Princess Eugenie broke the royal tradition for the second dress of her wedding reception, followed by Meghan Markle and Kate Middleton
On Friday, Princess Eugenie married the longtime boyfriend Jack Brooks Bank of the Church of St. George in Windsor Castle. After walking down the aisle in a long-sleeved, ivory low-back dress, the princess became a blushing Zac Posen dress.
For her second dress, Eugenie chose the long sleeves of silk gowns, the upper body of the fit, and here, according to the official website of the royal family, inspired by the British faint blush full color, pleated skirt. According to the palace, Posen hopes to embody the beauty of the countryside around Windsor in the dress design.
The official Instagram account of the royal family shared a photo of the newlyweds, photographed by photographer Alex Brammer, who showed her second dress on Saturday.
The dress has a shawl on the shoulder and cleverly echoes the folded neckline of her first dress. Eugenie’s second dress is also embroidered with York White Rose on the shoulders and back of the dress.
Eugenie paired the front dress with the same pair of diamonds and emerald earrings in her first dress, a gift from her newlyweds.
Although Eugenie followed the trend of hospitality costumes designed by other royal brides, she wore a dress worn by American designers rather than British designers.
Unlike Eugenie, both Meghan Markle and Kate Middleton chose British designers as reception clothes.
Earlier this year, after Megan Marker and Prince Harry exchanged vows at St. George’s Church, the Duchess hosted a modern Stella McCartney dress at Frogmore House to celebrate the intimate evening of the couple.