Princess Eugenie, 28, stunned many in her wedding dress as she married her husband Jack Brooksbank, 32, earlier this week at Windsor Castle.
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Her wedding dress was designed by Peter Pilotto and Christopher De Vos, opting for an off the shoulder design with a low-back.
She opted to forgo a veil to show off the back of the dress and her scoliosis scar.
New pictures have revealed her second dress for the wedding which she wore later that evening.
The Princess chose a Zac Posen design for the evening events in Windsor during a private dinner.
The champagne dress nipped in the 28-year-old with a basque waistline, with the v-shape flaunting her figure.
Featuring long sleeves and a pleating at the neckline and skirt, the dress showed off the simple design work across the waist.
Eugenie removed the tiara and took her updo hairstyle down, yet kept the emerald earrings gifted to her by the Queen.
The US designer revealed his inspiration for the dress.
He was said to be “inspired by the beauty of Windsor and the surrounding countryside”.
The colour was to signify the “blush of an English rose”, taking inspiration from the White Rose of York.
It wasn’t the only use of the white rose during the wedding – Jack also wore a tie pin that featured the symbol.
Eugenie’s bouquet also included the white rose along with ivy, bluebells and forget-me-nots.
While Zac Posen is not often worn by the Royal Family, Meghan Markle was seen in a number of his pieces during her time on TV show Suits.
How does Eugenie’s second wedding gown compare to Meghan Markle’s second wedding dress?
Meghan chose a modern Stella McCartney gown in bright white, with an athletic silhouette.
The gown tied around the royal’s neck without sleeves and was finished with Aquazzura satin shoes.
They both differ from Kate Middleton’s dress, who chose Sarah Burton for Alexander McQueen to design her dress.
She chose a flared skirt, sweetheart neckline and bejewelled waistband with a fluffy cropped cardigan hiding her arms.