In keeping with the breathtaking Sarah Burton for Alexander McQueen lace-bodice wedding gown Kate Middleton wore for her April 2011 nuptials to Prince William, Eugenie would look lovely in this lacy short-sleeve design complete with a waist-defining belt.
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Recognize this origami-like beauty? Hollywood royal Jessica Biel just wore the strapless couture design on the 2018 Emmys red carpet, and we’d love to see the Princess show a bit of skin in the modern creation by the London-based design duo behind Meghan Markle’s engagement gown.
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For a more bohemian take on the long-sleeve wedding dress trend often favored by royal brides, may we suggest this robe-like ivory number by the British designer who is a longtime favorite of the Duchesses of Cambridge and Sussex.
Meghan Markle stunned in her bateau-neck dress by designer Clare Waight Keller for Givenchy for her May 2018 royal wedding, and this off-the-shoulder design has a similar — though slightly more romantic — effect.
While we know this feather- and sequin-adorned flapper-inspired frock may not fly for the wedding service, it would be perfect for dancing the night away at the reception. Oh, and the Canadian designer is already a frequent royal collaborator.
She may be a princess IRL, but this blush-colored floral-adorned ballgown right off the fall/winter 2019 Bridal Fashion Week runway is truly made for a princess moment.
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Another gown that could easily transition from ceremony to afterparty in a snap? This milky midi by the It-Brit designer that is flatteringly cut on the bias and complete with ‘20s-inspired architectural pleats.