Izzy Azalea Wedding Details: 'Pretty Girls' Singer Reveals Designer Wedding Gown

By Jonnalyn Cortez January 8, 2016 3:37 AM EST
Iggy Azalea

IN PHOTO: Rap artist Iggy Azalea arrives at the 2015 Billboard Music Awards in Las Vegas, Nevada May 17, 2015. (Photo: REUTERS/L.E. Baskow)

Everyone is now excited for the upcoming nuptial of Iggy Azalea and Nick Young, who are busy preparing for their big event. In fact, the 25-year-old star can't hide her joy as she can't help herself to share a glimpse of her designer bridal gown.

The rapper teased her 8 million fans as she gave a glimpse of her wedding dress on her Instagram page. In spite of not fully showing the ensemble, the photo featured the logo of Giorgio Armani Privé, who will be the designer of her gown, a white fabric pinned in a black paper and a sketch of her veil, according to People.

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It has already been assumed that the songwriter will wear a custom design couture. In fact, it is already known that she's a long-time supporter of the 81-year-old designer's works as she actually wore body-hugging, cobalt Armani Privé gown at the 2015 Grammy Awards.

E! Online added that the ensemble might have a lighter shade as suggested in the picture. Everyone will be expecting a more simplified Azalea walking down the aisle compared to her unconventional fashion style people used to see on the red carpet.

From the piece of cloth, spectators have pictured an ivory wedding gown that will surely make the singer look like a traditional bride. Hence, this will coincide with her natural alabaster skin color and blonde mane.

Furthermore, speaking of her hair, Azalea's tresses might be swept up to give emphasize to her high cheekbones and perfect face structure. Meanwhile, her 30-year-old fiancé, who is an NBA player, said that the wedding planning is like a nightmare.

"A nightmare in its own. I think we should go to the courthouse," he told Billboard. "It's tough, it takes a lot of time and compromising and arguing but eventually the women always win. I think [wedding days] should just be women's day."

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