This is the most wanted wedding dress in the world

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    Pinterest and weddings go together like peanut butter and jam or strawberries and cream. Even if you’re not engaged (or not in a relationship) there’s a good chance that you’ve whiled away an hour or so pinning pretty pictures of table decorations that you definitely won’t end up having and wedding favours that would end up costing half the budget. And the most important part of the planning, whether it’s real-life or fictional? The dress. 

    Pinterest is awash with amazing wedding dresses, so to be the most pinned dress in the entire world is a pretty big deal. So what is the world’s most coveted wedding dress? 

    The Hollie, by Grace loves Lace, an Australian designer. And looking at it, you can see why, right? 
    Hollie is totally sold out world wide, not least because style-goals Millie Mackintosh wore it for her wedding reception when she married Professor Green. But if you’ve fallen in love with the dress, don’t worry: the original might be sold out, but the designers at Grace loves Lace aren’t silly – they’ve released an updated version, the Hollie 2.0, which is equally beautiful. According to their website, the dress has a few little updates: ‘[The Hollie is] now available in both white & ivory, the Hollie 2.0 features some distinct design additions and changes, namely the free-flowing silk chiffon sheaths attached at the shoulders and the graduated centre-front split in the lace layer of the skirt.’
    Sadly Grace loves Lace doesn’t have a shop in the UK, but they do sell online. If buying your wedding dress online sounds pretty scary then they have stylists you can talk to extensively to make the process as smooth and easy as possible. Buying without trying on is a big choice, but if you want to get your hands on one of the world’s most coveted dresses then it’s the risk you might just have to take. 

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