After wowing the world with her understated Givenchy wedding dress, Meghan Markle (now The Duchess of Sussex) stepped out in a second dress for the wedding reception. The bride once again chose a gown a female British designer, Stella McCartney.
Many speculated that Meghan’s second dress would be a little less conservative than the first. The Stella McCartney number features a high, halter-style neckline and a flowing, slightly flared skirt. In keeping with her first dress, it’s minimal and chic. Meghan also kept the jewellery simple, opting for a simple pair of bar earrings. She also wore an aquamarine ring that belonged to Princess Diana as a tribute.
McCartney was one of the designers many speculated would design the wedding dress, as Meghan has stepped out in McCartney’s fuss-free, feminine designs in the past.
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