As May 19th rolls around, all eyes will be on Meghan Markle as she marries Prince Harry in an extravagant wedding event at historic St. George’s Chapel on the grounds of Windsor Castle.
What will she wear is the big question, but women around the world still pine over Kate Middleton’s stunning gown when she wed Prince William in April of 2011.
Now, they can own a pretty close version of the famous ivory wedding gown for just $299.
H&M has debuted its own dupe of the royal gown that features elegant long laced sleeves with a sweetheart lace bodice. Okay, so the Duchess’s 10-foot train does not come with the H&M lookalike gown, but it still evokes the sophisticated and glamorous vibe that Kate always wows her fans with.
The original Kate Middleton wedding dress was rumored to cost a whopping $434,000. It was designed by Sarah Burton for Alexander McQueen. The gown was similar to a 1950s style like the one Grace Kelly wore to her wedding to Prince Rainier but with a modern flair.
You can check out the beautiful wedding dress here at H&M. It was available in sizes 2 to 14 but has recently sold out in sizes 12 and 14. The gown is made of poly/spandex.
If women are interested in the elegant Kate wedding dress dupe, they will have to provide their own bling-bling tiara.
Meantime, Meghan Markle’s style team has been pretty mum about her choice of gown for her May nuptials to Prince Harry. Some fashion watchers believe that the American fiance will select a British designer to create her gown.
There is another possible secret option, and that concerns a New York-based designer named Misha Nonoo. She’s a close friend to Meghan Markle and introduced the couple.