The Dress and the Rings


Nancy Shevell looked stunning in her simple yet elegant short white wedding dress. 
The dress was designed by her new stepdaughter Stella McCartney.
Barbara Walters ( Nancy's cousin), revealed on The View that the dress was inspired by the wedding dress worn by Wallis Simpson in 1937 when she married the Duke of Windsor.
Simpson's dress was pale blue and floor length, and designed by the famous French-American designer, Mainbocher ( Main Rousseau Bocher).

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In a vintage style and featuring 5 carats of square-cut diamonds set in platinum, the Neil Lane wedding band was meant to “complement her engagement ring, but not overshadow it,” the celebrity jeweler tells PEOPLE. “Nancy wanted a band with a vintage feel.” Indeed, the band and engagement ring — a 5-plus-carat, flawless diamond art-deco ring also by Lane — “work as a set,” he says. “Paul loved it!”
McCartney’s thumbs up was important to Lane, who says, “Paul is an artist. When we worked on the engagement ring, he took it seriously and was into the stones, shapes and styles — like a kid in a candy store. I could see him imagining what it would look like on Nancy’s finger.” 
-Excerpted  from an article by Elizabeth Leonard in  People Style Watch

Nancy's Engagement Ring

Paul's Wedding Ring

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