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REBECCA JEFFERIES, 30, MARRIED ANDREW SAVAGE, 43, IN NORTH YORKSHIRE ON 24 NOVEMBER 2013

Rebecca says: ‘I knew I wanted a look that was timeless, and lace seemed the obvious choice. I chose a silk underlay to bring out the lace and to create an antique look. Kate lent me a gorgeous cream fur stole, which was perfect for the bracing November weather outside the chapel.

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’Kate says: ‘Rebecca embraced this look with an all-ivory satin-back crepe under her French lace camisole, jacket and Annabel skirt. Her jacket was cropped at the waist and cut to frame the neckline, while the long sleeves had delicate buttonsup the arm from each wrist. Utterly stunning and timeless.’How Brides would style it.

ASTRID JOSS, OUR FASHION AND BEAUTY EDITOR, SAYS

‘I chose to style Kate’s beautiful crepe-back and satin Annabel skirt without any overlay at all; its elegant simplicity needed to be shown of.

I paired it with a textured, beaded top and velvet and duchess-silk appliquéd jacket, then added glitter sandals to create a confdent fashion-conscious look still in keeping with Kate’s designs.

Te gold and pale pinks in the embellished necklace complement the bouquet’s colours perfectly and would add a touch of glamour for an evening party. Wedding clutches are essential – this one is a nod to Kate’s renowned vintage style.’ Kate says: ‘I love the way Astrid has made this look unique and tapped into the trend of beading and lace combined. Te jacket can be removed to reveal the delicate spaghetti-strap camisole for the evening reception. Wearing it this way shows you can have the drama of the skirt and train, minus the silk-tulle and French lace detailing.

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