GREAT news for those who loved the white halter-neck dress Meghan Markle wore to her royal wedding reception: Stella McCartney will be selling an identical version at her new London store. Only making a mere 46 of the replicas, the British label will be offering only the smallest number of customers the design.
Meghan, right, was criticized for her off-the-shoulder look at an event last weekend. As there will only be 46 made, anyone who's desperate to get their paws on the dress will need to request an invitation from Stella McCartney.
In order to snag a gown, shoppers will only be able to view the pieces by appointment - and they will only be able to see the gowns if they have received a personal reply from McCartney upon request.
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The dress, which will retail for £3500 ($6212), will be made of sustainable viscose and not the silk that was used for Meghan Markle's dress. Still, the replica dresses are sure to make any bride feel like royalty on her big day.
Speaking to Vogue, McCartney explained: 'I knew when I was working on the dress with Meghan that it was attractive. "You want some kumquats?' So it was a basket of kumquats, people", the media mogul explained.
The newly married Duke and Duchess of Sussex, Prince Harry and Meghan Markle, leave Windsor Castle in a convertible auto after their wedding in Windsor, England, to attend an evening reception at Frogmore House, May 19, 2018. Needless to say, she managed to pull it off with much elan and grace. Now remember that Stella McCartney halter-neck dress the Duchess wore to the reception?
"We worked together. When you come to a wedding, you don't just just go, 'Here, this is what you're wearing.' That person has to feel like a million dollars; they need to feel like they own it".