With their pick of the world’s top fashion designers, showstopping starlets are the perfect place for brides-to-be to start swooning over wedding gown inspiration. We know we’re guilty of whiling away hours checking out their chic looks.
From simple cashmere to luxe lace, here are our top picks to get your search started.
The stunning supermodel enlisted the help of friend and former Dior designer John Galliano to create her shimmering 1920s-silohetted gown for her 2011 bohemian wedding to rocker Jamie Hince. A Juliet cap veil was the classic touch to complete her sparkling ensemble.
The singer and her man Alan Ferguson pulled off hipster perfection in their 2014 New Orleans nuptials, with the couple coolly opting to ride bikes together to their ceremony. Solange wore an ivory jumpsuit by Stephane Rolland and later changed into a Humberto Leon for Kenzo floor-length caped gown to say her ‘I dos’. Beyonce’s little sister accessorised her look stylishly with a pop of bright lippy, glam gold cuffs and gorgeous natural locks.
The fashion world waited with baited breath to see who the former reality star would be wearing for her wedding to model boyfriend Johannes Huebl. It was refreshing – and romantic – when Olivia chose a simple yet stunning cashmere sweater and tulle skirt for the low-key New York ceremony. A dreamy pair of Manolo Blahniks were the bride’s exquisite “something blue”.
One word: iconic. Together with MGM costume designer Helen Rose, the Hollywood beauty created a gown that inspired – and still inspires – thousands of wedding gowns. Grace broke away from royal bride tradition in her 1956 wedding to Prince Rainer III of Monaco by not wearing a tiara, instead deciding on a beaded Juliet cap veil.
You need look no further than our own local fashionista for gorgeous gown inspo. Nadia was a vision in her custom couture J’Aton gown, which was intricately handbeaded and studded for her walk down the aisle to her long-term Cats footballer beau, Jimmy. For the newlyweds’ evening soiree, Nadia got dancefloor-ready and changed into her second J’Aton dress, a romantic lace and leather Baroque encrusted sheer sheath gown.