Someone notify the tailor. I’ll need that McQueen photo tacked to the bottom of the wedding dress dream board.
Liz Lemon found one so grand and so splendid that she assured Jerry Seinfeld it would gets its moment in the sun, no matter what.
I once believed I had found such a dress, but I was wrong.
Today, mine eyes laid upon a vision so spectacular that all other gowns crumple and crease in its presence. It was made by British designer Emilia Wickstead, and it was glorious.
The owner is Lady Charlotte Wellesley, daughter of Charles Wellesley, 9th Duke of Wellington.
The Oxford-educated Charlotte married billionaire Alejandro Santo Domingo in Illora, Spain. Tatiana Casiraghi (nee Santo Domingo) is Alejandro’s niece, who is married to Prince Albert’s nephew, Andrea Casiraghi.
Charlotte’s structured off-the-shoulder Wickstead resembled the texture of Pippa Middleton’s coat dress at Princess Charlotte’s July 2015 christening.
Charlotte’s cathedral-length veil was embroidered with polka dots.
200 guests attended the The Catholic service, including the Duchess of Cornwall, King Juan Carlos and James Blunt.
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