Britney Spears’ Dress In Sam Asghari Wedding Was Versace

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It took over 700 hours to make!

Britney Spears is a married lady! Yes, Brit and Sam Asghari tied the knot yesterday at an intimate ceremony in their Thousand Oaks home in LA.

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After five years of seeing the couple together, we finally have a glimpse of their wedding. Naturally, this means one thing: IT’S WEDDING DRESS TIME.

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Also the beginning of a beautiful marriage, etc., etc.

Britney’s dress was custom-made by Versace, because of course it was custom-made.

The dress is made of white silk cady and features a 10-foot train and a veil that is almost 15 feet long. The whole look took over 700 hours to make and was hand-crafted by the Atelier Versace tailors.

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Of course, a big feature of the dress is the portrait neckline — which comes together at a series of pearl buttons around the back:

Donatella Versace said in a statement, “Designing Britney and Sam’s wedding outfits came naturally to me. A tremendous amount of love was poured into every detail.”

She continued, “Since we first met, Britney has always had a very special place in my heart. Seeing her free, happy, and now getting married puts a smile on my face.”

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And Britney certainly looked stunning! Of course, now-husband Sam was also decked out in Versace.

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The dress is paired with 62 carats’ worth of jewelry from Stephanie Gottlieb — including a white gold tennis necklace and an oval diamond tennis bracelet. “We knew that Britney’s dress had a classic silhouette with an open neckline, so we designed timeless pieces that would complement the style,” Stephanie told Vogue.

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I don’t know about you, but I’m certainly feeling the ’90s vibes from the fingerless gloves–tennis bracelet combo:

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