Lifestyle Style What Will Jennifer Aniston Wear on Her Wedding Day? She has the groom, she has the rock, she has the date – but what about the gown? See the dresses we think the star should've chosen from By Zoe Ruderman Published on March 4, 2013 11:00 AM Share Tweet Pin Email 01 of 07 THE BRIDE McCarten/PictureGroup Considering how low-key and Justin Theroux have stayed throughout their romance, we don’t expect that her wedding gown was over-the-top, either. We’re betting she stuck with simple and classic, featuring just a touch of her sexy-boho style. 02 of 07 CALVIN KLEIN COLLECTION This minimalist creation has all the traits Jennifer seems to look for in gowns: a fitted silhouette, a classic yet cleavage-flaunting neckline and an unadorned style that makes the perfect canvas for a great blowout and major accessories (her engagement ring being one of them). 03 of 07 THEIA The actress loves to spend time by the shore, and if she tied the knot oceanside, this beaded tank dress would be just right for the occasion, with its mix of beachy appeal and Hollywood glamour. (And don’t forget: She went with beading for her first wedding.) 04 of 07 MONIQUE LHUILLIER While she normally opts for body-con, Jennifer wowed everyone when she arrived at the Oscars in a voluminous strapless Valentino. So we wouldn’t be shocked if she exchanged vows in something with a similarly major skirt like this one by the iconic bridal gown designer. 05 of 07 VERA WANG No bride can go wrong with Vera. Especially if the Vera in question is the one-shoulder “Evelyn” dress, a Grecian-inspired draped design that would look killer on the actress’s toned body. 06 of 07 PRONOVIAS Speaking of Jen’s body, we can totally envision her selecting a gown with a thigh-grazing slit to show off her amazing legs. This Pronovias confection would do the trick, plus it incorporates romantic lace in an unexpected, Aniston-esque way. 07 of 07 DIOR HAUTE COUTURE Will Jennifer join the ranks of Hollywood ladies who arrive at the altar in pink? We wouldn’t put it past the nontraditional bride-to-be to choose a dress by one of her favored designers featuring tiny blush-colored floral details.