Randy Says: Best Dresses for Star Brides
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On TLC’s Randy to the Rescue, Randy Fenoli (you also know him from Say Yes to the Dress) has the very tricky job of finding the perfect wedding gown for some very picky (and very opinionated) brides. So PEOPLE put Fenoli to the test, asking him to choose five dresses for five very different celebrity brides. Click through to see his picks – and let us know if you agree with them!
For , Fenoli recommends Rivini’s “Paulette” dress, a French tulle and silk organza gown with sprinkled crystal confetti. “That crystal confetti is a modern twist on beading that is both unexpected and beautiful,” he says.
Fenoli believes Elizabeth Fillmore’s “Arabelle” gown, a lacy confection with cap sleeves and a keyhole back, “reflects mothering nature while not hiding how sexy of a woman she is,” he explains. “It’s a nod to the traditional with a dramatic back and split train that reflects her high-fashion sensibilities.”
For a young bride like , Fenoli recommends Lazaro’s ivory lace organza wave bridal gown, which features a corseted lace bodice and chapel-length train. “Miley likes to show off her sexy side,” Fenoli says. “This will show off Miley’s curves, and the strapless sweetheart neckline will also allow her the movement to enjoy her reception.” For modesty, he recommends adding a matching bolero jacket (pictured), to “add a dramatic flair.”
A Pnina Tornai corset gown with a sweetheart neckline, full tulle ball skirt and Swarovski embellishments is just perfect for the Princess of Poughkeepsie, according to Fenoli. “Pnina’s dresses are fantasy become reality,” he says. “This gown will flatter Snooki’s figure and transform her into a princess – fitting for reality television royalty.”
A high-fashion bride like deserves a chic creation, like this Lazaro ivory beaded silk georgette slip dress with a soft A-line skirt and chapel-length train. “I think it will complement her delicate features,” Fenoli says. “The panels on the skirt give the dress beautiful movement without being overpowering for her small frame. It reflects her feminine and romantic side.”