See Meghan Markle’s Stunning Wedding Dress.
The dress was revealed as she made her way into St George’s Chapel.
Clare Waight Keller, who designed the dress, became the first female artistic director of Givenchy last year.
The bride first met Ms Waight Keller at the beginning of last year.
She chose for Ms Waight Keller to create her wedding dress due the designer’s “elegant aesthetic” and “relaxed demeanour.”
Caroline Arthur, luxury wedding dress designer, found Markle’s choice of dress slightly surprising considering it’s looser fit.
“The neckline is beautifully cut and then there are two things happening with the seams. At the front, the shaping of the dress begins just at the bust point and continues all the way down into seams on the skirt.
“I’d describe the skirt shape as a tulip, so it’s not exactly fitted on the hips, but it’s slightly closer on the hips down to midway between your hip and your knee and at that point it then flares out.
“If you look at the back of the dress the seamlines are absolutely beautiful, you always need darting or a vertical seam at the back of the dress in order to get it to fit really nicely.”
Mrs Arthur explained that the design actually features two seams at the back, which is why the silhouette of the dress starts at the neckline.
However, one aspect of the design that she found unusual was the inclusion of a hidden zip, as opposed to silk buttons.
Markle is also wearing a veil, which some may find quite unusual considering her strong feminist views.