Meghan Markle obviously stole the show at her own royal wedding, but that doesn't mean there still wasn't a handful of celebrity guests who similarly showed UP-among them, Amal Clooney. Who could possibly forget the brunette beauty's striking short-sleeve yellow number, especially paired with gold heels and a matching fascinator? If you're still fawning over her look seven months later, we have good news-thanks to the mastermind behind the original dress, Stella McCartney, you can now buy your own version.
McCartney, whose team had their hands full leading up to the big day also designing looks for the bride herself and Oprah Winfrey, just launched a line of replicas identical to Clooney's head-turning wedding ensemble, fittingly deemed the "Amal tie-back crepe dress." While you'll be hard-pressed to find versions of her headpiece and a date as dapper as husband George (whose tie and pocket square coordinated with the outfit), the canary-yellow dress maintains the exact same design elements as Clooney's. You can strut your stuff with a flattering fitted silhouette, a square neckline, subtle shoulder pleats, and, perhaps most striking of all (aside from the color, of course), a tie detail that extends across the back of the dress.
There is one drawback, though-the price. It's no surprise that a gown worn in the presence of royalty won't be the most cost-effective, but this number will set you back $1,995 via MATCHESFASHION.COM and Saks Fifth Avenue. That's not to say, though, that you wouldn't get plenty of use out of the celeb-inspired frock-think your wedding rehearsal dinner, luxury engagement party, or as a guest at a summer black-tie ceremony.
Stella McCartney Amal Tie-Back Crepe DressCourtesy of Stella McCartney
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This isn't the first royal wedding attire that's been mass-produced for public wear-McCartney's "Made with Love" collection featured 46 versions of Meghan Markle's reception dress, and guest Victoria Beckham turned her self-designed navy number into a pre-spring/summer 2019 ready-to-wear piece through her eponymous clothing brand. If the trend continues, perhaps Oprah's ensemble will be recreated next.