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Monastic dress and groom in tartan: return on the wedding of Garancé Doré in a castle in Scotland


To celebrate her union with actor Graham McTavish last January, the Corsican-born influencer opted for a sober dress. He wore a bright red kilt in keeping with the Scottish medieval building, chosen as the place of ceremony.

The bride was in white, and the groom in tartan.

Garance Doré celebrated her union with actor Graham McTavish in January at Borthwick Castle in Scotland.

Event that she recently shared on her Instagram account, two years after their meeting which took place through the Raya application, whose users are handpicked.

The 47-year-old Frenchwoman, pioneer in the fashion blog sphere, now founder of her beauty brand Doré, and the 62-year-old Scotsman, who has distinguished himself in the



House of Dragon series,

thus brought together family and friends during a ceremony rooted in the traditions of the region, playing on a pronounced aesthetic of the place which influenced the choice of the bride's outfit: an almost monastic long-sleeved dress, simply embellished with a short lace train.

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Tartan and medieval decor

Made by the American designer Heidi Merrick, close friend of Garance Dorée, the wedding dress meeting a requirement of sobriety was developed from a distance thanks to a few measurements.

Interviewed by Vogue


, the bride explains that she turned to a minimalist cut first out of taste, and to stand out in a decor rich in tartan.

Garance Doré completed her outfit with a pair of earrings signed Phoebe Philo at Celine, chosen by her sister, and a pair of boots unearthed at Zara.

Later that evening, the McTavish bride continued the evening in a cropped, sleeveless version of her wedding dress.

A certain idea of ​​bridal attire, far from the sexy bride trend that is rampant at the moment.

His, being closer to the grammar of royal ceremonies.

Source: lefigaro

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