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Get Your Own Twilight Wedding Dress!

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Even if you are not a Twilight fan, many of you will consider Bella Swan’s wedding dress a beautiful creation. The real women version of the Twilight wedding dress is now in stores for brides-to be to buy, and we have the photos right here for you.

The wedding scene betwee bella and Edward was one of the most highly anticipated movie moments of the last decade,not least because people were keen to see what the dress would look like. Now the movie is out and we know how Bella looked on  her wedding day, that left many Twilight fans longing to get a piece of the action and get a dress like that for their own wedding. Now they can, in a rare instance of movie fashion hitting the high street.

The high street Twilight wedding dress is made by Alfred Angelo, and retails at $799. It has been given the official seal of approval as a bona fide copy of Bella Swan’s wedding dress as worn by the stunning Kristen Stewart in the Twilight: Breaking Dawn Part 1 movie. The original dress was designed by Carolina Herrera.

Below you can see different views of the Twilight wedding dress so you can fully appreciate its beauty and imagine yourself walking down the aisle in it if you are planning on being a bride.

So what are your thoughts now you’ve seen a version of Bella Swan’s dress that you could own for yourself? Are you a fan of the dress if not the movie?

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