What Amal Wore


Amal Alamuddin wore a sparkly fringed dress inside the reception.


Earlier in the weekend Amal channelled vintage Hollywood glamour in a retro monochrome dress with dainty black heels and a co-ordinating hat box as they when they sped through Venice on Friday on taxi boats to their future wedding location.

Unfortunately the beautiful, striped midi dress by Dolce & Gabbana has now sold out but that doesn’t mean stripes aren’t worth investing in.

On Wednesday UsWeekly reported 36-year-old lawyer Amal Alamuddin would wed the 53-year-old actor in a gown by designer Sarah Burton for Alexander McQueen.

Amal has also been seen at the headquarters of Alexander McQueen, the fashion label that created Kate Middleton’s wedding dress in 2011.

Her wedding dress has been shrouded in secrecy as it’s believed US Vogue has secured the rights to the wedding pictures and the couple will be donating the fee they receive to a charity of their choice.

The pair reportedly banned guests from bringing mobile phones in a bid to prevent unauthorised pictures being leaked from the event.

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The Red Printed Dress from Resort 2011 Alexander McQueen had been slightly altered to her preferences and again showcased her super svelte legs with an asymmetric hemline for the meal at the exclusive five-star Belmond Cipriani Hotel on the nearby island of Giudecci.


Making her first post-nuptial appearance on Sunday  the British-Lebanese lawyer stepped out in a lace long-sleeved Giambattista Valli dress dotted with bright flowers.


And today’s look:  Amal dazzled in yet another fashionable ensemble, wide-legged Stella McCartney cream trousers with a matching top and hat.  She also carried a clutch by the same designer.

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