Monique Lhuillier's Spring 2019 Bridal Collection may have been designed with Meghan Markle in mind


Of course, even the world of fashion isn't immune to the upcoming royal wedding.

Designer Monique Lhuillier presented her Spring 2019 Bridal Collection on Thursday at Bridal Week, much of which was seemingly designed with Meghan Markle, along with the rest of the royal family, in mind. Titled "Regal Understated Elegance," her new collection was inspired by the idea that many brides could pass down their gowns to future generations -- much like the royals do with family heirlooms such as tiaras, diamonds and even christening outfits.

Lhuillier looked to timeless elements, including "a sleek silk crepe column gown with voluminous sleeves, natural waists, sculpted necklines, structured skirts, show-stopping V-neck lace [bodices] and a cathedral train," she said.

Photo: Greg Kessler for Kessler Studio

“If I were to be commissioned to do Meghan’s dress, this is what I would envision,” explained the beloved designer to Vogue about the dress that closed the presentation. Titled "The Majesty," the gown is, no doubt, as regal as they come.

Keeping in mind royal protocol, the dress comes with detachable shoulder streamers and features a lace detail quite reminiscent of Duchess Kate's 2011 Alexander McQueen gown.

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Other favorites from the collection include the silk "Moda," with an asymmetrical skirt, lace strapless silhouettes and chic bodices. Scroll through above for all the photos from the collection.

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