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Photos of Amal Alamuddin's Wedding Dress, Finally!

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Vogue Magazine has unveiled a photo of Amal Alamuddin at her final fitting in Oscar de la Renta's studio. The human rights lawyer told Vogue, "George and I wanted a wedding that was romantic and elegant, and I can't imagine anyone more able than Oscar to capture this mood in a dress." The dress, from de la Renta's fall 2014 collection, is a mille-feuille of ivory tulle appliquéd with fourteen yards of Chantilly lace.

People has twenty-five photos from George and Amal's wedding album, as well as an sketch of Clooney's Armani tuxedo from the Made to Measure collection.

While People has the US exclusive, Hello Magazine boasts the world exclusive. Clooney told Hello! "My verdict on being Mr. and Mrs. Clooney? It feels pretty damn great." Adorable.