We do not learn about you, however we liked seeing the This Morning solid head to Highclere Castle – AKA the location Downton Abbey was filmed. Everyone was wearing formal gear – from Phillip’s three-piece tweed go well with to Holly’s 1920’s type Whistles dress; everybody appeared unimaginable. Our favorite outfit although, needed to be Rochelle Humes‘s frock. The former Saturdays singer donned a surprising white silk dress by Ghost – a model which is understood for his or her bridal put on. Styled by Amber Jackson, her silk ‘Ceilia’ dress might not have been in the wedding part on the model’s web site, however we actually think it needs to be. Cut on the bias and made out of ivory satin, it had tie-detail round the collar and cuffs and was made in a flowing midi size. It’s so fairly – and to not point out flattering. How superb would this look as a wedding dress?Just add some sparkly footwear and you would be able to say ‘I do’. Plus, it is priced at £165, so superb for brides wanting to economize on their massive day.
We liked Rochelle’s white silk dress
Taking to Instagram, Rochelle marvelled over the fabulous day of filming on set – and stated: Well that was a surreal morning. @thismorning stay from Downton Abbey, to be sincere I am unable to imagine they let me upstairs!” Fans flocked to the comments section to praise her frock. One follower wrote: “Stunning! This dress is superb.” Another added “You look so elegant!”
SHOP: £165, Ghost
Rochelle and Marvin Humes tied the knot in July 2012 at Blenheim Palace, and the singer had her Saturdays bandmates as bridesmaids. Rochelle selected a surprising strapless Vera Wang silk robe; which was close-fitting, featured a corseted off-the-shoulder neckline and an unimaginable bombastic, fishtail hem.
She additionally added a full-length tulle veil. “I felt so nervous, and I actually needed Marvin to show round as a result of that may have calmed me down, seeing his face,” Rochelle stated at the time. Aww!
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