Meghan Markle was a vision in her first wedding dress, a simple, long-sleeved Givenchy gown. While her ceremony look was stunning, some royal fans preferred her second gown, which the bride switched into before heading to her reception with Prince Harry. If you're one of the people who was dazzled by the halterneck Stella McCartney piece, we've got some exciting news: The designer is now selling replicas of the iconic dress!
According to The Telegraph, the brand is releasing 23 white and 23 black versions of the creation, which was originally designed just for the bride. (The designer chose the number 23 because she just opened a new store at 23 Old Bond Street in London.) The gowns differ from Markle's original just slightly: They're made from "sustainable" viscose instead of silk crepe. Don't worry—they're promised to look just as incredible at the royal bride's own dress.
For around $4,700, you can get your own version of the Duchess of Sussex's stunner in the color of your choosing. That is, if you reach out to the brand immediately. The Telegraph shares that "interested parties must email email@example.com and receive McCartney's personal invitation to view the gowns, which are housed in a private exhibition space within the new shop." That being said, the items are being released as part of McCartney's "Made with Love" collection, which is set to expand into a full-blown wedding collection in the spring of 2019. Fingers crossed similar styles become available then if you can't get your hands on one now!