Kayla Rae Reid Wore a Stunning White Jumpsuit to Her Rehearsal Dinner With Ryan Lochte

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Kayla Rae Reid is the latest bride to partake in one of fall’s biggest wedding trends: the jumpsuit. While she ended up going with a more traditional gown for her second wedding to Ryan Lochte, she put on a gorgeous custom jumpsuit for the rehearsal dinner. As People reported on Thursday, the jumpsuit in question is a bespoke design by Rime Arodaky. It features a sheer bodice and sleeves with white floral embellishments, as well as a matching train that evokes an ethereal wedding veil. It also took three weeks to perfect—that’s in addition to all the weeks Reid and Arodaky spent discussing and poring over sketches, People reported.

“Kayla loved the Patsy jumpsuit as she thought it really fit her personality and body, however, she wanted to personalize it by changing the embroidered tulle on the jumpsuit to something more poetic,” Arodaky told People. “So we ended up using the same embroidered tulle that she absolutely loved from the Blair gown.”

Reid apparently loved the final result so much that she shared an entire album’s worth of snaps on her Instagram. “Rehearsal dinner 🥂In love with my @rimearodaky custom jumpsuit! THANK YOU ❤️,” she wrote. “I love everything she creates! So chic, simple, and stunning!! ✨”

Courtesy of Kayla Rae Reid

Courtesy of Kayla Rae Reid

Courtesy of Kayla Rae Reid

“Kayla is a gorgeous woman with an exciting life and we were happy she loved the look we created for her!” Arodaky added to People. “It was modern and elegant all while exhibiting a lot of intricate details and embroideries.”

As Brides wrote earlier in September, a lot of fall brides are doing what Reid did and incorporating a wedding-worthy jumpsuit into their big day, whether it be for the actual ceremony or for another item on the schedule, like a rehearsal dinner or the reception. One of the most famous ones to do so was Big Bang Theory star Kaley Cuoco, who was ahead of the trend when she wrote a lace Tadashi Shoji jumpsuit to her wedding reception in July.

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