Meghan Markle chose Givenchy dress for her big day

The Royal Wedding has just being held at St George's Chapel, Windsor Castle. This time, Givenchy is the honorable one to stand behind the bride’s wedding dress.

The wedding of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle is considered to be the wedding of the year with much attention from the media as well as the fans of the British Royal Family. The brideg, American actress Meghan Markle is brilliantly dressed in a pure white wedding gown designed by Creative Director Clare Waight Keller from Givenchy fashion house.

meghan-markle-1
Official announcement from Kensington Palace.

The wedding dress has a sophisticatedly simple design. The boatneck helps to glorify Markle’s long neck and shape her shoulders, while the long lower part makes up soft, feminine charm.

This premium design is made from the double-sided silk with the best quality. Its three-layered hoop skirt is made of high quality organza silk, helping the skirt to be naturally smooth but does not stick to the body, creating maximum comfort. The sleeves of the gown reach the bride’s wrists, fitting her nicely.

meghan-markle-2
Meghan Markle looking dedicated in the Givenchy's design.

The highlight of the set locates in a 5-meter long veil with soft material. According to a statement from the Kensington Palace, the veil has conveyed the importance of the fact that her husband - Prince Harry was appointed to the position of Commonwealth Youth Ambassador.

Along the border of veil are decorative flowers finely engraved by hand. There are 53 flowers representing 53 countries and territories of the British Commonwealth, each flower is a unique identity that can be found in that region. Meghan has subtlely conveyed the message of her role in the up-coming years as a wife who will always be around to support her husband's achievements.

meghan-markle-3
This long veil needs a lot of help behind to move.

meghan-markle-4
The border of the veil is full of flowers, which are embroidered by the skilled artisans of the reputable French brand Givenchy.

The Queen Elizabeth has agreed to allow Meghan Markle to wear the crown of Queen Mary (wife of King Geogre V). The crown was completed in 1932, and the decorative brooch was made in 1893. Both the crown and brooch were given to the Queen in 1953 by Queen Mary herself.

meghan-markle-5
Meghan Markle wearing the crown from Queen Mary.

Alongside Meghan Markle is Prince Harry – the groom in the Royal British Army outfit with a black-and-blue tone, medals and red-striped pants with a prominent white belt. The costumes of Prince Harry and his best man – Prince William have also been agreed by the Queen.

meghan-markle-6
Prince Harry and Prince William in army uniform.

As the royal couple's wedding day approaches, there were more and more rumors spreading about who will be credited to be in charge of Meghan Markle’s wedding gown. Top designers included in the list were prominent names such as Stella McCartney, Victoria Beckham, Erdem Moralioglu, Rouland Mouret, Sarah Burton or even Ralph & Russo – which owns the $ 135,000 dress that Meghan chose to wear for wedding photography.

So, the fact that Meghan Markle showed up in a Givenchy's designs has become a real delight to fashion fans.

meghan-markle
The royal bride in the pure white dress by Givenchy.

Meghan Markle first met with Creative Director Clare Waight Keller early last year. As revealed, Clare was chosen as the designer for the wedding dress because the bride adored her female aesthetics and relaxed, elegant style in the designs of Clare.

meghan-markle-8
The one standing behind the wedding gown of Meghan Markle - Creative Director of Givenchy, Clare Waight Keller.

The cost of the wedding dress designed for Meghan Markle has not yet been revealed. However, according to Royal rules, this dress can not be more expensive than the wedding dress of Princess Kate Middleton. Kate's dress was designed by Creative Director of Alexander McQueen - Sarah Burton and is worth $ 150,000.

 

By: Emma Chavez

Entertainment | Fashion | Beauty | Health | Travel | Food | Lifestyle | Auto | Cloud Computing | Videos | Jokes

Entertainment

Food

Cloud Computing