What Gown Will Star Brides Wear?
Jessica could turn to her go-to gown designer, Carolina Herrera, for a modern silhouette, or really take the plunge in a show-stopping number from Jenny Packham.
The star could go for a glam-goddess style from close friend Alber Elbaz at Lanvin, or drape her post-baby figure in a simply romantic gown from Temperley London.
A Dolce & Gabbana fan, Kate could pick one of their dreamy white dresses, or stroll down a beach at sunset in Valentino’s lovely rose-colored, tiered confection.
The asymmetrical neckline and high slit give this Oscar de la Renta dress an interesting twist, while a petal-strewn Monique Lhuillier ball gown could be the perfect mix of traditional and fashion-forward for the Twilight star.
She called herself a horrible fiancée in 2009 for procrastinating on wedding planning to longtime love Darren Le Gallo, but the May 2010 birth of daughter Aviana put things on hold even further. Now, with fabulous body after baby, Amy could walk down the aisle in a glamorous, form-fitting dress, like she favors on red carpets.
A kimono-inspired, polka-dotted Carolina Herrera could give the Enchanted star a sweetly whimsical look, or she could dazzle her guests in an embroidered Reem Acra that would look great on the dance floor.
Longtime Marchesa fan Molly would stun in this illusion-neckline gown from the line that seems made for her statuesque figure, or she could be pretty as a picture in this softly draped Lela Rose dress.
She recently said she was down to six potential gowns for her January wedding in the Caribbean to baseball player Brad Penny, so let’s try to help her narrow it down to two! The Dancing with the Stars pro loves to show off her flawless figure in short dresses and plunging necklines, so a glam look that dares to bare might be just the thing.
The jeweled neckline on this Pnina Tornai for Kleinfeld evening gown would echo her jaw-dropping 4.5-carat ring and the feathered shrug is perfect for a winter wedding; a lacy, corseted Monique Lhuillier mini is a must for getting down on the dance floor!
Kevan Hall’s gathered, appliquéd dress is a sweet and unpredictable pick that would let her move with her daughter, while a flowing Reem Acra gown with subtle sparkle and floral detailing would photograph beautifully in the California sunshine.
Perennial bridal fave Vera Wang has concocted an ethereal, ruched and layered mermaid-silhouette gown that would look amazing in motion – or she could go for a red-carpet look in this gloriously glittery Monique Lhuillier.
Lots of lace, an off-the-shoulder design and a trumpet silhouette would flatter the model’s tall, slender figure, or she could go more simple and beachy in a sweetheart-neckline gown.