Has Meghan Markle found her wedding dress? That's definitely the question of the day.
Based on previous reports, designers such as Oscar de la Renta, Caroline Catigliano, and Calvin Klein have all been linked to design the Suits star's bridal gown. However, it doesn't seem like any of those designers will make the cut.
On Monday, Israeli designer Inbal Dror stated that she was contacted by the royal family about possibly dressing Markle for her big day. TMZ was able to obtain three sketches from Dror. See the leaked photos here.
Dror's designs are all body-hugging pieces, so, it looks like Markle has plans to show off those curves. The couple has managed to break several traditional rules, however, Markle is keeping it traditional when it comes to the sleeves of her dress.
Each sketch includes long sleeves, which is a tradition for the royal brides. Middleton and Princess Diana have confirmed this traditional designs. In terms of price, most of Dror's designs range from $8,000 to $10,000, which is a lot less compared to Middleton's dress, which reportedly cost almost $500,000.
Dror actually dressed Beyoncé for last year's Grammy Awards and she has also fitted Naomi Watts.
In an interview with Elle Magazine, Dror was asked what makes her dresses unique.
"I think the bold style. It's sexy, and I love to highlight a woman's form," Dror said.
Dror is not new to the wedding scene, however, and the designer has been designing dresses since 2014. Her pieces are actually available at the Morgan-Davies Bridal boutique in London with fittings by appointment only.
Markle Might Break Tradition With Her Wedding Dress
In an interview with Bridal Magazine, Dror also shared her thoughts on why a wedding is such a significant event for a woman.
"It's how she feels wearing the dress that emphasizes her features and can make her feel like the queen of the night," she said.
Markle might be feeling the pressure to make a decision on a dress but luckily, she has Canadian fashion stylist, Jessica Mulroney, who is sure to have a hand in her critical decision.