Wedding Dress Inspiration From The Red Carpet
It’s classic, it’s elegant: Lea’s satin ivory dress by Jose Daran finishes in a slight fishtail and would suit many body shapes. Pearl studs and a slick of red lipstick completes the look.
Some might find this Gucci column dress too simple, but it’s all in the details. A gentle gathering at the waist adds interest and the drape in the skirt makes legs go forever. Take a cue from Bond girl Gemma and tie your hair back without fuss, perfect for a beach wedding.
This is a red carpet – and show-stopping wedding dress – at its best. Trust Eva to wow in this frou-frou gown with billowing train. Top with a golden tan and go minimal on the jewellery, after all the dress, and your smile, will do the talking.
If your prefer your inspiration from the 1920’s and 30’s then sit up and pay attention to Taylor’s Ralph Lauren dress. It’s flapper without being a novelty dress. Utterly romantic, especially if paired with a soft waves and red lips.
No one really expected Hermione, I mean, Emma, to step out looking so glam at the CFDA Awards in NY this year. But this one-shoulder Burberry gown with daring front split took everyone’s breath away, and will do the same at your wedding. Punk details like chunky rings and mismatched bracelets take the romance down a notch so you can match this look to your personality.
Like Gemma’s, this is a fairly minimal strapless dress, this time by Christian Dior, but here’s another way to do it. Sequins and studs sparkle at the bust, then simply layer long necklaces to vamp up the look. Dark eyes and nails are a daring choice but if you can pull it off go for it!
Who says you need to follow tradition and wear a long gown? Ashley keeps it fresh with a just-below-the-knee shift, while nude peep toe heels give her length.
The Grecian look has always been popular for the walk down the aisle and Fergie enjoyed it walking down the red carpet at the premiere of the musical Nine. Love the twisted gold belt – your accessorises don’t have to come from jewellery alone – and if you’ve got long locks consider wearing them down and free-flowing.
Which red carpet look is your favourite for a wedding, or do you prefer more traditional bridal gown?