After having wowed the world walking down the aisle in a custom Givenchy gown by Clare Waight Keller, Meghan Markle turned to another female British designer for her second wedding look. Prince Harry’s new bride left Windsor Castle in a stunning Stella McCartney high neck number made of silk crepe. She paired the modern look with Aquazurra heels with nude mesh and baby blue soles – a nod to her something blue. Having flown under the radar for the royal wedding dress, with many assuming that Ralph & Russo, Erdem or Alexander McQueen were the winning designers, McCartney proved to be the perfect fit for the socially conscious couple.
The Duke and Duchess of Sussex drove off in a 1968 silver blue Jaguar E-Type Concept Zero, as they headed for the evening’s celebrations at Frogmore House.