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How to get Meghan’s Bridal Look

Did you fall in love at the weekend too?

We most certainly did, there was no detail of Meghans (or should we say the Duchess of Sussex) dress that we didn’t absolutely love. Meghan was glowing in her Givency gown designed by their recently appointed Artistic Director, Claire Weight Keller.

A breathtakingly crafted gown with minimal elegance, it was complemented with Givency shoes, a 5m wedding veil, Cartier earrings and bracelet and the final finishing touch – a diamond bandeau tiara. It was flawless, and no doubt many brides to be out there will want to emanate the look but maybe with a nod towards their own unique character and style! So, we thought we would give a few tips on how to recreate your version of the look with us at The White Room


The Dress

Similar to the bateau neckline of Meghan’s dress, ‘Geddes’ by Suzanne Neville has a sophisticated high neckline. The lines of the dress are beautifully simple and feature slim, full length sleeves with a gently fluted cuff, and for that little twist the back features a beautiful, contemporary edge. Alternatively, for a more formal take on the look – the stunning ‘4038’ by Jesus Peiro once again demonstrates our mantra at The White Room that less is most definitely more chic…

Suzanne Neville Geddes

Geddes by Suzanne Neville
www.suzanneneville.com

4038 by Jesus Peiro (central dress)
www.jesuspeiro.com

The Shoes

Like her dress, Meghan’s shoes were refined in their design. Simple, elegant pointed heels that echoed the craftsmanship of her dress, again by Givency. We recommend ‘Olivia’ shoes by Emmy London. Stylish pointed court shoes hand finished in London.

‘Olivia’ by Emmy London
www.emmylondon.com

The Veil

What a jaw-dropping moment as Meghan entered St George’s Chapel with her 5m veil gliding behind her. Hand embroidered in silk tulle with flowers representing 53 countries of the commonwealth, it’s a veil we can only dream of! Luckily we have the genius talent of Helen Martin on hand to provide a buffet of lace edge veils which can be made bespoke to your requirements!

Veils by Helen Martin
www.helenmartinveils.co.uk

The Tiara

Meghan’s tiara on loan from the Queen (her ‘something borrowed’) was Queen Mary’s diamond bandeau tiara, made in 1932 with a centre broach of 10 diamonds. Now we can’t all be loaned a tiara from the Queen, so how about this slightly more delicately understated ‘Teardrop’ halo by Emmy London to complement your wedding look?

‘Teardrop’ halo by Emmy London
www.emmylondon.com

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