Lady Charlotte Wellesley Just Wore the Most Unique Royal Wedding Dress

posted: 05/31/16
by: Mara Betsch

We're used to royal wedding fashion making headlines, usually for their demure designs and hefty price tags. But Lady Charlotte Wellesley's one-of-kind wedding gown is unique in its surprisingly trendy silhouette. The bride, who is the daughter of the Duke of Wellington and Princess Antonia of Prussia (a relative of Queen Victoria), tied the knot with financier Alejandro Santo Domingo in Granada, Spain.

For their ceremony, which was in a 16th century church, the bride wore a custom dress from London designer Emilia Wickstead. With an off-the-shoulder neckline (a big trend for summer), structured bodice, voluminous skirt, and dramatic, almost cape-like train, the gown was a true standout. Though it was lacking any lace or embellishments, the bride's veil included tiny polka dots! See the front view below:

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And check out the stunning back!

Congrats to the happy couple!