After tying the knot at Windsor Castle on Saturday, Princess Eugenie and Jack Brooksbank drove in an Aston Martin to their evening reception. There, the bride donned her second wedding dress, which was designed by Zac Posen.
Per the palace, while designing Princess Eugenie’s evening dress, Zac Posen drew inspiration from “the beauty of Windsor and the surrounding countryside” where the wedding took place.
As for the colour of Eugenie’s second dress, the designer apparently chose the “blush of an English rose,” and incorporated details from the family’s White Rose of York into his work. Made of silk from a British mill, the embroidered and draped design gave Princess Eugenie a totally different second look for her evening party.
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Nipped in at the waist, and draped over her shoulders, the light pink gown transforms the bride from day to night:
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Eugenie’s Posen gown was custom, but aspiring princess brides can shop a similar style by the designer below:
The evening gown follows the wedding dress Eugenie wore for the ceremony, a princess-worthy long-sleeve gown by Peter Piloto. The number featured a plunging portrait neckline, which plunged in the back to reveal the bride’s scar from scoliosis surgery.
The jacquard fabric was woven with various symbols significant to the couple, including a thistle for the couple’s love of Balmoral, Scotland, a shamrock for Eugenie’s mother Sarah Ferguson’s Irish roots, and a York rose and ivy in honor of the couple’s new home, according to the Palace.
The bride was still seen wearing the dress when she departed Windsor for the reception, leading some fans to question whether she’d change into a second dress at all.
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The couple’s reception arrived several hours after they finally became husband and wife at Windsor Castle. Guests at the grand celebration included the bride’s parents, Prince Andrew and Sarah Ferguson, and other royal family members including the Queen, Prince William, Kate Middleton, Prince Harry, and Meghan Markle. William and Kate’s kids, Prince George and Princess Charlotte, were in the bridal party.
This article originally appeared on Harper’s BAZAAR US.