Spoiler Alert: A Downton Abbey Wedding (Get The Look For Your Wedding!)
Monique LhuillierChannel your inner-Lady Mary with this chic lace sheath. With a romantic over-sized, shear peplum overskirt it's understated and elegant. Keep accessories minimal, but a statement piece of jewelry or headpiece is definitely the way to go.
Lela RoseThis lovely mermaid has vintage details of hand embroidered flowers and a sweet sleeveless, illusion neckline that provides a modern interpretation of the Downton Abbey ladies. Explore your options here: a jeweled headpiece, 1920s birdcage, or chapel veil would each be gorgeous.
Jenny PackhamThese dainty flutter sleeves are to die for. Another modernized version of Lady Mary's vintage gown, this Jenny Packham features an embellished waist sash and beaded details all over. A side-swept, messy bun with beaded headband is such a sweet wedding-day look for this modestly structured gown.
MarchesaMarchesa's sheer bateau neckline pairs perfectly with a subtle lace peplum at the waist making this slim gown an ideal pick for any 1920s-inspired wedding. Paired with a vintage headpiece, you can have your Downton Abbey wedding.
CybelineA lace bolero can be the ultimate accessory in terms of a vintage look and also keeps you covered during the ceremony. Once removed, you've got a totally new look for your reception!
Temperley LondonFor anyone who is as in love with lace as we are, this gorgeous sheath has a slight flare at the bottom and is perfect for any vintage affair.
While Season 3 of Downton Abbey premiered on Sunday, September 16, in the United Kingdom, we have to wait until January 2013 for it to cross the pond. However, we couldn’t help ourselves… We had to get a peek at the lavish and much-anticipated wedding of Lady Mary and Matthew Crawley!
In a demur shift dress that floated down the infamous staircase, Lady Mary’s wedding-day look was completed with an antique embroidered chapel train veil and an heirloom tiara designed by royal jewelers Bentley & Skinner. Downton’s Emmy award-winnning design team has outdone themselves.
The high society, 1920s glamour has us dreaming of old-English weddings. Here are some of our picks from the runways if you love this look as much as we do! Do you have a favorite?