Peyton Manning has always been a big fan of high-fashion, and when he was asked about it on stage at the 2013 ESPYs he said it made him feel “super happy.”
In addition to his wedding dress, Manning also had his signature “Dramatic Wedding Dress” created to honor his late mother and his late sister, Dottie, who he married in 2015.
It was the second year for the Grammy Award-winning singer to create a new piece of fashion for his late brother, who died in November 2015 at age 44.
In his speech, Manning talked about the importance of fashion, saying that fashion has “changed so much in the last 50 years.”
He also talked about his sister, who would have celebrated her 40th birthday at his house on June 2.
The Grammy-winning star said that he would be “losing my breath” if he wasn’t able to share some of his family memories.
“When you’re in the middle of it, you can’t imagine how much it means,” he said.
“So I would just be losing my breath if I wasn’t.
It’s not something I can put into words.”
When asked about the dress’s popularity, Manning said that his mom and sister had been “proud” of the gown and had “done their best to be perfect.”
“They had a big celebration at my house, but it was a really special night,” Manning said.
The “Drama Dress” was inspired by the couple’s favorite movie, “Diary of a Wimpy Kid,” and the fact that Dotties parents had been working on a wedding gown together for years.
The wedding dress is made from a 100 percent cotton polyester and comes with a matching satin bodice, waistline and skirt.
It was designed by Michael Oher and cost $1,800.
The dress was made in New York by the designer Hedi Slimane, who was also responsible for the dress for Manning’s father, Tony.
It is also available for $1 a pop on eBay.
Manning’s mother, Diana, and his sister Dottys mother, Lizzie, also worked on the gown.