After announcing their engagement back in July, Karlie Kloss married Joshua Kushner in a surprise ceremony in upstate New York yesterday, according to People. Kloss confirmed the news in an Instagram post, sharing the stunning first glimpse of her wedding gown, and we've got all the details on the custom Dior dress.
The 26-year-old model chose the legendary French fashion house to design her wedding day look, which is truly fitting given that Kloss has modeled for the brand since 2010. The white gown featured a delicate v-neck lace overlay on a strapless bodice with sleeves, reminding us of Kate Middleton's iconic wedding dress.
Kloss wore her hair in a soft updo, adding a dramatic sheer veil and accessorizing with a pair of pearl earrings and a simple bouquet of white flowers. The romantic look fits perfectly with the Kode with Klossy founder's overall wedding philosophy - last month, she told Refinery29 that when it came to her own big day, she wanted to "just feel happy, beautiful, and not stressed. I think what makes someone most beautiful, especially on their wedding day, is when that glow comes from the inside."
As for which famous bride Kloss was inspired by? Middleton's new sister-in-law Meghan Markle, of course. She told R29 that Markle "looked gorgeous on her wedding day."
People reports that the couple shared a small Jewish ceremony surrounded by around 80 loved ones and will host a bigger celebration in the spring. Congratulations to the newlyweds!
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