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And the bride wore... Chanel! Poppy Delevingne's bridal style

The once-most-famous Delevingne, model Poppy, wed her longtime love James Cook this weekend in London, wearing nothing less than Chanel, custom-made for her by Karl Lagerfeld himself. It makes sense; Poppy is an ambassador for the French fashion house, which is surely the best reason we ever heard to wear Chanel down the aisle!

The dress - which we like a whole lot more than we liked Lily Allen's post-wedding Chanel, back in 2011 - is not a totally original design, though; if you thought it looked familiar, consider yourself a fashion expert. Blake Lively wore a similar design to the 2011 premiere of Green Lantern in LA.

Poppy's younger sister Cara - the face of Burberry, Yves Saint Laurent beauty and, oh yeah, everything else - was one of her 17 bridesmaids, who included the models' other sister, Chloe, who is currently expecting and looked incredible in a dress by Victoria Beckham.

Official shots from inside the London wedding - which involved a ceremony at St Paul's Church in Knightsbridge, followed by a reception in Chiltern Firehouse in Marylebone - are being reserved for Porter, the new print magazine from luxury online retailer, Net-a-Porter (expect shenanigans from Poppy's camera-loving little sister, Cara).

Delevingne's post-wedding dress was a Superman-style turnaround of her ceremony dress; the Chanel gown was transformed by a quick removal of the underskirt to a party-ready mini-dress. It was pretty party-casual, but that's very London of her - Brits tend to go a little more informal if they opt for a wedding reception dress change.

Are you a fan of Poppy's Chanel look? (We adored her hair and makeup, too; check out that beautiful, glowing skin!)

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