The navy-hued number was originally a bespoke piece but her eponymous label unsurprisingly received a large number of enquires after the designer wore the look at the May 19 nuptials.
To meet public demand, the London-based label is now selling the dress online for £1,495 in Beckham’s signature dark navy shade. In November 2018, red and ‘milk’ colourways will later launch as part of the pre-spring 2019 collection.
Shortly after the regal nuptials, the former Spice Girl announced via Twitter that her and husband David Beckham’s royal wedding outfits were up for auction in aid of the We Love Manchester fund.
But the 44-year-old’s number was not the only dress which amassed thousands of praise hand emojis in the social media circuit, as the Duchess of Sussex‘s evening gown also caused mass hysteria.
A couple of weeks back, Stella McCartney pleased fashion fans by launching 46 identical dresses in two colourways: onyx-black and lily-white. With a £3,500 price tag the gown was significantly cheaper than Meghan’s wedding reception dress but was only available to clients of her Old Bond Street flagship store.
In terms of other A-list wedding guests, a handful of their dresses are also (surprisingly) still up for grabs.
For those of you in need of last-minute wedding attire, look to Pippa Middleton for inspiration. The Duchess of Cambridge‘s sister wore The Fold’s £495 Hepburn dress for the history-making ceremony and we challenge you to find a more summer-ready look.
If you’ve also received an invitation to a rather formal nuptials (or are hoping to bag a ticket to Princess Eugenie’s upcoming bash) then look no further than Princess Beatrice‘s ethereal number. The £3,600 Roksanda silk-organza dress is still available in a powder pink hue over on Net-A-Porter.
But you’d rather don a look given the Hollywood seal of approval then look to Meghan’s former ‘Suits’ co-star Abigail Spencer this season.
Psst, it’s now in the sale. Oh, but you’ll still need £1,225 to hand…
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