So far, Meghan Markle has had some hits and misses when it comes to her style, which makes the question of what kind of gown she will wear on her wedding day quite intriguing. She scored a big win with the dress she wore in her engagement photos, but the brown hat she wore at Sandringham on Christmas Day was less than spectacular.
The actress has an American-style, with well-cut work and casual wear, plus her slick, red carpet confidence makes her quite cool. So, when it comes to her wedding dress, will Markle be more Kate or Pippa?
According to the latest reports, Markle is likely to go with a sleek, modern style, instead of a vintage silhouette like Kate Middleton. And, she will probably avoid the lace that dominated Pippa Middleton’s gown. However, Markle will likely opt for a simpler silhouette like Pippa, with something smooth, sharp, and sculptured.
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The 36-year-old is a modern career woman who has been known to speak her mind. So, when it comes to choosing her wedding dress, she will do things her own way and probably want to be completely different from the Middleton sisters.
Fans want to know who she will choose as the designer, with speculation that it could be a big name like Victoria Beckham or Rouland Mouret. Beckham’s modern chic designs would look incredible on Markle and score big in the fashion community.
As for Mouret, the French designer is known for the Galaxy dress – a big hit that sculptured a woman’s body to perfection.
Other possibilities include Canadian designer Erdem (who recently collaborated with H&M) and British brands Ralph & Russo and Antonio Berardi.
One thing is for sure, when Markle does appear in her gown, she will be open and confident like she has been at all of the royal events she has attended so far. Body language expert Judi James says that Markle’s experience as an actress has given her an edge over Kate Middleton in front of the cameras.
Markle has a habit of “camera courting,” which suggests a desire to communicate openly and with confidence. James says that Middleton tends to be less confident, and the fact that she has gotten behind the camera to take some official photos of her children suggests a more introverted personality.
Even though the Duchess of Cambridge poses beautifully, there is no direct communication with the camera, but she smiles and always looks positive.
Meghan Markle will marry Prince Harry on May 19, 2018, at St. George’s Chapel at Windsor Castle.