• Real Weddings
  • Planning
  • Fashion & Beauty
  • Travel
  • Local Vendors
  • 2022 Wedding Trends
Fashion & Beauty

Could One Of These Be Meghan Markle's Wedding Dress?

  |   By Kimberly Aglipay

There's no doubt that we're all dying to find out what Meghan Markle will be wearing on May 19th and who the royal wedding dress designer will be. Unless someone spills the beans beforehand, we'll all be eagerly watching for the first sight of her gown -- one that will no doubt be setting trends everywhere as soon as it's revealed.

Many industry insiders have given their guesses as to what Meghan's dress will look like, and five incredible designers from David Bridal's roster of talent have followed suit, showing us their own sketches for the gown they envision Meghan wearing. Spoiler alert: They're all stunning.

David's Bridal: "This unique Duchess Satin with hand-laced appliqué yoke on an off-the-shoulder bodice is what we designed for Meghan. It is a classic, timeless style, but the front slit in the gown gives it an updated edge."

Galina Signature: "We envision for Meghan a stretch Mikado gown with a fit-and-flare skirt to accentuate her fantastic figure. The sexy beaded slip bodice and low back are modestly veiled with the beaded tulle cape that takes the place of a veil."

Melissa Sweet MM: "We see Meghan in something romantic and a little vintage-inspired: A shaped all-over lace strapless sheath with a tulle and hand appliquéd lace overlay. We would complete the look with a coordinated lace appliqué cathedral veil."

Oleg Cassini: "This all-over lace, hand-beaded gown with an illusion lace appliqued mock neck yoke and cap sleeves is modest, regal and elegant. The skirt seam adds a subtle relevant detail. We finished her look with a matching coordinated cathedral veil and a tiara, which we assume she will probably borrow from a future in-law."

White by Vera Wang: "The large rosette flange gown with the high low hem, stretch illusion yoke and sleeves, and bias pleated bodice is modern, dramatic and a little daring. The extended train is very couture and would make a dramatic entrance for Meghan at St. George’s Chapel."

This article was originally published on Apr 04, 2018

Get our Newsletter

Stay up-to-date with wedding trends, deals and offers.



14 Things You Didn't Know You Could Put on a Wedding Registry

14 Things You Didn't Know You Could Put on a Wedding Registry


Editors Picks