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UPDATED: The Full-Length Back of Lauren Conrad's Wedding Dress

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Courtesy of Badgley Mischka

Update 5:12pm Wednesday, September 17: Above you'll find the inspiration and the illustration for Lauren Conrad's Badgley Mischka wedding gown, but you'll have to go to US Magazine to get your eyes on it. In other news, print isn't dead.

Quick, put down that work and ignore all the other noise because finally—FINALLY—there's a full-length pic Lauren "All That Ever Mattered" Conrad's wedding dress. It's from the back and there's pretty lace detail and the sun is shining through a kiss and WHAT ARE YOU EVEN DOING IF NOT PINNING RIGHT NOW.

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The photo was originally spotted from the Instagram account of Kristen Ess, Conrad's hairdresser, blog partner, and barrel curl wrangler (before it was taken down), and the dress was a custom collab with Badgley Mischka. Actually Badgley told the magazine that, "[the bride] was involved in the process the whole way. She had a really clear notion. And she stuck to her guns." The result was a two-tone Chanitlly and Alençon lace adorned with crystals, pearls and baby glass beads. Also a ten-foot train because when you see the princess moment, you take the princess moment.

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