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SIMPLE & SEXY
Appropriate for a mother of six, yet still sultry, this Temperley “Arianna” gown would flatter slim figure and appeal to her fashion fixation with elegant simplicity.
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Asymmetrical is the name of the style game for Angie, so no one would be surprised if she decided to walk down the aisle baring an arm in this slinky Nicole Miller creation.
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BACK TO BAD GIRL
“She’s still a bad girl,” recently said of his bride-to-be, who may choose to play up that side in a plunging, clinging, cleavage-baring number by one of her favored designers, Jenny Packham.
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She’s worn plenty of pantsuits on the red carpet, so would you really be shocked if Angelina went with a similar look – like this THEIA design featuring oversize lapels and wide-leg trousers – for her big day?
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Angelina is practically Hollywood royalty, so it’s not hard to imagine her in an ethereal, princess-worthy Carolina Herrera frock similar to this one. With its flutter sleeves and intricate ribbon belt, the future Mrs. Pitt would surely set off a flurry of copycats.
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ALL DRESSED IN BLACK?
It’s not leather pants (which she wore to her first wedding) but a nontraditional Lazaro gown – with a subtle sweetheart neckline and a peplum – is certainly in keeping with Angelina and Brad’s equally nontraditional relationship.
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IN THE NUDE
Also a nontraditional bridal gown, but slightly less jaw-dropping, Vera Wang’s gorgeous “Jane” confection in a soft beige hue boasts a one-shoulder, mermaid silhouette and asymmetrical gathering that has the actress’s name all over it.
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LOOSE & LOVELY
Lately, Angelina has been partial to dresses that nip at the waist but don’t hug her curves, so this strapless creation with lace detailing (seen on the Pronovias runway) might very well be the type of style she goes for.
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Marchesa has been the name on many fashionistas’ lips when predicting Angelina’s wedding gown. And she’d look stunning in this ultra-simple, illusion-neckline number from the line created by British designers Georgina Chapman and Keren Craig.
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