Some fairy tales do come true. We can’t keep calm over the newly wed bride, now known as ‘Her Royal Highness The Duchess of Sussex’. After months of heated speculations about what she would wear for her royal wedding to Prince Harry, the bride walked down the aisle at Windsor Castle’s St George chapel in a Timeless royal Givenchy gown designed by Clare Waight Keller, the British Artistic Director.
Her Royal Highness, The Duchess of Sussex, walked down the aisle in a gorgeous white bridal gown which was created out of silk cady and had a purity that was achieved in six comprehensively placed seams. The timeless gown featured a boat neckline and three-quarter sleeves which were meant to add ‘refined modernity’.The lines of the dress extend towards the back where the train flows in soft round folds cushioned by a underskirt in triple silk organza, while the shoes were based on a Givenchy refined pointed couture design made of a silk duchesse satin.
The Royal Bride, wore a five meter long silk tulle veil, with a trim of hand-embroidered flowers in silk threads representing the flora of each of 53 countries of Commonwealth.The Palace said in a statement :
“Ms. Markle wanted to express her gratitude for the opportunity to support the work of the Commonwealth by incorporating references to its members into the design of her wedding dress.”
Meghan Markle’s royal wedding makeup was a Royal fit. During the ceremony, Prince Harry removed the veil revealing her eminently beautiful yet simplistic makeup.
The Duchess of Sussex chose her friend Daniel Martin- a Dior makeup ambassador as her makeup artist and he did an exquisite job of keeping bride’s natural features and radiant looking skin.
The look enhanced her natural features:
She opted for bronze eye shadow and a subtle eyeliner with long, flattering eye lashes that framed her eyes dusted with slight smoky eye shadow which was a modern choice for a Royal Wedding.
She wore a warm blush which highlighted her cheeks gave her a soft, rosy natural looking skin which also showcased her freckles, that felt in keeping with the bride’s usual style.
Meghan’s nails were glossed with a pale nude-pink nail polish.
For her Royal Wedding, the bride chose a baroque take on the bun styled by hairdresser Serge Normant. He styled Meghan’s hair with a center parting, with the bun fastened at the nape of her neck. Loose strands around her face referenced the messy yet sophisticated bun. The Duchess also wore Queen Mary’s diamond bandeau tiara, lent to her by The Queen. The tiara was originally made for Queen Marry in 1932 with entree brooch dating 1893.
We can’t stop gushing over The Duchess of Sussex on her wedding day. With her radiant and natural look as a bride she has given us some major bridal goals with her modern yet royal look.