Yam Concepcion wears PHP40,000 dress at her wedding

by Nikko Tuazon
Jul 28, 2021
Nice Print Photography, Yam Concepcion
Yam Concepcion and her New York-based boyfriend Miguel CuUnjieng wed on Saturday, July 24, 2021 (U.S. time), in a civil ceremony aboard a yacht cruising the Hudson River in the Manhattan borough of New York City. The couple plans a second wedding in the Philippines soon.
PHOTO/S: Courtesy of Nice Print Photography

ABS-CBN actress Yam Concepcion wore the cutest white dress on her wedding day in New York City.

Yam married Miguel CuUnjieng, her New York-based boyfriend of six years, in an intimate ceremony aboard a yacht with the Statue of Liberty as their backdrop last Saturday, July 24, 2021 (U.S. time).

Yam donned an elegantly simple floor-length dress with square lace neckline, short puff sleeves, and fitted bodice.

Her romantic wedding dress also had embroidered floral motifs and scalloped lace trim.

Yam Concepcion

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Her dress is from LoveShackFancy, a New York City-based womenswear line founded in 2013 by stylist and designer Rebecca Hessel Cohen.

According to the brand's website, Yam's outfit is called the "Ryan Dress." It has a price tag of USD795 or around PHP40,000.

Yam Concepcion

Yam completed her wedding look with a veiled straw hat from Angel Salgado and a pair of strappy high-heeled sandals.

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Her pet dog Tiny also served as her "flower girl."

Yam Concepcion

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Yam Concepcion and her New York-based boyfriend Miguel CuUnjieng wed on Saturday, July 24, 2021 (U.S. time), in a civil ceremony aboard a yacht cruising the Hudson River in the Manhattan borough of New York City. The couple plans a second wedding in the Philippines soon.
PHOTO/S: Courtesy of Nice Print Photography
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