The Middle East is buzzing with celebration, owning to the wedding celebration of Jordan's heir to the throne and his fiance. Crown Prince Hussein tied the knot to 29-year-old Saudi architect, Rajwa Alseif, in a lavish royal wedding. Apart from the glitzy celebration and the celeb guest list what grabbed a notable number of eyeballs was Princess Rajwa's wedding trousseau.
Designed by Lebanese designer Elie Saab with utmost elegance. Etched with feminine and subtle elements, the sublime white gown came with the most appealing body-hugging style. The delicate tailoring and finish, the well-defined long sleeves, the asymmetric neckline, and the draped bodice of the gown were designed to give off subtle yet statement-setting vibes. What really added a dramatic edge to the look was the long detachable train featuring sleek floral detailing.
Her gorgeous sheer veil trailing behind her sealed the look with poise and grace. Her look was minimalism at its best and her intricate diamond tiara added just the right princess touch. For her makeup glam, the Princess left her hair open and opted for smokey eyeshadow, nude pink lip colour, and blushed cheeks, which accentuated the understated yet tasteful image that the Saudi heiress and new bride of the Jordanian prince was going for.