We nearly fainted when we saw Kate Middleton's elegant and romantic Sarah Burton for Alexander McQueen wedding gown. Sure, the duchess walked down the aisle of Westminster Abbey way back in 2011, but we still dream about the gorgeous dress. And, now that there's a new royal wedding on the books for spring of 2018, we're already convinced that our lives will change forever after we see Meghan Markle in her dream gown. (No pressure, Meghan!)
In the meantime, while we've been busy trying to track down the instant style star's white and navy coats — and others were casually trying to get her nose — designers put pen to paper and sketched the dress they'd design for the future duchess' May wedding.
It's possible that the former actress' stylist and best friend, Jessica Mulroney, will have the most influence on what the future royal wears for the big day. But, in case you need our help as well, Meghan, we think any of these options would be stunning.
For your royal consideration, may we present sketches from ...
The Olvi's Lace designer said: "I tried to create something that was elegant and not revealing, yet with subtle details to emphasize the female body and celebrate femininity." We love the romantic, multi-layered cathedral skirt.
Arodaky says that she's designed a dress for Markle in the past, so she knew that the duchess-to-be loves "whimsical and subtly romantic" pieces.
"I think Meghan will wear a gown that is classic yet sensual and stylish with a modern highlight," said the designer. The lace sleeves remind us of Middleton's dress — but this one has a style that's totally unique.
Morilee by Madeline Gardner
Nodding to Princess Diana's 1981 wedding gown, the designer gave this confection a super long train. She added a modern twist with modern embroidery mixed with vintage lace.
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