We’ve received news that Israeli-based bridal designer Inbal Dror has been commissioned by the Royal Palace to create some sketches of her vision for Meghan Markle’s wedding dress. The drawings, obtained by TMZ, outline three different silhouettes.
The first features puffed shoulders with a high neckline and a plunging lace panel running down the front.
The second also features puffed shoulders, a high neckline and a lace panel design down the front, but the full skirt has a slit to reveal a ruffled underlay.
The third dress is a V-neck ball gown with a mesh or lace panel to create a high neckline, with what appears to be embellishments on the bodice, waist and hemline.
All three of the dresses include long sleeves, a Royal Wedding tradition followed by Princess Diana and Kate Middleton.
Inbal Dror’s wedding dresses are anything but traditional, veering more on the sexy side with translucent gowns and details such as plunging necklines and exposed corset boning, as shown in her most recent collection. A celebrity favourite, Dror has dressed everyone from Naomi Watts to Bar Rafaeli, though her most famous A-list collab to date was dressing Beyoncé for the 2016 Grammys.