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Hailey Bieber Wore a Saint Laurent Dress to Announce Her Pregnancy—Get the Look Here

Drop everything: Hailey Bieber just announced that she’s expecting her first child with husband Justin. And while that news alone is thrilling enough, she blessed fans even further by sharing the news via a beautiful set of photos posted on her Instagram.

Unsurprisingly, Bieber looked angelic as she and Justin renewed their vows today, May 9, in Hawaii. She wore a fitted long-sleeve white (or white-ish) lace dress with a matching veil wrapped around her head like a scarf. The full ensemble—sunglasses included—is by Saint Laurent by Anthony Vaccarello. The 27-year-old accessorized with Tiffany & Co. jewelry. Unfortunately, the sheer dress itself was custom-made for Hailey, and thus not available for sale. However, I did find a few solid lookalikes for anyone hoping to recreate the look.

Fans will notice that the gown is similar to the Off-White dress she wore for the couple’s 2019 wedding. The biggest difference is that her wedding dress featured an open back, while this one did not. For his part, Justin wore a furry jacket over a white shirt and a backward baseball hat.

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