Pippa Middleton’s Bridesmaid Dress Can Be Yours- For a Price, Of Course
Pippa’s gorgeous Sarah Burton for Alexander McQueen bridesmaid dress is now available for purchase- if you’ve got some cash to burn!
I know we’re probably all sick of hearing about Pippa Middleton’s miraculous butt by now; but just in case you’re not, guess what? Now you, too, can own the dress that made Pippa’s derriere so very famous—and this time, it’s not a knock-off!
The white Alexander McQueen cowl-neck silk-crepe gown that Pippa wore as she carried Duchess Catherine’s enormous train down the aisle is now available on Net-a-Porter.com—though as you may have guessed, it ain’t cheap. But hey, if you’ve got £1,995 (or roughly $3,100) to spare, go right ahead! Take a peek here:
Interestingly, Net-a-Porter’s description makes it sound like it’s intended to be a wedding dress all on its own, rather than simply a bridesmaid dress:
“Beautifully cut, elegant and timeless, Alexander McQueen’s silk-crepe gown will make an exquisite choice for your wedding day. The signature accentuated shoulders and draped neckline are effortlessly flattering – style a clean silhouette with swept-back hair and drop earrings for radiant, understated appeal.”
According to People, the only difference between this dress and the one Pippa actually wore is that this one has a zipper up the back, whereas Pippa’s fastened with buttons. It is, however, off-white 100 percent silk-crepe, it’s fuly lined, and it’s got “rounded padded shoulders.” No word on whether the butt is padded, too.
Net-a-Porter also helpfully points out which accessories you should use to complete your Bridesmaid Pippa look, including a Bottega Veneta satin knot clutch (£890 or $1393, net-a-porter.com), Jimmy Choo India mirrored sandals (£320 or $500, net-a-porter,com) and Lulu Frost Swarovski crystal earrings. (£140 or $220, net-a-porter.com)
Note that the dress is only available on the U.K. version of the site; if you’re in other parts of the world (like us), you’ll have to call Net-a-Porter to reserve. Just in case, y’know, you’ve got some money to burn.
Lucia Peters is BettyConfidential’s associate editor.