Kim Kardashian is set to marry Kanye West on May 24 in Paris and insists she's ''narrowed down'' her choice of gown for the big day.
Kim Kardashian has chosen her wedding gown.
The 'Keeping Up With The Kardashians' beauty is set to marry Kanye West - with whom she has 10-month-old daughter North - on May 24 in Paris and insists she's ''narrowed down'' her choices of dresses for the big day.
She told US Vogue: ''I tried on quite a few. [Then I] narrowed it down.''
Kim was recently spotted with a large shopping bag following a visit to Balmain's showroom in the French capital, sparking speculation she may have had a fitting ahead of her nuptials.
She was previously said to has chosen a show-stopping design and ''beyond loves'' the gown, which insiders have described as one of the world's ''elite.''
Balmain seems to be a favourite to curate Kim's wedding look after growing closer to designer Olivier Rousteing in recent months, posting numerous photos of her hanging out with him on Twitter.
Kim, 33, and Kanye, 36, who got engaged in October, allegedly tied the knot in a private ceremony in Los Angeles this weekend after securing their marriage license last week.
They were forced to legally wed in California before their romantic bash in Paris after it was revealed the French law requires a strict 40-day residency before they can get married in the country.
Meanwhile, the screen beauty was spotted at the Met Gala with her fiancé last night (05.05.14) where she opted for a blue Lanvin piece with her long hair swept to the side.
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