Kim Kardashian wedding dress replicas are to be sold at David’s Bridal stores later this year, February to be more specific. But news broke this week that she’s headed for divorce leaving everyone wondering what’s going to happen to the dresses.
Too late. According to numerous reports, the collection will still be available, even if no one’s interested in it. Reportedly, the replicas are too far into production to hault production.
David’s Bridal executive VP Brian Beitler told Page Six, “The entire White by Vera Wang spring 2012 collection will be available exclusively at David’s Bridal stores next season.”
According to the Huffington Post, the collection is inspired by the three dresses Kardashian wore for her wedding to Kris Humphries August 20.
Vera Wang, who designed Kim’s real dresses, paired up with David’s to create the budget versions, which are set to retail for $1,500, the Wall Street Journal reports.
Kim Kardashian filed for divorce from Kris Humphries a mere 72 days after they said “I do” Monday.
The two wed on Aug. 20, in a storybook ceremony that was televised as a two-part special on E! this October.
Kardashian told People Magazine, who first published Kardashian’s wedding photos, “It was like we were in heaven,” and Humphries added, “I’m going to remember how perfect it was.”
The wedding cost a reported $20 million and was held at a California mansion with 400 of their closest friends and family that included a slew of celebrities.
Kim walked down the aisle donning an ivory Vera Wang gown, the first of three she would wear that day, with a diamond headpiece. Kim’s bridal party sported white gowns, much like the royal wedding this past spring.