Who’s your celebrity wedding dress inspiration? We couldn’t decided so we made a top 6!
Who’s your celebrity bridal idol?
Whether it’s classic Kate Middleton or boho Bianca Jagger, you can channel her with our pick of the best copycat dresses… We adore a good celebrity wedding dress so we’ve picked six of the best for you to choose from!
It’s officially the most photographed wedding dress of all time, so you’ll probably be very familiar with The Duchess’ Chantilly lace Alexander McQueen gown. It reignited our love of lace and long sleeves and spawned copycat creations from almost every bridal designer imaginable.
Kate Moss sets a trend with every new outfit she dons, and her John Galliano wedding dress was no exception. It was soft, bohemian and dreamlike and had a Daisy Buchanan edge with its slinky silhouette and the 1920s Juliette cap veil.
Gwen Stefani, the ultimate rock and roll bride, started a colour revolution when she stepped out in her dip-dyed John Galliano wedding dress. Since her big day in September 2012 celebrities like Anne Hathaway, Reese Witherspoon and Jessica Biel have all ditched the traditional white wedding dress to become blushing brides, following in Gwen’s punky pink footsteps.
What woman doesn’t want to be Carrie Bradshaw? Especially in that outstanding Vivienne Westwood wedding dress the character wore in the first Sex and the City movie. With cascading satin tiers and a flamboyant voluminous bubble hem, the dress was high fashion perfection, topped off with that spectacular blue feather headpiece. We don’t think we’ll ever forgive Mr Big for jilting her at the altar.
Despite being one of the world’s most iconic wedding dresses, Audrey Hepburn’s Givenchy bridal gown was ironically never worn at a wedding. The actress donned the fifties style tea-length creation for her film role in Funny Face back in 1957. It’s now one of the most imitated wedding dress styles and remains a favourite amongst vintage brides everywhere.
The infamous unconventional bride, when she tied the knot with the Rolling Stones frontman, Bianca Jagger decided to say ‘I don’t’ to the traditional white wedding dress. Bianca instead opted for a customised cleavage baring white Yves Saint Laurent Le Smoking Jacket over a billowing maxi skirt and finished her look with a floppy white hat and veil.
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