There are no weddings on the immediate horizon, but that isn't going to come in the way of team STELLAR and their fave celeb wedding get-ups!
There’s nothing like a celeb wedding to ramp up the excitement and anticipation in lieu of that first photo. We especially love the elaborate frothy, tulle creations – you know, the kind that vomit lace, beading and Swarovski crystals all at once *insert hand clapping emoji*.
Just in case you’re in need of some bridal #dresspo, we’ve rounded up our numero uno gúnas and, tellingly, there’s not a K-Middy/McQueen pick in sight…
“I have two – Keira Knightley and Jessica Biel. I tend to like non-traditional gowns and I loved how Keira just totally did what she wanted for all aspects of her wedding day, keeping it really informal and low-key. Okay, so her dress was Chanel, but it was also something that she could easily wear again – and she has. Love it. She seems really at ease with herself, and that’s great to see.”
“Jessica went the non-trad route, too, with a flouncy gown from Giambattista Valli that was heavy on the pink. It was super-girly, very flouncy, and I loved her reasoning for it as well: “I wanted the dress to be very romantic and feminine and a shape that I very rarely wear. I’ve never been crazy about all-white wedding dresses, for me at least. It was a bit of a leap of faith at the time, but it turned out better than I could have ever imagined. [Putting it on], I felt like I’d made the right choice. I felt elegant. And it moved like a dream’.”
“For me it’s Gwen Stefani. This was the ultimate in super cool, alternative celebrity wedding dresses – at a time when everyone was conforming. The colour was so gorgeous and Galliano was THE designer to be dressed by. Gwen was – and is – such a style icon.”
“Olivia Palermo – I swoon for that cashmere number!”
“Lauren Conrad, and Yoko Ono – a bit of an odd choice I know, but John Lennon’s Mrs looked class on her wedding day! They’re both fairly elegant, without being over the top. I like Lauren and Yoko’s choices in particular because they range from the traditional idea of a wedding dress, to a more quirky, casual take on what to wear on the big day.”
“She mightn’t be that celeb-y but I just adored Lauren Santo Domingo’s wedding dress. The co-founder of Moda Operandi married her Colombian millionaire, Andres, in an Olivier Theyskens for Nini Ricci über ensemble. That image of LSD on her wedding day will never get old – for me anyway!”
“I also loved Carolyn Bessette-Kennedy’s classic, slinky Narciso Rodriguez number… go figure.”
“I loveMillie Mackintosh’s dress for its sweet lace neck and sleeves which work so well with the overflow silk skirt – vintage/boho but brilliantly elegant.”
“Chrissy Teigen – a fitted bodice up top, and a big, flouncy princess skirt on the bottom. What’s not to love?!”
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