Kate Middleton and Prince William got hitched today. Did you watch? Did you cry? Did you even care? Anyway, the most important part of this wedding (nay, any wedding) is the gown. The Duchess of Cambridge wore a dress by Sarah Burton, artistic director of Alexander McQueen, with a v-neck and lace long sleeves. (Hopefully, this will put a dent in the overplayed strapless gown market.) SFist asked StyleBistro Managing Editor Chloe Harris for her thoughts on Middleton's frock. Harris tells us: "Alexander McQueen was the rare genius who could make a gown both majestic and cutting-edge, so I was secretly hoping for a McQueen design. For me, Kate Middeton's gown lacked a bit of that raw but intricate drama that I love so much from McQueen, but I think Sarah Burton did a wonderful job of toeing the line between Kate's brand of simple chic and the majesty required of a royal wedding. It was a gown fit for a modern Grace Kelly."

What are your thoughts on this morning's royal wedding attire, lowly commoners?