I happen to agree--she looked lovely!
I feel the same way about cowls but this works. It is discreet decollatage. I think it's the loveliest bridesmaid's dress ever.
IMHO, both of those dresses are going to be game changers for bridal for the next several years. I am fairly sure that Friday morning, the phones at thousands of bridal salons in North America were ringing off the hook with young ladies saying, "do you have a dress like Kate's?" and "I want Pippa's dress!!" There is a better chance that some shops will have something like Pippas; I doubt highly if anyone stocked any bridal gowns that looked like Kate's - high neck? Long lace sleeves? Perhaps this will put the stake in the heart of strapless bridal gowns (though I think there will be a lot of girls who will cling on, as the meme out there is that the best dress for generously endowed brides is strapless - where that came from, I don't know, but I know it's almost a 'alligators in the sewers in New York City' piece of accepted mythology.
Completely agree on both points. Pippa's cowl neck is the exception that proves the rule.
Oh, I've loved a cowl for a long time, though not the ones I was forced to wear way back in the day.
I also think this dress is really beautiful!http://www.lmdiary.blogspot.com/
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