Princess Eugenie's second wedding dress is fit for, well, royalty. After her elegant nuptials with now-husband Jack Brooksbank on Oct. 12, the couple's official portraits revealed their evening reception looks, and they're absolutely stunning.
While Eugenie opted for a sophisticated full skirt Peter Pilotto gown with beautiful embroidery for the wedding ceremony, she changed up her look in the evening, choosing a romantic blush Zac Posen dress with long sleeves, a flowing skirt, and detailed shoulders. She kept her accessories minimal, but still wore her emerald earrings from Jack, and a hair slide belonging to her grandmother, Queen Elizabeth.
Designer Zac Posen was honoured to be a part of Eugenie's "magical day" and drew his inspiration for the gown from Windsor, where the couple tied the knot at St. George's chapel. The blush hue of the gown reflects the magnificence of an English rose, and the shoulders are embroidered in tribute to the White Rose of York. The meticulous attention to detail definitely paid off — we're completely enamoured with Eugenie's ethereal choice.