The Bachelor, Catherine Giudici, Dress

Courtesy: ABC; David Meister

The final rose has been handed out, but we're still buzzing about the proposal, the ring and, of course, the fab fashion from last night's Bachelor finale!

The pressure was definitely on finalists Catherine Giudici and Lindsay Yenter to turn out their most show-stopping looks yet for the final rose ceremony with bachelor Sean Lowe, and they certainly didn't disappoint! So, what does one wear on the day the man of your dreams might propose to you?

Curiously enough, each gal reached for mesmerizing metallic dresses by designer David Meister. Their fashion instincts were in keeping with leading ladies like Sofia Vergara, Diane Lane and Amy Poehler, who have turned to the Los Angeles-based designer for some pretty high profile events. Vergara wowed at the 2012 White House Correspondents dinner in his little black dress, while Lane stunned in his brilliant blue one-shoulder gown at the 2012 SAG Awards and Poehler hit the 2013 Independent Spirit Awards his body-con cap-sleeved number.

The Bachelor, Lindsay Yenter, Dress

Courtesy: ABC; David Meister

But it was a shimmering gold one-shoulder metallic knit-gown that caught the eye of Giudici. She paired her dress with open-toe, ankle strap heels and kept her accessories minimal—perhaps anticipating that a dazzling Neil Lane engagement ring was going to land on her finger!

Runner-up Yenter opted for a stunning silver lame racer back gown with beaded shoulder accents and a plunging neckline. We were a bit surprised to see each finalist don a metallic dress, which we associate with colder climes, in the tropical Thailand setting, but both Giudici and Yenter pulled their glittering Meister gowns flawlessly. 

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