So it’s really happening! The Royal Wedding Dress as worn by Kate Middleton now officially Catherine Elizabeth of Wales at her wedding to the Prince William has been designed by Sarah Burton.
Speculations that Sarah Burton for Alexander McQueen is the designer of the Royal dress and now we’re finally seeing the wonderful, wonderful wedding dress designed by Lee’s rightful heir to the McQueen sartorial throne! And no, I won’t hide my enthusiasm for the dress is exquisitely simple and gorgeous! From head to toes, this is Catherine Elizabeth, Duchess Of Cambridge
Princess Of Wales in Alexander McQueen white bride dress! Isn’t she beautiful? Congrats to the happy, Royal couple!
More details about the dress emerged as we are now finally in measure to say that the Sarah Burton’s Alexander McQueen wedding dress was made of French Chantilly lace and English Cluny Lace for the bodice as for the skirt and the 2m70 train – the pattern emulates a blooming flower in ivory and white satin gazar.
The Cartier tiara was lent by the Queen herself and Kate wore it proudly on her cascading curled hair, underneath that gorgeous ivory tulle veil with hand – embroidered glowers. As for the earrings, the sole jewelry pieces worn by Kate other than her tiara, biensur, were Robinson Pelham diamond drop earrings as gifted by her parents. (1, 2, 3)