Mrs Maisel Wedding Dress

Bowties & Bouquets Reveals a 1950s Wedding Dress For The Marvelous Mrs Maisel

Though handwritten notes and wax seals are popular these days, nothing beats a classic romantic event such as weddings. And for anyone planning their big day with a 1950s feel in mind, Bowties & Bouquets’ inspired wedding style shoot will add just the right dose of nostalgia for their celebration!

Rachel Brosnahan, best known as Mrs Maisel in The Marvelous Mrs Maisel series, made an unforgettable red-carpet arrival at its fifth and final season premiere last month. Wearing an impressive Georges Hobeika gown featuring a bustier-style corset top featuring twisted neckline decorations, along with a sequined maxi skirt.

No doubt The Marvelous Mrs Maisel draws heavily upon Audrey Hepburn and Grace Kelly when designing Midge’s wedding dress, but costume designer also looked to Queen Victoria for inspiration when designing Midge’s special day look. Drawing heavily upon Emily Blunt’s costume from Young Victoria for reference, Midge wore white silk trimmed with Honiton lace – same material worn at Kate Middleton’s royal wedding!

Borstein may seem to have taken a bit of liberties with her character’s wardrobe in The Marvelous Mrs Maisel series by opting to wear an unconventional wedding gown during an interview on Monday evening; but this look still fits beautifully with its iconic fashion. As evidence, she even made headlines recently by donning it herself as she accepted an Emmy award for best supporting actress in a comedy series on Monday night!

Glamour magazine reported on the red carpet that Borstein revealed her silver gown was actually her wedding gown from her 1999 marriage to Jackson Douglas; they divorced four years later in 2014. Borstein married Jackson Douglas in 1999; they divorced four years later in 2014. Amazon Prime Video currently airs The Marvelous Mrs Maisel series which will soon wrap up with its final season this May – so until then you can catch all the best looks from Amazon’s series right here.

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