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It's THE most awaited society wedding since her sister’s. All eyes will be on Pippa Middleton tomorrow as she ties the knot with British financier James Matthews. The fashion press has been obsessing over WHO will be designing the dress. Her style choice will impact bridal trends next season and inspire many a copy. Here are six suggestions from our curated collection.
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Choosing a British designer seems an obvious answer, and Suzanne Neville, who hand-makes all her dresses in London, is a favourite. The bride-to-be and MOB-to-be were actually spotted in Neville’s Knightsbridge store so we like the odds on this designer. Plus we couldn’t think of a more generous couturier to get the nod, as Neville kindly donated four elegant gowns to contribute to our mission of ending child marriage.
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Another renown great British bridal designer, Ian Stuart would be a more surprising choice for Middleton. His high-glamour gowns might be a tad too dramatic for a ceremony with royal connections but we love the imagination he pours into every design.
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American queen of bridal wardrobes Vera Wang is on every woman's dream-wedding-dress list and there is no reason Middleton would be any different. In a nod to this season’s monochromatic trend, she could accessorise the Ethel with a contrasting black ribbon at the waist.
There is something very royal in the austere elegance of the 4010 dress by Jesus Peiro. It would look at home walking down the historic aisle of St Mark’s Church in Englefield, Berkshire. The spectacular chapel train would be perfect for George and Charlotte to carry out their bridal party duties.
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Middleton is rumoured to have asked her guests to bring one outfit for the ceremony and one for the reception at her parents afterwards. For dining and dancing, we think an easy-to-move-in gown, like the stunning Calliope sheath by British designer Amanda Wakeley OBE, would be perfect.
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Royal connections oblige, we can’t really imagine Pippa Middleton marrying in a high-wattage Galia Lahav gown, even though she would look stunning in any of her made-in-Israel creations.
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