Lauren Conrad is a fashion and entrepreneurial expert and now she is a wedding expert. Conrad got married in September (and wore Solemates) and it was truly a fairytale. It was all beautiful, down to every detail. "I don't know that I have ever been as happy as I was walking down that aisle," Conrad told Us Weekly of her big day. "It was amazing!"
She wore a Badgley Mischka couture gown. According to Us Weekly, the two-tone ivory Chantilly lace ceremony gown has a long train and is dusted with tiny crystals, pearls and beads. "Lauren embodies a young, modern, and sophisticated style that is the type of women we love to design for," designers Mark Badgley and James Mischka said in a press release. "She wanted a simple and classic yet glamorous gown which paired perfectly with the Old Hollywood element we love to put in each of our designs."
So how exactly did she pick the dress? Lauren talked about how she narrowed it down in a recent interview. “It’s really hard because it’s so much pressure on one day, you’ve gotta pick one look,” the Paper Crown designer, 28, said in her first post-wedding appearance at the 5th Annual Veuve Clicquot Polo Classic on Saturday, Oct. 11. Watch the video here.