Want to look a “little bit Alexis” on your wedding day? Well, oh my god, David, because you are in luck!
In the touching and tear-jerking finale of the Emmy-winning series Schitt's Creek, David and Patrick face all sorts of hurdles while planning their big day—much like a lot of couples did this past year. When their dream venue gets rained out and their officiant cancels, they have to plan on the spot. But the only thing that truly matters is that they’re marrying each other—and what everyone is wearing, obviously.
David wore a "funky" skirt and Moira officiated in the wedding in what can only be described as true Moria fashion. Alexis Rose wore what she insisted wasn’t a wedding dress (just a “long, white gown”) to the nuptials. But as it turns out, it actually is a wedding dress (sorry, Alexis). And it could be yours!
Anthropologie’s sister bridal boutique BHLDN just revealed that they are the retailer of the gorgeous, slinky gown that Alexis wore to walk her brother down the aisle in the series finale.
And this Michael Lo Sordo Alexandra Gown is “simply the best.” Alexis's minimalist gown is made from a silk crepe material that clings to all the right places. The deep-plunging neckline and high leg slit, give the dress a modern and sexy feel while remaining classic and elegant.
And it’s also actually super affordable. So you can have your, er, happy ending for just $1,610. Shop the dress on BHLDN’s website. And if you love the style of this dress but actually only want to be a "little bit Alexis" on your big day, try BHLDN's Jenny by Jenny Yoo Tana Gown, Bonaire Gown, or the Jenny by Jenny Yoo Elinor Gown.