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You Can Now Buy David Beckham’s Ridiculously Stylish Royal Wedding Outfit

Bonus: It was also Kim Jones' debut look from his new role as Dior Homme's artistic director.
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At Prince Harry and Meghan Markle's wedding last month, the Beckhams showed up looking like full-on snacks. Meals, even. They were stylish, they were modern, they were beautiful rays of light shining through the heavily watched ceremony. And now, us commoners have a chance to own the clothes they wore that day. The couple is giving away the outfits to support the We Love Manchester Emergency Fund, started after the attacks on the city last year.

The effort is a partnership with Omaze, the online fundraising platform running this particular show. Here's how it works: Head to the Beckhams' Omaze page. Enter to win the outfits by donating your preferred amount. (The more you donate, the more entries you get, and the higher your chances are of being selected.) Then, just hope your name gets picked. Either way, the money collected is donated to helping survivors of the 2017 attacks. 

And not only is the Beckhams' cause a good one, but the outfits that are up for grabs are also pretty historic. David Beckham was wearing Dior Homme—more specifically, designer Kim Jones' debut as the artistic director of the brand. Victoria was wearing a piece from her own upcoming collection. That makes both of these 'fits pretty invaluable. It's the Beckhams' world, after all—we're just living in it.

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This story originally appeared on Esquire.com. Minor edits have been made by the Esquiremag.ph editors.

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