Iggy Azalea

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Iggy Azalea's so fancy—we already know!—but these new bridal sketches prove she will be the ultimate glamour girl on her wedding day. 

The "Fancy" rapper gave a fans a revealing look at her upcoming marital style with a subtle Instagram shot of a sketch and fabric swatch. While a lot of details surrounding her upcoming marriage to Los Angeles Lakers player Nick Young are still concealed, this snap is a useful start to imagining Azalea's look on the big day. 

To start, we know Giorgio Armani Prive is involved in the ensemble. While we don't yet know if he's the designer of the dress, the veil or both, it does seem she'll be dawning the designer's most esteemed haute couture label. 

The selection would come as no surprise, considering the Grammy nominee has turned to Armani's label for many of her most important nights, including the 2015 Grammy Awards and most recently at the Vogue China Gala Dinner in Shanghai in a feathered periwinkle strapless gown. 

Iggy Azalea, Wedding, Hair, Gown


As for the shade, it appears we shouldn't expect any drastic color choices from the fashion chameleon. Despite her pink dip-dyed hair or eccentric red carpet ensembles, the rapper seems to be taking a much more traditional approach to being a bride. 

According to the fabric swatch in the shot, the star is opting for an ivory wedding gown to compliment her alabaster skin tone and light locks. 

Regarding her signature platinum blond tresses, the sketch in the picture suggests it will be swept up to highlight her high cheekbones and picture-perfect bone structure. 

The Australian native revealed in August that she already picked the venue, photographer and set the date, but had not yet gotten to the gown. From the looks of her social media, Azalea can finally check off arguably the most important bridal task on her to-do list.  

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