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Fashion Experts Predict Kate Middleton's Green Wedding Dress Designer

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Earlier this month, Ecorazzi made a few green predictions about the upcoming Prince William/ Kate Middleton wedding extravaganza.

Although readers were excited to learn that the royal duo was considering dwelling in an eco mansion, complete with solar panels, energy efficient lighting, and a wood chip boiler using wood from the estate to heat in winter, the real interest was regarding who Middelton might wear down the aisle.

Last week, The Telegraph’s resident fashionistas offered a panel of possible designers they’re predicting for the occasion, including From Somewhere’s Orsola de Castro, People Tree’s Emma Watson, and Debbi Little who uses recycled parachute silk, mainly sourced from the military.

The Telegraph also predicted that Sharon Wauchob — the creative director of Ali Hewson’s label, Edun — might be in the running. And finally, they recommended Stella McCartney — our personal favorite — to provide “some fabulous leather-free shoes and accessories.”

Who would you like to see Kate Middleton wear down the aisle? Chime in and share your thoughts!

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