Kate Middleton Mystery Wedding Dress

Queen Victoria Royal Wedding DressThe curiosity about Kate Middleton's wedding dress was not answered until today. Why she felt the need to keep it a secret?

Everything related to Prince William and Kate Middleton's Royal Wedding upcoming attract attention. But among all the wedding details, Kate' wedding dress was the most intriguing people. Why? Because the dress was made ​​possible be the trend and imitated other bride.

So secret, even today no one knows the certainty of a dress that Kate will be charged. Kate Middleton seems to really want to give a surprise to everyone about the wedding dress she wore at her wedding.

Despite much speculation about these dresses including designer who designed it, but until now there is no official confirmation from the kingdom or her personally about the dress.

A number of world leading wedding dress designers such as Jesper Conrad, Alice Temperley, Sarah Burton from Alexander McQueen, Bruce Odefield until Sophie Cranston of Libelula states are not required to design her wedding dress.

"We are not designing Kate Middleton's wedding dress. We, like everyone else, can not wait to find out Who is! " said Sophie Cranston in an email according to Women's Wear Daily, attempting to put to rest the rumor that she is designing Kate Middleton's wedding dress. The speculation surrounding Sophie Cranston seemed to have some merit because Kate Middleton is a known fan of the British designer's work.

However, the wedding dress designers were often imagine that if the dress will be charged to the 29-year-old woman. “I envision something modern, elegant, fresh, romantic, figure flattering, classic, dramatic—perfection!” Bryant told InStyle.

But most recently, word got out Kate Middleton's dress will like a Queen Victoria's wedding dress when she married in 1840. A simple dress made ​​from silk and full of lace. The celebrated silk-and-lace bridal gown worn by Queen Victoria offers some clues about what Kate Middleton will wear when she walks down the aisle April 29, even if much has changed since Victoria's low-key wedding in 1840.

But, should remember, Victoria didn't have to get married in front of live TV cameras with thousands of reporters and photographers camped outside. And she tied the knot in a relatively small private chapel, not the cavernous chamber of Westminster Abbey.

That means a small basic dress like Victoria's simply won't do, said Joanna Marschner, senior curator at Britain's Historic Royal Palaces, which takes care of Victoria's gown and other dresses worn by past royal brides.

"The dress has to rise to the occasion," said Marschner. "It has to be big, it has to stand up to the scale of the space and stand up to the scrutiny of all those eyes. It has to carry the day, it has to say something about our time, and it has to be the choice of the bride. She has to be comfortable in it."

Despite intense interest, the identity of Middleton's designer and the style of her dress have remained a closely held secret. Palace officials say Middleton wants to surprise fiance Prince William when she steps out of her Rolls-Royce to cross the Abbey threshold.

So, what kind of details, who the designer and what material is used? Marschner would not make any predictions, except to say that the designer must respect the decorum associated with Westminster Abbey. That means a strapless gown or a plunging neckline are unlikely -- Middleton will probably have to wait for an evening reception at Buckingham Palace if she wants to wear something more revealing.

The only generally accepted guideline is that the designer of Kate Middleton's wedding dress will be British. Just as Queen Victoria used English lace and silk woven in London to show support for British industry, Middleton faces overwhelming pressure to use a British designer.