This is news that should please the two main interested parties: the Givenchy wedding dress by Meghan Markle, who married Prince Harry on May 19, 2018, was voted the most popular dress of the 2010s, our colleagues from BFM TV, which quotes the British magazine Tatler.
To find out which dress would win this award, Tatler was based on a study carried out by Find Me A Gift, a company specializing in gifts. The British company evaluated the volume of online searches for famous wedding dresses in the 2010s. And that of the Duchess of Sussex, with off the shoulders, accompanied by a five-meter veil embroidered with flowers representing the 53 countries of the Commonwealth, was searched, on average, 21,900 times per month in the UK.
As recalled Tatler, the artistic director of Givenchy, the British Clare Waight Keller, had wished a ” timeless piece that would underline the iconic codes of Givenchy throughout its history, while transmitting a part of modernity thanks to smooth lines and pointed cuts When she designed Meghan Markle’s dress. It seems his choice worked.
Kate Middleton in top 2
And not (too much) rivalry within the royal family, since in second place in this honorary ranking is the dress of her sister-in-law, and future Queen of England consort, Kate Middleton, who married on 29 April 2011 Prince William in a dress all of embroidered lace signed Sarah Burton for Alexander McQueen. Her wedding attire is, on average, sought after 21,500 times a month, again in the UK.
Behind the two princesses then appear the dresses of Hailey Bieber, who married singer Justin Bieber in an Off-White 2018 robbe; Ariana Grande who married Dalton Gomez in a Vera Wang Haute Couture dress a few months ago, and Ellie Goulding, who married Caspar Jopling in, 2019 in a bespoke Chloe dress, before changing to a Carolina Herrera dress.