Her second dress is just as breathtaking as her first! When Kate Middleton stepped into her "party" dress, designed by the same designer as her main gown -- Sarah Burton for Alexander McQueen -- we were reminded how exciting it will be to see this new royal lady's fashion choices throughout the year. It was another take on simple, traditional, and princess-like all at once. Kate looked fairy tale-esque in the satin A-lined gown with a sweetheart neckline, sparkling band across her tiny waste...Read Full Story
After months of guessing, interviewing, projecting, surveying -- practically begging, the world got its answer on Friday morning. And it happened to come in a beautifully simple, elegant and feminine lace and satin V-neck princess gown that Kate Middleton chose for her royal nuptials.The designer? Sarah Burton -- the creative director of Alexander McQueen, famed fashion designer who took his own life last year. It was a beautiful, sentimental homage to the great visionary's life, and Kate...Read Full Story
Kate Middleton will never forget 2011. Today she married Prince William in the most widely watched wedding of history. Over 2 billion people tuned in to watch her walk down the aisle, take her vows, wave to the crowds, and kiss on the balcony.Kate wore a stunning Alexander McQueen wedding gown. She wore her hair pulled back, yet down and in soft curls. Kate held a simple flower bouquet with a sprig of myrtle from Queen Victoria's wedding bush. Lovely, really. The "Wedding of the Century...Read Full Story
More on Zimbio:The Style Evolution of Kate Middleton With the royal wedding rapidly approaching, it's time to take a look back at Kate Middleton's fashion history. Bold decorative hats, classic coats and elegant cocktail dresses fill Kate's wardrobe. From sequins to sophisticated skirt suits, watch the fashionable making of a princess!Read Full Story
Prince William's wedding to Kate Middleton will take place on April 29, 2011. See more about William and Kate and the royal wedding here.