I am so excited about the upcoming wedding of Kate Middleton and Prince William.
She's gorgeous, he's handsome, and it's going to be the storybook wedding of the century!
Kate Middleton now has the all-important job of choosing a dress --
And since I'm absolutely certain she reads this blog every single day, I'm going to help her out!
Here are a few of my picks for Kate Middleton's fairytale wedding dress.
Let's just go with the assumption that Kate will choose a British designer to create her dress -- it only makes sense. That said, there are plenty of notable and talented British-born and bred dressmakers for her to choose from.
Alice Temperley is one of my favorite British designers and has a gorgeous collection of wedding gowns, including this lovely long Jessamine dress. Made with French lace, it features a circular train and retails for $8,995. This is the kind of traditional dress that would look fabulous in portraits for hundreds of years to come.
Sarah Jessica Parker put British designer Vivienne Westwood on the wedding map when she wore a Westwood-designed gown for her wedding scenes in Sex and the City: The Movie. Kate would definitely look like a modern-day princess with just a hint of punk rock edge if she opts for a Vivienne Westwood gown.
Don't hate, y'all, but I'm personally rooting for British-born designer John Galliano to design Kate's wedding gown. Check out this dress he created for his fall 2010 Christian Dior Couture collection and imagine a more demure version in white (ignore the headgear, if you will). She would be a total fantasy bride!
And finally, the frontrunner -- British designer-of-the-moment Stella McCartney, who also designed Madonna's wedding gown when she married Guy Ritchie. I have to admit, Kate would make a lovely bride in one of Stella's simple and elegant gowns!
Which British designer do you think Kate should choose? Cast your vote in the comments!