Princess Eugenie’s married Jack Brooksbank at St George’s Chapel in Windsor wearing a dress designed by Peter Pilotto and Christopher De Vos and the Greville Emerald Kokoshnik Tiara, lent to her by Her Majesty The Queen.
The dress features a neckline that folds around the shoulders to a low back that drapes into a flowing full length train.
British designer Caroline Castigliano, the connoisseur of handcrafted luxury bridal wear comments;
The Princess looks classic with a contemporary twist. The long sleeves staying in line with Royal tradition, the cuff style neckline and full flowing skirt in a jacquard print has a freshness and simplicity about it.
Princess Eugenie specifically wanted a gown with a low back to show off the scar on her back left from an operation for scoliosis. The Princess has dedicated a lot of time to raising awareness about the condition and by showing off the scar she makes a statement to change the way beauty is.
The simplicity about the gown is definitely on trend. The cuff detailing is very much at the forefront of bridal design today - I am sure elements of the gown will get copied and inspire other young brides in their inspiration for their bridal gown.
The gown is entirely different to Kate’s and Meghan’s. Kate’s bridal gown by McQueen was traditional with a high neck and lace sleeves, very much the gown of the future Queen. On the other hand Meghan’s dress was very simple with a stunning neckline and on trend with bridal designs today.
Known for her understated classic designs with a glamorous but effortless feel, Castigliano has dressed some of the world’s most stylish women for their weddings and red carpet events.
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