By Azure Nelson,
Published Dec 27, 2010
Speculation about Kate Middleton’s royal wedding dress
is at fever pitch! But one name that continues to come up is Bruce Oldfield
. I can so picture Kate Middleton walking down the aisle in one of Oldfield’s couture creations.
are timeless, romantic, regal and more modest than most. So aptly put on Oldfield's website
— his heritage of stars, supermodels, royalty and the very rich mixes the notions of exclusivity, intimacy, and high society. This intoxicating mix is the essence of Bruce Oldfield.
Take a peek at some of Oldfield's gorgeous bridal gowns above and below!
While some bet that Oldfield has a 75% chance of being selected as the royal wedding dress designer, other bridal designers are making their visions known! Check out what designers like Vera Wang
, Monique Lhuillier
and Reem Acra
have in mind for Kate's royal wedding style!
— Hand-pieced lace work, a high neckline, elbow-length sleeves, and a full bouffant ball gown
— A blossoming wedding dress inspired by Botticelli’s goddess Venus, with romantic ruffles
and floral appliqué.
— A classic a-line silhouette
with embroidery details and a long train, paired with a full-length, traditional bridal veil
— A wedding dress fit for a princess, featuring layers of lace and organza, light as a feather so the dress floats down the aisle.
— A modern mix of traditional and contemporary bridal style.
— Challenges Kate to bring a new freshness to the monarchy by taking fashion risks with her wedding dress. Benz envisions a colorful mermaid silhouette
with a bateau neckline
- Wants Kate to look like a modern-day princess, envisioning a mix of traditional bridal opulence and clean, restrained aesthetic.
In your opinion, which bridal designer hits the mark with their idea about Kate Middleton's wedding day style?
Post a comment below, or send @OneWed
a tweet, to let us know who's style you adore!