May 02, 2011

{Royal Wedding} All About Kate Middleton's Bridal Look

If you tuned into the wedding of Prince William and Kate Middleton last Friday, we're guessing you may have gotten fashion fever from Kate's multiple wedding dresses. We've got the scoop on her bridal fashion, so join us as we drool over her jewels, dress, veil, tiara and her shoes.

The Earrings were designed by Robinson Pelham and were a gift to Kate by her parents Carole and Michael Middleton. The diamond oak leaf and acorn earrings mirrored the coats of arms of the Middleton family. {Source}

{Photo Source: AP & The Daily Telegraph}
 Kate's wedding dress was designed by Sarah Burton for Alexander McQueen and was the perfect selection for this fairytale wedding. To learn about the history of the design and all about the hand stitched lace behind her traditional yet modern gown, click here.

{Photo Source: Hugo Burnand & The British Monarchy Flickr}
Her veil (made of silk tulle) was held in place by a tiara borrowed from the Queen. According to the Fashion Telegraph, the tiara was made in 1936 by Cartier, and was given to her when she turned 18.

{Photo Source: The British Monarchy on Flickr}

{Photo Source: The British Monarchy on Flickr}
Kate's shoes were also designed by the team at Alexander McQueen, and were made of ivory duchess satin with lace hand-embroidered by the Royal School of Needlework. {Source}

For more pictures and information about the royal wedding, visit the Official Royal Wedding website.

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