August 02, 2011 05:56 AM by Megan Thompson
That’s right Kim Kardashian has finally shared who will be dressing her famous derriere the day she walks down the aisle to marry Kris Humphries. Keep reading to find out which designer the E! reality star has chosen to make her look oh so perfect on her dream day!
Drumroll please…….. the designer is Ms. Vera Wang! This wasn’t too big of shock, since Kim and her sister Kourtney were spotted at Vera Wang’s store in New York City just last month. Plus, Vera also designed Khloe’s wedding dress when she married Lamar Odom. As usual, Khloe made her opinion known who she thought should design Kim’s dress when she told E!, “I feel like when you think of wedding, you think of Vera Wang, it would be a perfect fit.” It also doesn’t’ hurt that Vera is a close family friend with the Kardashian clan.
We all know that Kim is a fashion diva and prides herself on looking her best at all times, so her wedding dress will be no exception. The pressure is on Vera to make a dress that wows Kim! The beyond excited bride took to her blog to express her emotions, “So when it came to picking my wedding dress designer, she was the first person I thought of. No one designs gowns the way she does!”
Now that the designer is confirmed, fans will still be left wondering what the dress will look like! The wait won’t be long, since the wedding date is set for the end of this month.
Let us know what you think about Vera Wang designing Kim’s wedding dress. Do you think the dress will be sexy, modern or traditional? Leave us your opinion below!
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