We're dissecting her style and showing you our picks for Kate Middleton's wedding dress.
What will Kate Wear? The Royal Wedding dress predictions.
The Royal Wedding Week is finally here, and people the world over are all aflutter trying to uncover the latest of the Royal Wedding details. Since weddings are sort of ‘our thing’ here at Wedding Shoppe, Inc., we’ve been speculating for months what we think Kate Middleton’s wedding dress will look like. We’ve polled some of the ladies here at the Shoppe asking them what they think this trendsetting young Royal will be wearing in her wedding to Prince William on April 29th.
So without further ado, here they are: the gals from Wedding Shoppe, Inc. and their picks for one of the biggest Royal Wedding details, Kate Middleton’s wedding dress. See all our designs fit for a queen!>>
Brittney’s Choice for Kate Middleton’s Wedding Dress.
San Patrick Bridal Gown Carpatos
Traditional and elegant with modern details. Regal and sophisticated yet young at heart. In my opinion, these statements sum up the lovely Kate Middelton’s style. This classic young lady is the picture perfect modern royal archetype, and I think her wedding style is going to reflect this, especially her wedding dress choice. After scouring the hundreds of designer wedding dresses we have at Wedding Shoppe Inc., the wedding gown I think will most resemble Kate Middleton’s wedding dress is San Patrick Bridal Gown Carpatos. This gorgeous wedding gown is elegantly made of tulle with a beautiful lace overlay. The slim A-line silhouette is fitted through the hips and gracefully flows into a fuller skirt that is followed by a chapel train (which of course would be lengthened if this were actually Kate Middleton’s wedding dress). Featuring a strapless neckline, this beautiful wedding gown also comes with a tulle and lace embroidered jacket that is definitely fit for a princess (and one I’m sure the Queen would approve of). Modern details on this beautiful bridal gown include a tulle sash at the empire waistline that is adorned with an elegant brooch, which could be replaced by one of the Queen’s crowned jewels as a part of Kate’s ‘something borrowed.’ (If only we were all so lucky as to borrow such coveted pieces!) No matter what type of wedding gown Kate chooses, I know she’ll be a stunning bride, and set a multitude of trends in the process.
Sarah’s Choice for Kate Middleton’s Wedding Dress.
Watters and Watters Bridal Gown San Francisco
Sarah chose Watters and Watters bridal gown San Francisco as Kate Middleton’s wedding dress. The details that led her to believe this would be similar to Kate’s choice are the unique, illusion v-neckline and beautiful embroidered lace covering the bodice. The light organza fabric makes this bridal gown a comfortable and elegant wedding dress. For more on Royal Wedding details, check out Sarah’s other blog posts about Royal Wedding Accessories
. She has some great ideas if you’re looking for Royal Wedding style inspiration.
Meghan’s Choice for Kate Middelton’s Wedding Dress.
Watters and Watters Bridal Gown Grafton
Watters and Watters bridal gown Grafton is Meghan’s pick for Kate Middleton’s wedding dress. This gorgeous silk satin bridal gown is a strapless bridal gown adorned with organza flowers, ostrich feathers and crystals. This bridal gown would definitely bring an element of drama to the Royal Wedding. Although it has modern details, it does hold a classic and elegant silhouette that Meghan felt would be exactly what Kate would be looking for in her wedding gown.
Carolyn's Choice for Kate Middleton's Wedding Dress.
Pronovias Bridal Gown Festin
This classic wedding gown by Pronovias was chosen by Carolyn for its elegant and traditional details. Carolyn felt that Kate's style is subtle yet modern, and she thinks that Festin by Pronovias embodies all of those things. With its high v-neckline and mermaid silhouette, Kate would be able to show off her figure in the most proper way a princess can. Carolyn is also sure that Kate will have a train following her. Whether it be a detachable train on the dress or a train from her veil, we know that long aisle at Westminister Abbey deserves it.
Debra's Choice for Kate Middleton's Wedding Dress.
Pronovias Bridal Gown Icaro
Debra chose Pronovias Bridal Gown Icaro as her choice for Kate Middleton's wedding dress. This streamlined and couture like wedding gown is made of silk mikado and a gorgeous waterfall style train, which is something we think Kate would definitely be on board with. The bateau neckline would show off her sophisticated side and the low back keeps this style modern and not stuffy. Not to mention the simplicity of this gown creates the most perfect palette for all those royal jewels!
Laura's Pick for Kate Middleton's Wedding Dress.
Pronovias Bridal Gown Iman
Pronovias Iman is a lovely prediction for Kate Middleton's wedding dress. Laura chose this gown for its sophisticated styling and versatile options, as the lace coat is optional. The bridal gown, made completely of silk, is very regal, and would definitely provide a grand entrance for this new Princess. Featuring side pleats on the skirt, this dress is elegant and stunning.
As the Royal Wedding rapidly approaches this week, we will be anxiously waiting for the Royal Wedding details to emerge, including the unveiling of Kate Middleton’s wedding dress. Keep reading My Wedding Chat
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