Kate Middleton and Prince William's fairytale wedding is set to take place next April, and the world's most renowned fashion designers are teaming up with Women's Wear Daily magazine to offer up their expertise for what they think the bride-to-be's wedding gown should look like -- and ET has some of their sketches!
One of the most recognizable names in wedding gowns, Vera Wang, sketched out what she thought the princess-to-be should wear, as seen in the first picture, and said of the style, "The tradition of intricate hand-pieced lacework in the high-necked bodice with elbow-length sleeves, together with the voluminous skirt of a mixture of stiff and soft silk tulle, feels regal, yet poetic." Chelsea Clinton, Ivanka Trump, Khloe Kardashian and Lala Vazquez were Vera Wang brides.
The sketch up next belongs to designer Elizabeth Emanuel who created the late Princess Diana's famous wedding gown. She offered up her opinions on what Kate should wear on the royal occasion, telling WWD, "It's entirely different from the Diana dress I designed, which was very much of the '80s, but it's still fitting for a royal occasion. It's a much more modern dress, but romantic and out of the ordinary."
Monique Lhuillier, who has designed wedding dresses for the likes of Heidi Montag and "Bachelor" bride Molly Malaney, also suggested a present-day style, saying, "The royal wedding will be magical. Kate’s dress should be a modern mix of the traditional and contemporary."
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