When Ivanka Trump tied the knot with Jared Kushner in 2009, she turned to none other than Vera Wang, perhaps one of the most famous modern-day wedding dress designers in the world. The result was a gown perfectly befitting of a Trump — opulent, elegant, and, yes, rich. Back then (waaayyy back in 2009), we didn't see many wedding dresses with sleeves, but Ivanka was intent on re-creating the regal gown that Princess Grace Kelly wore to wed Prince Rainier III of Monaco in 1956. Crafted in various shades of white and a skirt made from three layers of lace (including Lyon and Chantilly), the gown definitely harkened back to a majestic, royally chic style. The gorgeous lace sleeves — which were added because the groom is Orthodox and Ivanka had just converted — seemed to be a welcome change for Vera Wang, who was happy to oblige. The designer told The New York Times that Ivanka was very much about being covered, and she "seized on the chance to do a dress that wasn't naked." When asked about the possibility of a sleeve resurgence on wedding gowns, Vera added, "Nothing would make me happier. I've been doing strapless dresses for 15 years. It's tiring." We think it's safe to say that the trend is back in a big way.