Congratulations to Princess Eugenie and Jack Brooksbank!
15 October 2018
Congratulations to the happy couple! Princess Eugenie married Jack Brooksbank on the 12th October, at St George's Chapel in Windsor. It was a very windy autumn day which had some of the guest's headwear flying away! Here we take a closer look at Eugenie's contemporary Princess style, as we show you how to get a Royal wedding bridal look.
Eugenie had a beautiful bouquet filled with white spray roses, lily of the valley, trailing iris and ivy.
The couple got married at St George's Chapel, Windsor. Prince George and Princess Charlotte were amongst the bridal party.
Left: Just married, the couple coming out of the Chapel, Right: Eugenie going into the Chapel.
Eugenie's dress was designed by British designers Peter Pilotto and Christopher de Vos, she acheived her 'modern princess' vision with help from her stylist Sarah Price. The dress had a flattering V-neckline with a folded collar, full length sleeves and a low back.
The full A-line pleated skirt had a long train and the gown was made from a luxurious woven fabric designed especially for Eugenie. The embroidery included meaningful symbols such as thistles, roses and Shamrocks relating to places that are held dear to the couple.
"The low back feature was at the specific request of Princess Eugenie who had surgery aged 12 to correct scoliosis. The fabric includes a number of symbols that are meaningful to the Princess: the symbols are a Thistle for Scotland acknowledging the couple's fondness for Balmoral; a Shamrock for Ireland as a reflection of the Bride's maternal family; the York Rose; and ivy representing the couple's home." Quote from Kensington Palace
The dress was traditional yet modern, perfect for an Autumnal wedding and we love the ivory and rich green and blue colour palette chosen for the wedding party.
Get a look like Eugenie with one of these gorgeous styles. From our collection just launched these A-line princess inspired gowns all have flattering off the shoulder, v-neck lines.
'Amor' is our favourite out of these styles, made from luxurious mikado, embellished with embroidered contemporary lace on the bodice and flowing up from the hem, leading around to the dramatic train. Get a princess perfect look with this dress and accessories with a dramatic upright crystal tiara to get a look like Eugenie.
Princess Eugenie wore a traditional tiara lent to her by her Grandmother, The Queen. Made from a sparkling array of Emeralds and rose cut diamonds set in platinium, the Greville Emerald Kokoshnik Tiara looked beautiful in Eugenie's neat hairstyle.
To complete her look Her Royal Highness wore beautiful with drop diamond earrings, that were a gift from the groom. The touch of colour looked striking and really suited the Autumnal day.
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