Leading up to Prince Harry and Meghan Markle's wedding on May 19 at Windsor Castle, designers have been aflutter sending the royal-in-the-making sketches of wedding gowns including Caroline Castigliano, Madeline Gardner, Olvi's and Israeli designer Inbal Dror.
Some speculators have their bets on Dror, whose gowns are known for their sexy, curve-hugging silhouettes and deep necklines—designs that take aesthetics more often seen on the red carpet and turn them into stunning bridal creations.
Her sketch for Markle features a high collar matched with long sleeves, tailored bodices and plenty of lace, the sketches have had royal wedding watchers in a guessing game of what Markle will wear on the big day.
Gardner's sketch, on the other hand, takes a more classic approach with an Elizabeth Taylor-inspired off-the-shoulder look paired with a dramatic veil.
Now the question is, who did Markle choose to design her royal wedding gown? Watch this space.
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