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Julia Stiles’ wedding dress only cost £199, and here’s where to buy it

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Earlier today (27 September), we revealed that Julia Stiles had broken with celebrity convention to tie the knot in a seriously low-key style. She and her beau, Preston J Cook, were joined by just two friends at their intimate beach wedding in Seattle, Washington – and they announced the news via an incredibly breezy Instagram post, too.

In the snapshot, we were all offered a tantalising glimpse of Stiles’ boho gown (as well as her and her husband’s new wedding bands): think three-quarter length sleeves, a gentle scoop neck, a bump-friendly empire line cut, eyelash lace overlay and flowing full-length jersey skirt.

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It’s a simple, classic look – which, understandably, has piqued the interest of many brides-to-be online.

But if you, like so many others, are now desperate to wear this look for yourself, don’t despair: we’ve managed to track it down in its full glory for you.



And, unlike most celebrity wedding dresses out there, it doesn’t come with an eye-watering price tag: quite the opposite, in fact.

That’s right: Stiles’ gown cost just £199 – and, yup, she ordered it online, too.

The Verona Gown Long in Bright Ivory - Tiffany Rose, £199

The Verona Gown Long in Bright Ivory - Tiffany Rose, £199

The Verona Gown Long in Bright Ivory is available from Tiffany Rose Maternity – a company which specialises in maternity dresses for weddings and other special occasions.

The official product description reads: “Soft and sensuous, our Verona long ivory maternity bridal gown is romantic and graceful.

“A figure-enhancing bodice with a divine empire line gives way to a full-length skirt lined in softest, premium jersey.

“The smooth drapes flatter and elongate your silhouette, while the gentle curve of the scoop neck shows off just enough décolletage.”



Naturally, the gown is already selling out fast (let’s call it the Stiles effect), so if you fancy following in her footsteps down the aisle, you better be quick: we don’t imagine there will be many left come the end of play today.

Images: Rex Features

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Kayleigh Dray is editor of Stylist.co.uk, where she chases after rogue apostrophes and specialises in films, comic books, feminism and television. On a weekend, you can usually find her drinking copious amounts of tea and playing boardgames with her friends. 

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