Kate wowed the world this morning in a Sarah Burton for Alexander McQueen wedding gown that featured an ivory lace bodice with long sleeves and a satin skirt. While the style is sure to set the stage for bridal fashion for years to come, a few designers were ahead of the curve and showed similar fashions at bridal fashion week earlier in the month.
Romona Keveza created this romantic A-line gown with a lace illusion neckline and sleeves decorated with delicate Chantilly lace specifically with the future princess in mind. See her full collection here.
Monique Lhiullier appropriately named this Chantilly lace long-sleeved gown with a bateau neckline and hand-appliqued skirt "Catherine." See her full collection here.
Some think Kate should have opted for a slimmer silhouette like what is shown here in this French-lace-over-silk-duchess gown by Modern Trousseau. The high neckline and low back are the perfect combination for a modern-day royal. See the full collection here.