queen's extensive collection of tiaras (the one Kate chose was a Cartier "halo" tiara from 1936), check out these lovely options. From top to bottom: Erica Koesler, David's Bridal, Bel Aire Bridal, Ann Leslie Designs. For more headpiece ideas, visit our accessories gallery. —Kim Forrest
We loved the lace sleeves on Kate's gown; if you like them, too, here are some options. Clockwise from top: Pergola gown, $2,400, Pronovias; Catherine gown, $9,900, train, $6,600, and veil, $3,300, all Monique Lhuillier; Astoria gown, $1,620, Wtoo Brides; Sandrine gown, $4,389, Elizabeth Fillmore; Style L249 gown, $5,000, Legends by Romona Keveza; Andrea ball gown, $4,975, and Andrea jacket, $1,237, both Priscilla of Boston —Kim Forrest
Rege dalam Pound Sterling...gulppppp...telan air liur jap. Cuba convert dalam Ringgit Malaysia berapa tiap satu. Huhuhuhuhu pendek kata, jangan bazir yeeeee...ikut kemampuan masing2.