And find out how you can buy it, too!
Alexis Bledel at the Gilmore Girls: A Year In the Life premiere red carpet
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Will it be Dean, Jess, or Logan-or none of the above? Just in case everyone's favorite smart girl, Rory Gilmore, decides to walk down the aisle in the new Gilmore Girls reboot, Gilmore Girls: A Year In the Life (coming to Netflix November 25), one bridal brand designed a wedding dress inspired by Alexis Bledel's character. And you can buy it, too!

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Rory Gilmore wedding dress by Floravere
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"Just like Rory (an Ivy Leaguer who loves The Pixies), Floravere's R. Gilmore curve-hugging strapless gown is the iconoclast's take on tradition," the first-ever direct-to-consumer bridal brand tells us. And it certainly seems like a Rory-worthy dress, with individually embroidered flowers adding romance and texture to a glamorous strapless sweetheart silhouette. "This gown honors the woman who embraces tradition but adds her own wit, sass, and warmth to it. This gown honors the Rory in all of us!"

Rory Gilmore wedding dress by Floravere
Credit: Courtesy of Floravere

The best part? You can order the $3,390 dress yourself, and it's completely customizable-as are all of Floravere's designs. Change the train length, the color, and the waistline until they're just right for you and your groom's own four final words ("I do, I do").

Floravere, Founded by Molly Kang, will deliver samples of the wedding gowns you choose online directly to your doorstep to streamline your wedding dress-shopping experience. Yep, that means you can try them on at home (perhaps while drinking coffee and binge-watching Gilmore Girls), and within 3-4 months, you'll receive your custom dress made-to-order by alumni artisans from the ateliers of Monique Lhuillier, Dior, Zac Posen, and Reem Acra.

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All three actors who played Rory's boyfriends are set to reprise their roles, but who knows if the character will get hitched in the four 90-minute episodes. Back in May, an Instagram photo of a prop marked "Wedding" on the set of the revival sparked rumors, but personally, we're still rooting for Lorelai and Luke's big day.


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