Shop the Look of Meghan Markle’s Wedding Dresses

All royal wedding dresses become pieces of fashion history, but not all of them become influential pieces of fashion. When Grace Kelly married Prince Rainier of Monaco in 1956, her elegant, high-neck, long-sleeved lace dress by Helen Rose—a costume designer in the wardrobe department at MGM—launched a thousand copycat versions, and continues to do so even several decades after her wedding. (Kelly’s dress was even credited as a source of inspiration for Kate Middleton’s wedding dress in 2011.)

But the opposite can be said of Princess Diana’s wedding gown. While Di was definitely a major style icon, her puffy-sleeved, ruffled, taffeta bridal gown isn’t exactly being pinned on the inspiration boards of brides today. (Forgive her, it was the 80s.) Whether Meghan Markle’s minimalist Givenchy gown by Claire Waight Keller stands the test of time remains to be seen. But the dress’s simplicity: that clean bateau neckline, elegant tailoring, and lack of embellishment, had all the hallmarks of a timeless wedding dress in our eyes.

For those tying the knot soon, we went ahead and shopped the look of both of Meghan Markle’s wedding dress and her after-party look. Whether you’re hoping to make a regal entrance or want to give off more of a Bond girl vibe like she did in that halter Stella McCartney design, here’s how to get Meghan Markle’s wedding look.