Hilary Duff Already Has Plans for Her Wedding Dress
After it's cleaned, of course.
It's been a month since she married Matthew Koma, but Hilary Duff isn't tired of talking about her wedding dress. In a new interview with People, she explained that she still thinks about the custom design and is saving it for someone very special: her daughter, Banks.
The dress, which was designed by Jenny Packham, featured strong shoulders and dramatic slit sleeves, which seemed to strike a balance between being timeless and modern — at least that's what Duff is hoping, since she's stowing it away for Banks to wear one day.
"Jenny Packham made me my dream dress. It was such a shame to take it off, like I'm never going to wear this again," Duff said. "I guess I'll leave it in a box and see if Banks ever wants to wear it. I don't know! But it's so pretty."
As for where it is now, Duff is like many other brides: she had to get ither dress professionally cleaned, since it was white and that doesn't usually mix with festivities without a casualty or two.
"It's getting cleaned right now," Duff added. "It was very dirty by the end of the night!"
Banks got her own custom dress for the ceremony, too. Her tiny gown featured bow details and a soft pink hue. And while the 15-month-old may not appreciate it just yet, her mom had another sweet way of including her in the ceremony. The Jenny Packham team had Banks's and Duff's son's initials embroidered inside. Banks might not want to wear her mom's dress any time soon, but she'll always have something to remember that big day.