Keira Knightley Recycled Wedding Gown For Memories
April 10 -- Keira Knightley chose to marry her beau James Righton in a Chanel dress she wore back in 2008 because it has sentimental value.
Keira Knightley wore her recycled Chanel dress on her wedding day because she'd had "brilliant" memories in it.
The 'Anna Karenina' star chose to marry her beau James Righton in the pale pink designer frock, which she first wore at the pre-BAFTA party in 2009, because she wanted to get hitched in a gown with sentimental value.
She said: "It was something old, something new, something borrow and something blue. I had something old, which was the dress. But it's a dress that I've always had a brilliant time in. Every time I've worn it they've been brilliant nights. I wanted to be able to dance the night away and you can definitely dance in that dress."
Keira accessorised the dress with a jacket, a few bits of jewellery and a flowery headband.
She added to Red magazine: "The shoes and jacket were very beautifully designed by Karl Lagerfeld and made especially for me, so they were very new! I had my friend's ring for something blue and another friend's necklace for something borrowed."