Last Updated on 6th July 2011
After months of speculation, it was finally confirmed on Friday that Kate Moss would indeed get wed in John Galliano, and whether you’re inspired by her loyalty or not, there’s no denying she looked every inch the super bride when she married her beau this weekend.
Wearing a stunning sheer bias-cut gown by Galliano, smothered in gold bead embellishment, the dress was everything we’d hoped for – traditional but not predictable; understated but elegant.
And with its relaxed, fluid fit that hugs her figure with undone ease, it’s signature Kate.
A little bit boho but undeniably beautiful, we love the delicate embellishment on the body that leads into wonderfully decadent skirt; heavily beaded, but in a barely-gold shade that sparkles with subtlety as it merges into a modest train.
Her lace veil follows the same pattern – it’s simple and elegant to the quick eye, but on close inspection it’s intricately embroidered with dainty flowers and polka dots.
It’s not often you’ll use the word cool to describe a bride, but it seems Kate Moss’s inherent sense of laidback style lends itself all too easily to her wedding dress.