Meghan Markle's Second Wedding Dress Was Meant to "Reflect the Human in Her"
After wearing a sophisticated yet elegant Givenchy gown for her wedding ceremony, Meghan Markle slipped into her party dress. This look, a bespoke Stella McCartney number, was truly fabulous — a halterneck design that skimmed the floor as she stepped into a blue Jaguar with Prince Harry for the drive to Frogmore House, where the newlyweds would greet their well-dressed guests.
Stella McCartney sat for an interview with BBC, in which she explained the process of making the dress. "We worked together. When you come to a wedding, you don't just just go, 'Here, this is what you're wearing.' That person has to feel a million dollars; they need to feel like they own it . . . It was the last moment that she could reflect sort of the other side to her — the joy and the human within her," Stella said of the gown.
This moment was also when Meghan revealed her "something blue" — just check out that gorgeous square, gemstone ring that glowed from the front seat, which is also a "something borrowed" from Princess Diana. Meghan accessorized her evening ensemble with Aquazzura heels, the soles painted blue, and Cartier white gold diamond drop earrings that emitted pure glamour. Read on to catch a glimpse from every single angle.