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When Kate Middleton made her entrance at Westminster Abbey, the most-sought-after secret was finally revealed. The royal bride appeared in a stunning creation by Sarah Burton of Alexander McQueen. The long-sleeved wedding dress with English and French Chantilly lace appliqué bodice, satin gazar pleated skirt and nine-foot train became an instant hit.

To copy the classic, Grace Kelly style, browse these gowns inspired by the new Duchess of Cambridge:

Vera Wang

The delicate illusion sweetheart neckline of the Esther gown allows you to follow the trend without full-length sleeves like the duchess' dress. The A-line skirt features multi-layered Chantilly lace appliqué and an oversized delicate bow sash.

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Monique Lhuillier

The appropriately-named Catherine dress from the designer's Spring 2012 Platinum Collection features Chantilly lace, long sleeves and a Bateau neck.

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David's Bridal

The strapless fit-and-flare gown by Oleg Cassini comes with a coordinating lace jacket -- a practical option for brides who want to cover up during the ceremony, but show a bit more skin at the reception.

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Elizabeth Fillmore

The floral lace Keira dress features 3/4-length sleeves over a silk slip. The back of the gown features a deep V and button detail.

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Monique Lhuillier

The Arielle gown from the designer's Spring 2011 collection includes a lace capelet over the strapless corset, and makes modesty look sexy.

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Oscar de la Renta

From the designer's Spring 2012 collection, this white silk faille strapless gown with trumpet skirt features Chantilly lace overlay and a matching bolero.

Royal wedding-inspired straw hat optional.

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Blue by Enzoani

Add a little sparkle with the jeweled belt on the brand's Dabra dress. The fuller A-line gown with lace overlay features tulle blooms at the shoulders.

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