The anticipation around the dress Meghan Markle would wear at the royal wedding was huge - and it was certainly polarising.
For most the Givenchy day gown was either a massive hit or a total miss, with not many sitting on the fence.
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It was a classic white dress topped with a long sheer veil, embroidered with flowers representing each Commonwealth country.
That includes New Zealand of course, with our little island nation represented with a including a kōwhai - our unofficial national flower.
Ms Markle wore a second dress - accompanied by Princess Diana's aquamarine ring - later on her wedding day, which was slightly slinkier than her first.
The Stella McCartney fishtail gown incorporated a halter neck and was totally sleeveless.