Princess Eugenie and Jack Brooksbank married today in an extravagant royal wedding at St. George’s Chapel at Windsor Castle, the same chapel where Prince Harry and Meghan Markle tied the knot in April. The bride arrived to the steps of St. George’s Chapel in Windsor Castle, wearing a white portrait-neckline gown by Peter Piloto and Christopher de Vos. She’s not wearing a wedding veil—instead, she’s wearing the Grenville Tiara, which was owned by the Queen Mother, Queen Elizabeth II’s mom.
She met Piloto and De Vos, who founded Peter Piloto in 2007, while hosting an event featuring women artists, according to the Palace. Eugenie, who’s donned looks by the label in the past, worked closely with the duo to design the dress, looking to previous dresses worn by members of the family as inspiration.
The dress features a wide train, as the father of the bride previously revealed. It also has a V-neckline that folds around the shoulders and dips in the back, showing the scars from a surgery Eugenie had at age 12 for scoliosis.
The dress was constructed layer by layer, according to the Palace, from the corset and underskirt to the fitted bodice and full pleated skirt. It’s made of made of jacquard silk, cotton, and viscose, and the intricate weaving on the top layer was done in Como, Italy.
Princess Eugenie looked every bit a princess bride at her wedding to Jack Brooksbank at Windsor Castle on October 12. Her makeup was utter perfection—natural but still visible, with a bold flush, pronounced brows, and a soft pink lipstick.
Guests at the royal wedding
From Harper’s Bazaar