The Bachelorette Becca Kufrin's Finale Dress Is Positively Bridal

Here are all the details

Updated 08/07/18

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This season of The Bachelorette brought us tears (from Wills), meltdowns (courtesy of Chris and Jordan), and Joe the Grocer. It also brought us one gorgeous, wedding-worthy white gown that The Bachelorette Becca Kufrin wore on the three-hour-long season finale. In a glittering halter dress by Randi Rahm, Becca graced the sandy shores of the Maldives during the finale looking positively bridal. And fittingly so! The 28-year-old is now a bonafide bride, after choosing Garrett Yrigoyen as the winner of her season and accepting his marriage proposal.

While her new fiancé is anything but swoon-worthy (fans had previously uncovered offensive social media posts Garrett had liked with sexist, racist, and xenophobic themes), Becca's striking gown certainly is. Here are all the details on The Bachelorette's wedding-white dress.

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In the final rose ceremony, Becca donned a beautiful white gown as she broke the heart of runner-up Blake Horstmann (sorry, Blake) and presented Garrett (ugh.) with her last remaining rose. In the body-conscious silhouette and iridescent white hue, Becca looked fit to walk down the aisle. After all, with sparkling beading and a dash of sex appeal thanks to the V-neckline and subtle cutouts, the gorgeous gown has all the makings of the ultimate wedding dress. Thinking of wearing a second gown to your reception?

Becca's frock would beautifully catch the light on the reception dance floor. And as the newly engaged Bachelorette proved, it would even look right at home on the beach at a summer destination wedding (thanks for the inspiration, Becca!). In case you're as smitten with the look as we are, we tracked down The Bachelorette's finale gown so you can rock it at your own big day—if you have the budget, that is.

Becca's wedding white gown was designed by Randi Rahm and it totes a whopping $18,000 price tag. The dress tallies up such a sum due to the intricate hand-beading of the embroidered fabric, a task that took over 250 man-hours to complete, according to People. “I think what she picked was very perfect,” the designer told People of Becca's final gown. (Her pick of fiancé, on the other hand, leaves a lot to be desired in our opinion.)

If you want a IRL peek at Becca's finale gown, the dress will be on display at the Randi Rahm's N.Y.C. atelier.

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