OK, first of all, no-one actually recycles their wedding dress, it’s a myth!
You trash them in a sexy, themed fairy-tale photo shoot to keep the memories or you shove the dress in an un-seen part of your wardrobe, unless you’re Keira Knightley.
Keira has been seen recycling her wedding dress not just one time, not even twice but three times until now without any alterations or attempts to dress it down a little to let’s say, a ball gown!
The 28 years old ‘Bend it like Beckham’ star married musician James Righton (30) in front of just 11 guests at the Hotel de Ville in the village of Mazan in France, May 2013 (center).
Keira rocked her purpose made wedding dress (again!) at the star studded Serious Fun gala charity event in London, UK on Tuesday night (left).
Giving her favorite little number a twist, Keira added a sheer overlay with cream beading on both the collar and cuffs. The British beauty kept her look really fresh with a smokey eye look, bare legs and strappy gold heels.
Keira’s wedding dress is a gift that keeps coming and coming – a gift to herself, mostly. This will be the third time Keira has appeared in her pale pink Chanel wedding dress since 2008!
Also worn at the BAFTA Music Awards!
Look, we all know very well that Vintage is the current rage but how many times can you re-wear your wedding dress?!
The Chanel dress looked great on the blue carpet at the charity event gala but this is not the first time that Keira has worn the dress since her wedding.
Keira was also seen in the dress at the BAFTA music awards (right) back in 2008 with her former flame Rupert Friend; we guess it’s safe to say that Keira really, really, really loves this Rodarte ballerina style dress!
Seriously Keira, you may want to consider that designers are lining up across the country for a chance to dress you and design some new lines for your world-wide seen appearances!
The young couple were at the Serious Fun gala charity event to support Actor Paul Newman’s network which is serving children with serious illnesses and their families with a growing number of community camps and programs. The charity is a non-profit charity that was set up by Paul in 1988.