Nicole Trunfio Wedding Dress: 4 Reasons Why It’s Perfect

Nicole Trunfio and Gray Clark Jr. Wedding, Trunfio’s Wedding Dress is perfect, 4 Reasons Why It's Perfect

The Australian supermodel Nicole Trunfio and American musician Gary Clark Jr. just tied the knot on April 20. The ceremony took place at the Colony Palms Hotel in Palm Springs, CA where the A-Lister pair was pronounced as husband and wife in what could be called another grand celebrity marriage.

Trunfio, 30 and Clark, 32 met and fell in love at the magical Coachella Music Festival in 2012 on the same date.  The four-year-long courtship now has been formally recognised in the presence of their family, friends, and their one-year-old son, Zion Clark. While Nicole’s wedding gown was a bespoke piece by Steven Khalil, her bridesmaids still wore Reformation slips and festival-apt flower crowns, reveals Brides.

Nicole as the bride couldn’t have looked more exquisite wearing that classic ball gown on her big day.

Here is Glimpse of Nicole Trunfio and Gary Clark Jr. Wedding


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Trunfio’s wedding dress can be one of the most beautiful wedding gowns ever.  Wondering why?

Here are 4 convincing reasons that we have charted down.

#1 While, yes, Trunif did decide to have it made by Steven Khalil, a renowned Australian designer, she also chose to have things so special included in the design of the dress. No doubt, it really was exclusive.

#2 The jaw-dropping wedding attire was scattered with beads at the bodice, an attractive plunging neckline and complete with a floor-sweeping train, to compliment the attractive silhouette of Merredin-born.

# 3Trunfio chose a retrospective approach over a modern cut, which resulted into a perfect wedding dress. It was indeed a wise decision that was made by the supermodel only after her plenty of pre-wedding trials.

#4 A lace-trimmed Cathedral-length veil was added to finish off her bridal look.  Trunfio  kept her veil on almost throughout the ceremony, only lifting it when it came time to pronounce the very traditional vows.

The credit of her stunning looks on the D-Day majorly goes to her stylist, Anita Patrickson. Patrickson is an established freelance stylist in Los Angeles.

We wish the newly married couple all the best!




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